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When screening a child at 30 months, the parent reported many concerns, such as inability to understand when he talks, not liking to be held, only liking certain foods, and difficulty with transitions. The parent is concerned about possible autism, but the child's ASQ-3 scores are in the monitoring zone, not below the cutoff. What should I do?

In this situation, the ASQ developers would recommend that the child be referred for further evaluation based on the parents concerns, as well as scores close to the cutoff.

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