What does ASD look like?

Published online: 
09 June 2010
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This resource is for people who might come across adults or children who might have an autism spectrum
disorder (ASD). It is to help you identify signs that may indicate ASD and help you decide what actions you can take. 

Some people who may find it useful include those:

  • working in education settings such as schools, early childhood centres and tertiary institutions
  • working in health and disability services such as child health, primary care, youth health, hospital and community services, or counselling services
  • in government services such as social welfare, police, legal and court services
  • in community settings such as relatives, friends,caregivers, co-workers, sport and interest groups, social service or accommodation providers.

Publishing information

  • Date of publication:
    09 June 2010
  • ISBN:
    978-1-877509-20-9 (online)
  • HP number:
    5010
  • Citation:
    New Zealand Guidelines Group. 2010. What does ASD look like? A resource to help identify autism spectrum disorder. Wellington: New Zealand Guidelines Group.
  • Ordering information:
    Only soft copy available to download
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