Screening Tool for Autism in Toddlers and Young Children (STAT™)

The STAT is an empirically based, interactive measure developed to screen for autism in children between 24 and 36 months of age. It is designed for use by community service providers who work with young children in assessment or intervention settings and who have experience with autism. The STAT consists of 12 items and takes about 20 minutes to administer. Activities assess key social and communicative behaviors including imitation, play, requesting, and directing attention.

Training on the STAT can be accomplished in three ways, depending on your professional needs and background.

Administering the STAT

STAT™ Training Workshop

A small group setting for learning and practicing STAT administration and scoring.

STAT Test Kit

Online STAT™ Training Tutorial

For those who prefer to learn the STAT at their own pace.
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Doctor and child

STAT-MD Training

For physicians in pediatric practices seeking a more comprehensive approach to early identification that combines the STAT with other techniques.
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If you have questions about the STAT or would like information on upcoming trainings, please complete this interest form.

Contact Information

Amy Swanson, MA
Phone: (615) 322-6533