Q-CHAT Quantitative Checklist for Autism in Toddlers Online Test & PDF


The Q-CHAT Quantitative Checklist for Autism in Toddlers contains 25 items, scored on a 5 point scale (0–4). The Q-CHAT was completed by parents.  Study for autism in toddlers aged 18–30 months old using the Quantitative Checklist for Autism in Toddlers (Q-CHAT), The CHAT  is a short parent report questionnaire combined with a health professional observation.

Q-CHAT Quantitative Checklist for Todlers PDF

Q-CHAT Quantitative Scoring Key PDF

The information provided on this website is for educational purposes only, The assessments on this website are not intended to diagnose autism or any  medical condition.
Following is the online test:-


1. Does your child look at you when you call his/her name?

Question 1 of 25

2. How easy is it for you to get eye contact with your child?

Question 2 of 25

3. When your child is playing alone, does s/he line objects up?

Question 3 of 25

4. Can other people easily understand your child’s speech?

Question 4 of 25

5. Does your child point to indicate that s/he wants something (e.g. a toy that is out of reach)?

Question 5 of 25

6. Does your child point to share interest with you (e.g. pointing at an interesting sight)?

Question 6 of 25

7. How long can your child’s interest be maintained by a spinning object (e.g. washing machine, electric fan, toy car wheels)?

Question 7 of 25

8. How many words can your child say?

Question 8 of 25

9. Does your child pretend (e.g. care for dolls, talk on a toy phone)?

Question 9 of 25

10. Does your child follow where you’re looking?

Question 10 of 25

11. How often does your child sniff or lick unusual objects?

Question 11 of 25

12. Does your child place your hand on an object when s/he wants you to use it (e.g. on a door handle when s/he wants you to open the door, on a toy when s/he wants you to activate it)?

Question 12 of 25

13. Does your child walk on tiptoe?

Question 13 of 25

14. How easy is it for your child to adapt when his/her routine changes or when things are out of their usual place?

Question 14 of 25

15. If you or someone else in the family is visibly upset, does your child show signs of wanting to comfort them  (e.g. stroking their hair, hugging them)?

Question 15 of 25

16. Does your child do the same thing over and over again (e.g. running the tap, turning the light switch on and off, opening and closing doors)?

Question 16 of 25

17. Would you describe your child’s first words as:

Question 17 of 25

18. Does your child echo things s/he hears (e.g. things that you say, lines from songs or movies, sounds)?

Question 18 of 25

19. Does your child use simple gestures (e.g wave goodbye)?

Question 19 of 25

20. Does your child make unusual finger movements near his/her eyes?

Question 20 of 25

21. Does your child spontaneously look at your face to check your reaction when faced with something unfamiliar?

Question 21 of 25

22. How long can your child’s interest be maintained by just one or two objects?

Question 22 of 25

23. Does your child twiddle objects repetitively (e.g. pieces of string)?

Question 23 of 25

24. Does your child seem oversensitive to noise?

Question 24 of 25

25. Does your child stare at nothing with no apparent purpose?

Question 25 of 25


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