Screening Tests

 

The Oasis Place Screening Tests are quick online tools for individuals, parents and educators to help you decide if you would like to seek professional assessment and treatment. Screening tests are not formal diagnostic tools.

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Screener


Autism refers to a broad range of conditions characterised by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech and nonverbal communication. This screener covers many of the varied signs and symptoms of an individual with ASD. PLEASE NOTE: Screeners are not formal assessment tools. Screeners are a simplified snapshot of an individual’s condition to determine if professional assessment is needed.


Toddler

The Modified Checklist for Autism in Toddlers, Revised (M-CHAT-R) is a screener that will ask a series of 20 questions about your child’s behavior. It's intended for toddlers between 16 and 30 months of age.

Child

A quick referral guide for parents to complete about a child aged 4-11 years with suspected autism who does not have a learning disability.


Adolescent

A quick referral guide for parents to complete about a teenager aged 12-15 years old with suspected autism who does not have a learning disability.

Adult

A quick referral guide for adults with suspected autism who do not have a learning disability.

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Screening Tool


ADHD includes a combination of persistent problems including difficulty sustaining attention, hyperactivity and impulsive behaviour. This screener covers many of the varied signs and symptoms of an individual with ADHD. PLEASE NOTE: Screeners are not formal assessment tools. Screeners are a simplified snapshot of an individual’s condition to determine if professional assessment is needed.


Child

Finding it hard to focus? Constantly on the move? Rate the following statements to see if your child may be suffering from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.

Adult

Finding it hard to focus? Constantly on the move? Rate the following statements to see if you may be suffering from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.

Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dysgraphia Screener


Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dysgraphia Screener

Learning difficulties can come in many forms such as challenges with reading, writing and mathematics. This screener covers many of the varied signs and symptoms of an individual with a Learning Difficulty. PLEASE NOTE: Screeners are not formal assessment tools. Screeners are a simplified snapshot of an individual’s condition to determine if professional assessment is needed.

Sensory Processing Checklist


Sensory Processing Checklist

Sensory Processing refers to the way the nervous system receives messages from the senses and turns them into appropriate motor and behavioral responses. This screener covers many of the varied signs and symptoms of an individual with Sensory Processing difficulties. PLEASE NOTE: Screeners are not formal assessment tools. Screeners are a simplified snapshot of an individual’s condition to determine if professional assessment is needed.

Depression Anxiety Stress Scale Screener


Depression Anxiety Stress Scale Screener

This screener is suitable for adolescents and adults. When we are feeling overwhelmed, we may not be able to accurately identify how we are feeling. This screener helps you differentiate if you are feeling depressed, anxious, stressed or something else. PLEASE NOTE: Screeners are not formal assessment tools. Screeners are a simplified snapshot of an individual’s condition to determine if professional assessment is needed.

Executive Functioning Screener


Executive Functioning involves a wide range of skills, including organisation, working memory, attention and self-control. This screener covers many of the varied signs and symptoms of an individual with Executive Functioning difficulties. PLEASE NOTE: Screeners are not formal assessment tools. Screeners are a simplified snapshot of an individual’s condition to determine if professional assessment is needed.


Child

Does your child often forget where they placed their belongings? Do they have a hard time retaining information? Do they seem disorganised during tasks? Do their actions and decisions appear to be impulsive? They might be experiencing challenges with their executive functioning.

The following screener can help indicate if challenges your child may be experiencing may be attributed to executive functioning. Please check the answer that best describes your child.

Adult

Do you find yourself constantly running late? Do you frequently forget where you place your belongings? Do you miss deadlines and appointments? If these scenarios are familiar to you, you might be experiencing challenges with your executive functioning. The following screener can help indicate if challenges you may be experiencing mat be attributed to executive functioning.

Speech and Language Milestones


Speech and language difficulties can include communication problems involving hearing, speech, language and fluency. This screener covers many of the varied signs and symptoms of an individual with a Speech & Language difficulty. PLEASE NOTE: Screeners are not formal assessment tools. Screeners are a simplified snapshot of an individual’s condition to determine if professional assessment is needed.


Toddler (0-5 Years)

Learn more about the expected speech, language and hearing development milestones for your child. It is important to remember that children develop at their own rate. These charts tell you when most children who speak only one language will reach each milestone. You may want to seek help if your child does not meet most of the skills by the time he/she reaches the top of the age range.

Child (6-11 Years)

Use this information as a guide to learn about the speech and language skills your child should be demonstrating by the end of his/her school year. It is important to remember that children develop at their own rate. You may want to seek help of your child does not meet most of the skills by the time he/she completes the school year.

Adolescent (12-18)

Learn about the expected communication milestones for your teenager. When viewing the development information in the table, it is important to remember that, the pace of development in communication can differ from individual to individual. There can also be differences in the way language develops and the style of communication preferred by the individual. You may want to seek help if you have concerns about any of your teenager’s communication abilities.