Parent Checklist Results

Articulation (Pronunciation)

Your Results: Low Risk

If child is younger than 24 months, screen again after second birthday. No further action required unless surveillance indicates risk for ASD.

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Your Results: Medium Risk

Administer the Follow-Up (second stage of M-CHAT-R/F) to get additional information about at-risk responses. If M-CHAT-R/F score remains at 2 or higher, the child has screened positive. Action required: refer child for diagnostic evaluation and eligibility evaluation for early intervention. If score on Follow-Up is 0-1, child has screened negative. No further action required unless surveillance indicates risk for ASD. Child should be rescreened at future well-child visits.

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Your Results: High Risk

It is acceptable to bypass the Follow-Up and refer immediately for diagnostic evaluation and eligibility evaluation for early intervention.

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Question Breakdown

Does your child have challenges with specific speech sounds?
Your Solution: No
Does your child have challenges with specific speech sounds?
Your Solution: Yes
Do you notice any social effects for your child?
Your Solution: No
Do you notice any social effects for your child?
Your Solution: Yes
Does your child have difficulty with receptive language, or understanding language in his or her environment?
Your Solution: No
Does your child have difficulty with receptive language, or understanding language in his or her environment?
Your Solution: Yes
Does your child have difficulty with expressive language, or communicating with others (verbally and/or nonverbally)?
Your Solution: No
Does your child have difficulty with expressive language, or communicating with others (verbally and/or nonverbally)?
Your Solution: Yes
About what percent of your child’s speech do you and other family members understand?
Your Solution: 75% And Above
About what percent of your child’s speech do you and other family members understand?
Your Solution: 50% And Below
About what percent of your child’s speech do unfamiliar listeners understand?
Your Solution: 75% And Above
About what percent of your child’s speech do unfamiliar listeners understand?
Your Solution: 50% And Below