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April and Autism Awareness: Take the Aspie Quiz & Win a Prize

Many people ask me if there are any tests for autism or Asperger’s Syndrome. There is not any one test that can diagnose autism. Diagnosis is a long and complicated process done by doctor’s, psychiatrists, or school psychologists who specialize in Autism.  I cannot stress enough that if you are an ADULT who feels like you may be autistic, finding a professional who not only specializes in autism, but has experience in diagnosing adults on the spectrum (if it is a diagnosis is important to you) is essential. 

That said, we all like to take quizzes don’t we?  Little surveys, personality tests??  Why not take the Aspie Quiz by Rdos?  Just for fun.  And as promised (giveways all month) I am giving away an autographed book!


Aspie Quiz

This is not meant to be a diagnostic tool, only a fun way to evaluate your own tendencies and see if you display any “Aspie Traits.”  I think all of us, with or without Asperger’s, display some of these traits.  (Take it even if you have a child on the spectrum, know someone on the spectrum, or just want to win a book! )

Share your Results and Win a Prize:

When your done with quiz, share your results with us (Aspie or not) and at the end of the week (Saturday) I will draw a name from the responses.  The winner will receive an autographed copy of Twirling Naked in the Streets and No One Noticed. 

Not only is April Autism Awareness Month, but it is Twirling’s… one year publishing anniversary, so stick with me all month. There will be more giveaways, promotional sales, and the exciting release of Twirling on Audiobook!

Jeannie Davide-Rivera

Jeannie is an award-winning author, the Answers.com Autism Category Expert, contributes to Autism Parenting Magazine, and the Thinking Person's Guide to Autism. She lives in New York with her husband and four sons, on the autism spectrum.