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Disorder Identification Tool

Beta Version

This is not a tool for diagnosis, it is a way to help you identify and suggest what disorder you or someone else may have. It is only a guide and accuracy is in no way guaranteed.

Please complete the entire questionnaire, answering all questions (questions with only one tick box may be left if the answer is 'no').

Read each question carefully to avoid inaccurate results.

It is a good idea for someone else to fill in the questionnaire, for a second opinion, especially if you are filling it in for yourself.

The questionnaire will take approximately 10-15 minutes.

When you have answered all the questions, click on the 'calculate' button at the bottom of the page and your score will be calculated.

Your responses and results are not logged or saved in any way.



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Interpreting the Results

Tourette's Syndrome*
A score of 34% or more may indicate Tourette's syndrome. If the score for Tourette's syndrome was 17% and you have tics, it still may be an indication Tourette's syndrome.

Chronic Motor Tic Disorder*
A score of 34% or more may indicate chronic motor tic disorder. If the score for chronic motor tic disorder was 17% and you have tics, it still may be an indication of chronic motor tic disorder.

Chronic Vocal Tic Disorder*
A score of 34% or more may indicate chronic vocal tic disorder. If the score for chronic vocal tic disorder was 17% and you have tics, it still may be an indication of chronic vocal tic disorder.

Transient Tic Disorder*
A score of 34% or more may indicate transient tic disorder.

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
A score of 51% or more may indicate obsessive compulsive disorder.
A score of 41% - 50% may indicate obsessive compulsive behaviour (but not the full disorder). This may due to it being co morbid to another disorder.

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (hyperactive-impulsive type)**
A score of 64% or more may indicate attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (hyperactive-impulsive type).
A score of 50% - 63% shows definite tendencies towards the behaviour attributed to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (hyperactive-impulsive type).
A score of 40% - 49% shows some tendencies towards the behaviour attributed to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (hyperactive-impulsive type) but it is unlikely that the disorder is present.

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (inattentive type)**
A score of 63% or more may indicate attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (inattentive type).
A score of 50% - 62% shows definite tendencies towards the behaviour attributed to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (inattentive type).
A score of 40% - 49% shows some tendencies towards the behaviour attributed to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (inattentive type) but it is unlikely that the disorder is present.

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (combined type)**
A score of 63% or more may indicate attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (combined type).
A score of 50% - 62% shows definite tendencies towards the behaviour attributed to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (combined type).
A score of 40% - 49% shows some tendencies towards the behaviour attributed to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (combined type) but it is unlikely that the disorder is present.

Autism***
A score of 66% or more may indicate autism.
A score of 50% - 65% shows some definite tendencies towards the behaviour attributed to autism.
A score of 40% - 49% shows some tendencies towards the behaviour attributed to autism but it is unlikely that the disorder is present.

Asperger's Syndrome***
A score of 66% or more may indicate Asperger's syndrome.
A score of 50% - 65% shows some definite tendencies towards the behaviour attributed to Asperger's syndrome.
A score of 40% - 49% shows some tendencies towards the behaviour attributed to Asperger's syndrome but it is unlikely that the disorder is present.

Auditory Processing Disorder
A score of 50% or more may indicate auditory processing disorder.
A score of 40% - 49% shows some tendencies towards the symptoms attributed to auditory processing disorder, but it is unlikely that the disorder is present.

Visual Processing Disorder
A score of 50% or more may indicate visual processing disorder.
A score of 40% - 49% shows some tendencies towards the symptoms attributed to visual processing disorder, but it is unlikely that the disorder is present.

Dyslexia
A score of 50% or more may indicate dyslexia.
A score of 45% - 49% shows some definite tendencies towards the symptoms attributed to dyslexia.
A score of 35% - 44% shows some tendencies towards the symptoms attributed to dyslexia but it is very unlikely that the disorder is present.

Dyspraxia
A score of 50% or more may indicate dyspraxia.
A score of 45% - 49% shows some definite tendencies towards the symptoms attributed to dyspraxia.
A score of 35% - 44% shows some tendencies towards the symptoms attributed to dyspraxia but it is very unlikely that the disorder is present.

* A person cannot have more than one tic disorder, therefore the disorder with the greatest score is the most likely of the four.

** A person cannot have more than one attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, therefore the disorder with the greatest score is the most likely of the three.

*** A person cannor have both autism and Asperger's syndrome, therefore the disorder with the greatest score is the most likely of the two.

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