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Asperger Syndrome Diagnostic Scale

ASDS
  • Stacy Jones-Bock
  • Brenda Smith Myles
  • Richard L. Simpson
Quickly identify children who might have Asperger Syndrome

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  • Kits

    Starter & complete kits, print & digital

    1 option

    from 200,40 $
  • Test forms & reports

    Booklets, record forms, answer sheets, report usages & subscriptions

    1 option

    from 102,50 $
  • Support materials

    Manuals, stimulus books, replacement items & other materials

    1 option

    from 103,80 $
  • All products

    All tests & materials offered for ASDS

    3 options

    from 102,50 $
- of 3 results
  • ASDS Complete Kit in box
    9350DR Qualification Level A

    Includes Examiner's Manual, 50 Summary/Response Forms

    In stock 200,40 $

    1-4 200,40 $
    5-9 190,38 $
    10-24 180,36 $
    25-50 170,34 $
    51+ 160,32 $
    Savings are estimated
  • ASDS Summary/Response Form
    9352DR Qualification Level A

    Pkg of 50

    In stock 102,50 $

    1-4 102,50 $
    5-9 97,38 $
    10-24 92,25 $
    25-50 87,13 $
    51+ 82,00 $
    Savings are estimated
  • ASDS: Manual
    9351DR Qualification Level A

    In stock 103,80 $

    1-4 103,80 $
    5-9 98,61 $
    10-24 93,42 $
    25-50 88,23 $
    51+ 83,04 $
    Savings are estimated

Overview

Publication date:
2000
Age range:
5 to 18 Years
Scores/Interpretation:
Standard Scores, Percentiles
Qualification level:
A
Scoring options:
Hand-scoring
Administration Format:
Paper-and-pencil

Product Details

The Asperger Syndrome Diagnostic Scale (ASDS) is a quick, easy-to-use rating scale that can help you determine whether an individual has Asperger Syndrome. Anyone who knows a child or youth well can complete this scale. Parents, teachers, siblings, para-educators, speech -language pathologists, psychologists, psychiatrists, and other professionals can answer the 50 yes/no items in 10 to 15 minutes. The instrument provides an AS Quotient that reveals the likelihood that an individual has Asperger Syndrome. The 50 items that constitute the ASDS were drawn from five specific areas of behaviour: cognitive, maladaptive, language, social, and sensorimotor.

  • Five subtest scores provide comparative information. The total score identifies individuals with Asperger Syndrome.
  • Use the test to document behavioural progress as a result of intervention or to target goals on the student's IEP.