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Help in Scoring My Son's Gilliam Asperger's Disorder Scale

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Hi.  I've been given a Gilliam Asperger's Disorder Scale questionnaire to fill out on behalf of my son.  I've got it done, however we have a long wait until we see the psychologist again for scoring.  I'm wondering if anyone out there has the manual and would mind scoring it for me.  My anxiousness is killing me.  :(  

 

If so, his score summary is below.  I just need the raw scores converted into standard scores, along with the percentile rank and Asperger's Disorder Quotients.  Thanks in advance so much to anyone who responds... 

 

Social Interaction-- Raw Score: 17  

Restricted Patterns of Behavior-- Raw Score:  9

Cognitive Patterns-- Raw Score:  12

Pragmatic Skill-- Raw Score:  6

 

Age-- 6.8

post #2 of 7

I don't have a manual.  Sorry.  :(

post #3 of 7

Are those your totals of the 0-1-2-3 ratings for each section? If so, that gives a total raw score of 44. I just did this yesterday with my dd's doctor. Her raw score was 89, which put her in the high-probable range for Aspergers. (The higher the score, the great the probability of Aspergers.) She was actually officially diagnosed yesterday.

 

Hope that helps some. 

post #4 of 7

I found a copy online.  At the very bottom, it looks like if you have scores in the 80+ range, you are likely looking at Asperger's.  44 seems a bit ambiguous.

 

A more informal way of looking at it, is if you have mostly 3s, then you are likely looking at Asperger's, especially in the area of Pragmatics.
 

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I found a copy online.  At the very bottom, it looks like if you have scores in the 80+ range, you are likely looking at Asperger's.  44 seems a bit ambiguous.

A more informal way of looking at it, is if you have mostly 3s, then you are likely looking at Asperger's, especially in the area of Pragmatics.

 

Could you please post a link to this?
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Thank you so much-  have preliminary diagnosis for my son but nothing definiitve. This will help a lot.  Appreciate you posting this!

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