This "Childhood Autism Evaluation Form" is not meant to diagnose a child, merely to point out areas of possible concern in order for a parent, teacher or administrator to respond accordingly, and seek out professional advice. There are four layers of indicators included in this evaluation:
1. The Evaluation which is based on the World Health organization's diagnostic criteria. Areas of concern are indicated with high scores, with brackets to complete with appropriate treatments as needed.
2. Areas of concern can be compared to a chart of possible diagnosis.
3. Eleven established treatment options approved by "The National Standards Report" as evidenced by the (N.A.C.P.) "National Autism Center Project" are presented as possible treatments, based on the assessed needs of the child.
4. The "How To Select and Implement" 2 - 3 choices of appropriate treatments is outlined in an easy to follow chart.