Asperger’s Syndrome Test

Does your child show difficulties in executing conversations with others and understanding body language? Does your child shows rigid interest in any specific object and repeatedly ask to maintain the same routine every day? Does your child show repetitive behavior such as hand or finger flapping or peculiar body movements? Take this online Asperger’s Syndrome Test to know if your child has Asperger-related symptoms.

Please note: This test is a self-assessment and not a diagnostic test.

What Is Asperger’s Syndrome?

Asperger’s Syndrome is a neurological disorder that is considered to be a part of the autism spectrum. It is characterized by repetitive, restricted patterns of behavior and deficits in social interaction and non-verbal communication. Asperger’s Syndrome is different from other disorders in the autism spectrum as it does not involve cognitive and language deficits.

Some experts believe that Asperger’s Syndrome is caused by changes in the brain, however, research is still underway. Apart from genetics, being exposed to environmental toxins such as viruses or chemicals as well as exposure to air pollutants might also contribute to the development of Asperger’s.

It’s also believed that boys tend to get diagnosed 4 times more with this syndrome than girls. However, according to some research, this is because autistic girls mostly get underdiagnosed or they might be better protected genetically.

Read More About Asperger’s Syndrome Here

Below is our free ASPERGER’S SYMPTOMS CHECKLIST to help you find out if your child has Asperger’s symptoms.

Instructions For Taking Asperger’s Syndrome Test Online

A list of statements are mentioned below in this Asperger’s test that relates to life experiences common among people who have Asperger’s syndrome. Please read each statement carefully, and indicate how often you have observed the same or similar signs in your child in the past few months.

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