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ASD / ADHD  Screening

Do you wonder if you really are autistic or an ADHDer?


If you're curious, take a few screening tests and bring the results to us for a free consult. We care about YOU more than a test result but this can be a way to start our conversation.​

With that said, please be aware that these screening tests:

  • are limited in depth and scope,

  • may limit the amount that you learn about yourself,

  • fall short of a in-depth assessment (which we can offer), and

  • are never a replacement for the care of a caring and well-trained clinician.

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Autism Screenings

  • This screening questionnaire is designed to identify behaviors and abilities in women that are associated with autism.

  • A total score of greater than 56 indicates a high level of autistic traits; sensitive to 80% of cases.

  • The CAT-Q measures the level of Autistic camouflaging (masking, social compensation, and assimilation). 

  • Identifies Autistic individuals who do not meet diagnostic criteria for autism on other tests due to masking autistic traits. 

  • Risk: Factors other than Autism may cause a person to have a high masking score; therefore, CAT-Q may have a higher rate of false positives. 

  • After testing, you will receive an email. Please forward that email to your assigned Assessment Professional.

The most common screener for Autism. Based on 50 questions. Score is based on the number of Autistic traits.  

  • Created for autistic adults without co-occurring intellectual disabilities. 

  • Less effective at screening those with highly developed masking skills and autistic individuals who are extroverted and/or imaginative.

  • Scoring:

    • a result of 26 or higher (50 points total) indicates the possibility of Asperger’s

    • 80% of autistic people score 32 or higher

    • Most non-autistic males score 17 on average

    • Most non-autistic females score 15 on average

This 60-item questionnaire is designed to measure empathy in adults. 

  • a result of 30 or below indicates the possibility of Asperger’s

  • 81% of people previously designated Asperger syndrome score 30 or lower

  • Most non-autistic males score 42 on average

  • Most non-autistic females score 47 on average

ADHD Screenings

  • If you score 54-72, that means you answered "Often" or "Very Often" to most of the questions and should pursue a formal diagnosis as there is a possibility that you may be experiencing symptoms of ADHD. 

  • Focus on Inattentive ADHD (not hyperactivity)​

  • ​If you score 45-60, that means you answered "Often" or "Very Often" to most of the questions and should pursue a formal diagnosis as there is a possibility that you may be experiencing symptoms of Inattentive ADHD. 

  • 0-20     ADHD unlikely

  • 20-39   Attention Deficit Disorder Possible

  • 40+       Attention Deficit Disorder Likely

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Sensory Screenings

When your brain is impacted by sensory processing issues, the brain is unable to arrange and correctly process information from your senses. It feels like a traffic jam inside your head. 

Typically, our mind processes all the information about our environment. After our brain processes the inputs, it allows us to respond in productive way

If you feel like you're struggling with the sensory traffic jam in your head, let us help.

Our clinicians would be glad to administer the Sensory Process Measure (SPM-2), a formal assessment tool. You can read more about it at this link.


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For more screeners,
please visit our sister site Adult Autism Assessments.

Our clinicians can help you pursue an in depth assessment if that is desired.

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