(GADS) Gilliam Asperger's Disorder Scale

By James E. Gilliam

(GADS) Gilliam Asperger's Disorder Scale

Benefits

Discriminates people with Asperger's from those with autism or other disorders, providing documentation needed for an Asperger's diagnosis

Ages

3 to 22 years

Admin Time

5-10 minutes

Format

Behavior rating scale completed by parents or professionals

Norms

Based on a sample of 371 representative subjects with Asperger's Disorder

Publish Date

2001

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GADS Kit

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Includes Manual; 25 Summary/Response Booklets

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GADS Summary/Response Booklets (Pack of 25)

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GADS Manual

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GADS Manual CE Materials

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Includes Questionnaire and Evaluation Form. To receive 2 continuing education (CE) credits for mastering the GADS Manual (EM-134B, sold separately), complete and return these materials.

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(GADS) Gilliam Asperger's Disorder Scale

(GADS) Gilliam Asperger's Disorder Scale

BY JAMES E. GILLIAM

The GADS is a norm-referenced assessment used to evaluate individuals whose behavior suggests that they may have Asperger’s Disorder. It effectively discriminates people with Asperger’s from those with autism or other problems.

The scale includes 32 items describing specific, observable, measurable behaviors. These items are divided into four subscales: Social Interaction, Restricted Patterns of Behavior, Cognitive Patterns, and Pragmatic Skills. An eight-item Parent Interview is also provided to help evaluate developmental delays.

In addition to diagnosis, the GADS can be used to monitor the effectiveness of intervention, identify objectives for IEPs, and assess behavior for research purposes.

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