Joint Attention
 Joint Attention
  Focus on Faces
  Turn Taking and Imitation in Back and Forth Play
  Share Attention - Responds to Joint Attention Bids of Others
  Share Attention - Initiates Joint Attention Bids with Others
  Shifts Attention to an Interest of Others
  Social Affective Relationships
 Social Orienting  Reaction  Responsiveness  Interactions
  Turns to physically interact
  Attends to people
  Attempts to locate sounds made by people
  Reacts to emotions of others
  Social referencing
  Face processing
  Responds appropriately to soothing and cuddling
  Attachment to caregivers
  Reciprocity
  Social Smiling
  Warm, joyful expressions
  Displays affection to others
  Shared affect
  Interacts frequently with others
  Prefers being with people to being alone
  Prefers people play to object play
  Social reciprocity-responding to action to self with action back to partner with expectation of further response
  Plays active rather than passive role in interactions
  Sensory
 Sensory Over-Responsivity  Sensory Under-Responsivity  Sensory Seeking  Motor Planning
  Auditory
  Visual
  Tactile
  Olfactory
  Gustatory
  Proprioceptive
  Vestibular
  Self Calming
  Transitions
  Environment
  Auditory
  Visual
  Tactile
  Olfactory
  Gustatory
  Proprioceptive
  Vestibular
  Movement
  Simulation
  Environment
  Auditory
  Visual
  Tactile
  Olfactory
  Gustatory
  Proprioceptive
  Vestibular
  Self Regulation
  Environment
  Proprioceptive
  Activity
  Organizational
  Environment
  Play
 Object Play  Social Play
  Does more with toys/objects than just mouth or bang
  Uses most common objects and toys functionally/for the purpose they are intended
  Plays with a variety of objects/toys appropriately in play
  Uses objects symbolically in play
  Engage in spontaneous activities and interactions
 Imitates others actions spontaneously in social situations
  Imitates others sounds, facial expressions, ect. in social situations
  Sustained attention to activities and others
  Accepts structure
  Shared attention with another person
  Accepts other's ideas
  Social responsiveness to others
  Approaches peers
  Plays with people
  Takes turns in play
  Communication
 Comprehension  Communicative Means  Communicative Intent  Pragmatic Rules
  Decodes Language of Others
  Follows directions
  Prelinguistic Communication
  Gestures/Nonverbal Communication
  Social Communication
  Conversation
  Request
  Greet
  Get Someone to Do Something
  Initiates With Others
  Quantity: Knows how much or how little information to supply in a given situation
  Relation: Stays on topic with no tangents making comments related to the other person, but not identical
  Quality: Relates the conversation to the listener
  Learning
 Section 1  Section 2
  Attention Span
  Motivation
  Persistence to Tasks and Others
  Memory
  Cooperation
  Practice
  Confidence
  Feelings of Control
  Logical Thinking
  Problem Solving
  Creativity
  Imagination
  Self Direction of Behavior
 Section 1  Section 2  Section 3  Section 4  Section 5  Section 6  Section 7
  Inhibits Irrelevant Responses in Interactions
  Demonstrates Goal-directed Responses
  Demonstrates Goal-directed Persistence
  Re-engages in Interaction/Activity After Disruption
  Demonstrates Behavioral Flexibility in Novel Situations
  Responds to Feedback Regarding Behavior
  Frustration Tolerance
  Contingency: Responsive to Multiple Cues in the Environment
  Contingency: Responds to Social Reinforcement Inherent in the Situation