• 1 Step 1 Reading
  • 2 Step 2 Writing
  • 3 Step 3 Memory
  1. Do you often find yourself re-reading sentences to understand them?

  1. How often do you confuse similar-looking words while reading?

  1. Do you struggle to pronounce new words when reading out loud?

  1. How often do you find reading aloud to be challenging?

  1. Do you tend to avoid reading for pleasure because it feels strenuous?
  1. How frequently do you make spelling errors while writing?

  1. Do you find it difficult to organize your thoughts in writing?

  1. How often do you mix up letters within words when writing?

  1. Do you struggle with handwriting, finding it slow or laborious?
  1. Do you have difficulty remembering phone numbers or common lists?

  1. How often do you struggle with following sequences or instructions?

  1. Do you find it challenging to remember the spelling of words?

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The DSM-5 is a research-backed manual that integrates findings from a vast body of scientific studies on mental health disorders, including Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Its development involved an extensive review of the literature, contributions from hundreds of experts worldwide, and comprehensive field trials to validate its diagnostic criteria. This rigorous process ensures that the DSM-5 reflects the latest understanding of mental health conditions, their classification, and diagnosis, making it a reliable resource for clinicians. The inclusion of Autism / ASD within the DSM-5 is grounded in decades of research into the condition's nature, symptoms, and variations, ensuring that diagnostic criteria are evidence-based and capable of guiding effective assessment and intervention strategies.
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