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Q.1
Was your child a “late talker?" *

Q.2
Does your child use fewer words than other children his age? *

Q.3
Does your child say “stuff” or “things” instead of using specific words, even if she’s referring to a common object? *

Q.4
Does your child say words out of order or leave words out entirely when speaking? *

Q.5
Does your child get frustrated when speaking or complain that no one understands what she’s trying to say? *

Q.6
Does your child use words incorrectly, seemingly without noticing? *

Q.7
Does your child seem disinterested when other people are talking, rarely asking questions or making follow-up comments? *

Q.8
Does your child seem to ignore directions he’s given or skip one or more steps? *

Q.9
Does your child wait to start working until he sees what the children around him are doing? *

Q.10
Does your child ever mix up common question words like “How,” “Why,” and “Where?” For example, if you ask her what she’s doing, does she ever respond with “Fine?” *

Q.11
Does your child ask you to repeat yourself? *

Q.12
Does your child repeat himself during conversation, seemingly without noticing? *

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