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    Default The PDD assessment scale/screening questionnaire

    Is this some thing that is widely used? Does any one know any more about it?

    http://www.childbrain.com/pddassess.html

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    My paediatrician has just used it on my two girls for me and it was SIMILAR but not the same. It was connected to a database for him to view the answers straight away (i did it online from home). He will now get the girls teachers/child carers to do the same thing. Ours was very similar but a bit more indepth. I did use this to get an indication though before I got his scale and the outcome was very similar. So I think you COULD use it (with caution) to demonstrate concern but most specialists will then use their own assessment tools based on state requirements.


 

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