How SKIP I Works
Project SKIP uses simple and inexpensive customized instruments (also known as screeners) to respond to the need for scientificallybased, comprehensive screening for socialemotional, cognitive, and developmental and academic issues such as autism spectrum disorders in children from age 2 through 18.
In as little as 20 minutes, parents can complete SKIP’s easytouse online screeners and receive immediate and individual feedback.
If teachers are participating in the process, they can expect to complete their portion of the screener in 510 minutes per student.
Parents of children 3 years and older will receive immediate and individual feedback while still logged into their SKIP account. If screening children 2 years of age, they will receive an email response containing the results. Note that if teachers are participating in SKIP via an invitation from a parent, only parents will receive screening results, which will include a color key, along with descriptive text, to enhance understanding.