By M. P. Everard
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From hot things, sharp things? Is he aware of the danger of heights or of deep water? Is he aware that traffic is dangerous? Does he know how to cross a road safely? (iii) How much does he have to be supervised? Could he be allowed to go into another room alone; in the garden alone; in the street outside the house; around the local neighbourhood; or further afield? Could he travel on public transport alone? XI. Sleep (i) Does the child usually stay awake till very late at night or wake up very early in the morning?
The common objects can be used from 12 months of age onwards. The child's spontaneous reactions and manipulations of the objects are observed to see if he understands their purpose. The miniatures are used from about 21 months of age. They are presented one by one and the child's reactions, verbalizations or gesture and miming noted. Then his ability to understand instructions involving prepositions, to carry out a sequence of commands and to invent and describe make-believe situations is tested, using the miniatures.
Each design has one piece missing and the appropriate piece to complete the design has to be chosen from a number of alternatives. The designs are arranged in five groups of twelve. Within each group the designs gradually increase in difficulty but the principle remains the same throughout. The test can be used for children of 8 years upwards and for adults. There is also a version using coloured patterns which is described as suitable for normal children aged from 5 to 11 years, old people, those who for reasons of background or disability cannot understand or speak English and for mentally retarded children and adults.
An Approach to Teaching Autistic Children by M. P. Everard