Purpose: Identifies individuals with autism and estimates the severity.
Age: 3–22 years
Time: 5–10 minutes
The Gilliam Autism Rating Scale–Third Edition (GARS-3), based on DSM-5 Definition of Autism Spectrum Disorder, assists teachers, parents, and clinicians in identifying autism in individuals and estimating its severity.
Items on the GARS-3 are based on the 2013 diagnostic criteria for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) adopted by the APA and published in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders–Fifth Edition (DSM-5).
The instrument consists of 56 clearly stated items describing the characteristic behaviours of persons with autism. The items are grouped into six subscales:
Now available! Online Scoring, Administration, and Report System
Access to the GARS-3 Online Administration, Scoring, and Report System is now included with the purchase of each GARS-3 Complete Kit and with the purchase of every replacement pack of Summary/Response Forms.
This administration, scoring, and report system was designed as a quick, efficient tool for:
Your activation code required to access the online system is printed on the Forms. Information on how to set up your new account is found in the Manual. Each test user requires an account - an organisation can set up a single account and add examiners/administrators as required.