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Developmental Assessment of Children from Spanish Speaking Families

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Developmental Assessment of Children from Spanish Speaking Families

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotes
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*
srcsubjectidString20RequiredThe site or study's subject identification
interviewageIntegerRequiredAge in months at the time of the interview/test/sampling/imaging.0 :: 1200Age is rounded to chronological month. If the research participant is 15-days-old at time of interview, the appropriate value would be 0 months. If the participant is 16-days-old, the value would be 1 month.
interviewdateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completedRequired field
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
comments_miscString4,000RecommendedMiscellaneous comments on study, interview, methodology relevant to this form data
early_therapyIntegerRecommendedDid your child receive any "early intervention" or "birth to three" program service?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
interv_earlyint_ageIntegerRecommendedTreatment/Intervention - Early Intervention - Age at start of treatment0 :: 1200
psservIntegerRecommendedDid your child receive services between the ages of 3 and 5?0;10=No; 1=Yes
service_35String100RecommendedWhat services did/does your son/daughter receive from the Early Childhood Education Program
service_notString100RecommendedWhy doesn't/didn't your son/daughter receive services from the Early Childhood Education Program
service_hbstIntegerRecommendedHas your child ever been referred to the Children's Home-Based Support Program0::20=No; 1=Yes; 2=Don't know
hbst_everIntegerRecommendedHas your child ever received services from the Children's Home-Based Support Program0::20=No; 1=Yes; 2=Don't know
hbst_refIntegerRecommendedWho referred you to this program1=Physician; 2=Teacher; 3=Other professional; 4=Other parents; 5=Advocacy group; 6=Birth to Three program; 7=Other
hbst_refspString150RecommendedWho referred you to this program. Specify
ita_abaIntegerRecommendedHas your child ever received Intensive Autism Therapy0::20=No; 1=Yes; 2=Don't know
ita_aba_hoursIntegerRecommendedIf yes, how many hours a week did or does your child receive intensive autism therapy
ita_aba_monthsIntegerRecommendedIf yes, for how many months has your child receive intensive autism therapy
hurt_6mIntegerRecommendedDoes this problem occur withing past 6 month: Is your son/daughter hurtful to him/herself; injures own body by hitting, banging head or scratching0;10=No, 1= Yes
hurt_freqIntegerRecommendedHurtful to him/herself. Frequency rating1::51 = less than once a month; 2 = 1-3 times a month; 3 = 1-6 times a week; 4 = 1-10 times a day; 5 = 1 or more times/hour
hurt_severIntegerRecommendedHurtful to him/herself. Severity rating1::51 = not serious; 2 = slightly serious; 3 = moderately serious; 4 = very serious; 5 = extremely serious
dest_6mIntegerRecommendedDoes this problem occur withing past 6 month: Is your son/daughter destructive or hurtful to others; causes physical pain to other people or to animals0;10=No, 1= Yes
dest_freqIntegerRecommendedDestructive to others. Frequency rating1::51 = less than once a month; 2 = 1-3 times a month; 3 = 1-6 times a week; 4 = 1-10 times a day; 5 = 1 or more times/hour
dest_severIntegerRecommendedDestructive to others. Severity rating1::51 = not serious; 2 = slightly serious; 3 = moderately serious; 4 = very serious; 5 = extremely serious
destruct_6mIntegerRecommendedDoes this problem occur withing past 6 month: Is your son/daughter destructive to property; deliberately defaces or destroys things0;10=No, 1= Yes
destruct_freqIntegerRecommendedDestructive to property. Frequency rating1::51 = less than once a month; 2 = 1-3 times a month; 3 = 1-6 times a week; 4 = 1-10 times a day; 5 = 1 or more times/hour
destruct_severIntegerRecommendedDestructive to property. Severity rating1::51 = not serious; 2 = slightly serious; 3 = moderately serious; 4 = very serious; 5 = extremely serious
disr_6mIntegerRecommendedDoes this problem occur withing past 6 month: Does your son/daughter have disruptive behavior; interferes with the activity of others by clinging, pestering or teasing0;10=No, 1= Yes
disr_freqIntegerRecommendedDisraptive behavior. Frequency rating1::51 = less than once a month; 2 = 1-3 times a month; 3 = 1-6 times a week; 4 = 1-10 times a day; 5 = 1 or more times/hour
disr_severIntegerRecommendedDisraptive behavior. Severity rating1::51 = not serious; 2 = slightly serious; 3 = moderately serious; 4 = very serious; 5 = extremely serious
repet_6mIntegerRecommendedDoes this problem occur withing past 6 month: Does your son/daughter have any unusual or repetitive habits; unusual behavior done over and over like pacing, rocking, twirling fingers, or talking to him/herself0;10=No, 1= Yes
repet_freqIntegerRecommendedRepetitive behavior. Frequency rating1::51 = less than once a month; 2 = 1-3 times a month; 3 = 1-6 times a week; 4 = 1-10 times a day; 5 = 1 or more times/hour
repet_severIntegerRecommendedRepetitive behavior. Severity rating1::51 = not serious; 2 = slightly serious; 3 = moderately serious; 4 = very serious; 5 = extremely serious
socof_6mIntegerRecommendedDoes this problem occur withing past 6 month: Does your son/daughter have any socially offensive behavior; such has talking too loud, swearing, touching others too much, or belching0;10=No, 1= Yes
socof_freqIntegerRecommendedSocially offencive. Frequency rating1::51 = less than once a month; 2 = 1-3 times a month; 3 = 1-6 times a week; 4 = 1-10 times a day; 5 = 1 or more times/hour
socofseverIntegerRecommendedSocially offencive. Severity rating1::51 = not serious; 2 = slightly serious; 3 = moderately serious; 4 = very serious; 5 = extremely serious
withdr_6mIntegerRecommendedDoes this problem occur withing past 6 month: Does your son/daughter have withdrawn or inattentive behavior; difficulty being around others or paying attention0;10=No, 1= Yes
withdr_freqIntegerRecommendedWithdrawn. Frequency rating1::51 = less than once a month; 2 = 1-3 times a month; 3 = 1-6 times a week; 4 = 1-10 times a day; 5 = 1 or more times/hour
withdr_severIntegerRecommendedWithdrawn. Severity rating1::51 = not serious; 2 = slightly serious; 3 = moderately serious; 4 = very serious; 5 = extremely serious
uncoop_6mIntegerRecommendedDoes this problem occur withing past 6 month: Does your son/daughter have uncooperative behavior; refusing to obey or refusing to go to work or school0;10=No, 1= Yes
uncoop_freqIntegerRecommendedUncooperative. Frequency rating1::51 = less than once a month; 2 = 1-3 times a month; 3 = 1-6 times a week; 4 = 1-10 times a day; 5 = 1 or more times/hour
uncoop_severIntegerRecommendedUncooperative. Severity rating1::51 = not serious; 2 = slightly serious; 3 = moderately serious; 4 = very serious; 5 = extremely serious
ethnic_groupString255RecommendedEthnic group
respondentString20RecommendedRespondent
Mother;Father;Both; Child; Other; Parent
birthlocationIntegerRecommendedWhere was your son or daughter born?1::31=Latin America Country or Puerto Rico; 2= United States; 3= Other
birthlocationspString50RecommendedBirth location specify
resp_raceString150RecommendedRespondent's raceAmerican Indian/Alaska Native; Asian; Hawaiian or Pacific Islander; Black or African American; White; More than one race; Unknown or not reported
resplocationIntegerRecommendedWhere you were born?1::31=Latin America Country or Puerto Rico; 2= United States; 3= Other
resplocationspString25RecommendedRespondend birth location specify
ustimeIntegerRecommendedHow long you lived in US, years
fatherlocationIntegerRecommendedWhere respondent's father were born1::31=Latin America Country or Puerto Rico; 2= United States; 3= Other
fatherlocationspString25RecommendedWhere respondent's father were born. Specify
motherlocationIntegerRecommendedWhere respondent's mother were born1::31=Latin America Country or Puerto Rico; 2= United States; 3= Other
motherlocationspString25RecommendedWhere respondent's mother were born. Specify
resp_ageIntegerRecommendedRespondent's age0::1200In months
resp_educationIntegerRecommendedRespondent's education1::91 = Less than 8th grade; 2 = 9th-11th grade; 3 = High school or GED; 4 = Trade or vocational; 5 = Associate's degree or 2 years; 6 = Courses towards college; 7 = Bachelor's degree; 8 = Master's degree; 9 = Professional degree (MD, PhD, JD)
resp_employmentstatusIntegerRecommendedRespondent's employment status1::61 = Working at a full-time paid job (35 or more hours a week); 2 = Working at a part-time paid job (less than 35 hours a week); 3 = A full-time student (3 or more class/semester); 4 = A part-time student (1 or 2 classes/semester); 5 = Not currently working; 6 = Other
resp_occupationString255RecommendedRespondent's occupation
respstrainIntegerRecommendedIf you are currently working outside of the home, do you feel any strain between your employment situation and your family responsibilities?0::20=no strain; 1=some strain; 2=a great deal of strain
resphealthIntegerRecommendedHow would you rate your overall health at the present time?1::41=poor; 2=fair; 3=good; 4=excellent
resphealth5IntegerRecommendedIs your physical health now worse, about the same, or better than it was five years ago?0::20=worse; 1=about the same; 2= better
resplivewithString50RecommendedBesides your son or daughter with autism, with whom do you currently live?
incomelyIntegerRecommendedWhich category is appropriate for your household income last year1::131=$0 - 4,999; 2=$5,000 - 9,999;3=$10,000 - 14,999;4=$15,000 - 19,999; 5=$20,000 - 24,999; 6=$25,000 - 29,999; 7=$30,000 - 34,999; 8=$35,000 - 39,999;9=$40,000 - 44,999; 10=$45,000 - 49,999; 11=$50,000 - 59,999;12=$60,000 - 69,999; 13=$70,000 +
maritalIntegerRecommendedWhat is your current marital status1::61= never married; 2= living with someone; 3= married; 4= separated; 5=divorced; 6=widowed
curmarIntegerRecommendedAre you currently married to biological father/mother0;10=No; 1=Yes
contact_bioIntegerRecommendedDoes your son or daughter currently have contact with his/her biogical father/mother0;10=No; 1=Yes
talk_bioIntegerRecommendedHow often does your son or daughter see or talk to his/her biological father/mother, including over the telephone0::70=never; 1=once a year or less; 2=several times a year; 3=monthly; 4=several times a month; 5=weekly; 6=several times a week; 7=daily
parent_etIntegerRecommendedWhat is your child's father's/mother's ethnicity1::61=Mexican/Mexican-American/Chicano; 2=Puerto Rican; 3=Cuban/Cuban-American; 4=Other Latino; 5=Latino and non-Latino ethnicity; 6=Non-Latino
parent_et_spString50RecommendedSpecify ethnicity
parent_bornIntegerRecommendedWhere was your child's father/mother born1::31=Latin America Country; 2= United States; 3= Other
parent_born_spString50RecommendedWhere was your child's father/mother born. Specify
parent_usIntegerRecommendedHow long has your child's father/mother lived in the US? specify # of years)
grand_bornIntegerRecommendedWhere was your child's paternal/maternal grandfather born1::31=Latin America Country; 2= United States; 3= Other
grand_born_spString50RecommendedWhere was your child's paternal/maternal grandfather born. Specify
country_oftenIntegerRecommendedHow often do you return to the country of origin of your parents)?0::30=Never; 1= Rarely; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often
country_timesIntegerRecommendedHow many times have you returned to the country of origin of your parents/your country of origin in the last year?
stay_daysIntegerRecommendedApproximately how long did you stay in the country of origin of your parents/your country of origin in the last year? number of days
residenceIntegerRecommendedWhich is your primary residence, your country of origin or the United States1::41=Country of Origin; 2=United States; 3=Both; 4=Don't Know
speak_spanIntegerRecommendedHow well do you speak Spanish0::3; 8; 90 = Poor; 1 = Fair; 2 = Good; 3 = Excellent; 8 = Don¿t know; 9 = Refused
read_spanIntegerRecommendedHow well do you read Spanish0::3; 8; 90 = Poor; 1 = Fair; 2 = Good; 3 = Excellent; 8 = Don¿t know; 9 = Refused
write_spanIntegerRecommendedHow well do you write in Spanish0::3; 8; 90 = Poor; 1 = Fair; 2 = Good; 3 = Excellent; 8 = Don¿t know; 9 = Refused
speak_engIntegerRecommendedHow well do you speak English0::3; 8; 90 = Poor; 1 = Fair; 2 = Good; 3 = Excellent; 8 = Don¿t know; 9 = Refused
read_engIntegerRecommendedHow well do you read English0::3; 8; 90 = Poor; 1 = Fair; 2 = Good; 3 = Excellent; 8 = Don¿t know; 9 = Refused
write_engIntegerRecommendedHow well do you write in English0::3; 8; 90 = Poor; 1 = Fair; 2 = Good; 3 = Excellent; 8 = Don¿t know; 9 = Refused
friend_speakIntegerRecommendedWhat language do you speak with most of your friends0::4; 8; 90 = Spanish all the time; 1 = Spanish most of the time; 2 = Spanish and English equally; 3 = English most of the time; 4 = English all the time; 8 = Don¿t know; 9 = Refused
family_speakIntegerRecommendedWhat language do you speak with most of your family0::4; 8; 90 = Spanish all the time; 1 = Spanish most of the time; 2 = Spanish and English equally; 3 = English most of the time; 4 = English all the time; 8 = Don¿t know; 9 = Refused
lang_thinkIntegerRecommendedIn what language do you think0::4; 8; 90 = Spanish all the time; 1 = Spanish most of the time; 2 = Spanish and English equally; 3 = English most of the time; 4 = English all the time; 8 = Don¿t know; 9 = Refused
q32_1IntegerRecommendedDo you feel guilty for leaving family or friends in your country of origin0::20=Nol 1=Yes; 2=N/A
q32_2IntegerRecommendedDo you feel that in the United States you have the respect you had in your country of origin0::20=Nol 1=Yes; 2=N/A
q32_3IntegerRecommendedDo you feel that living out of your country of origin has limited your contact with family or friends0::20=Nol 1=Yes; 2=N/A
q32_4IntegerRecommendedDo you find it hard interacting with others because of difficulties you have with the English language0::20=Nol 1=Yes; 2=N/A
q32_5IntegerRecommendedDo people treat you badly because they think you do not speak English well or speak with an accent0::20=Nol 1=Yes; 2=N/A
q32_6IntegerRecommendedDo you find it difficult to find the work you want because you are of Latino descent0::20=Nol 1=Yes; 2=N/A
q32_7IntegerRecommendedHave you ever been questioned about your legal status0::20=Nol 1=Yes; 2=N/A
q32_8IntegerRecommendedDo you think you will be deported if you go to a social or government agency0::20=Nol 1=Yes; 2=N/A
q32_9IntegerRecommendedDo you avoid seeking health insurance due to fear of immigration officials0::20=Nol 1=Yes; 2=N/A
spouse_gradeIntegerRecommendedWhat is the highest grade of school your spouse completed0::70=less than 8th grade; 1=8th - 11th grade; 2=high school grad/GED; 3=1-3 years of college but not an Associate Degree; 4= Associate degree; 5=Bachelor's degree; 6=Post BA/BS but no graduate degree; 7=Graduate degree
spouse_grade_spString50RecommendedWhat is the highest grade of school your spouse completed. Specify
spouse_emplIntegerRecommendedIs your spouse currently employed0::20=No; 1=Yes part-time; 2=Yes full-time
spouse_occupString50RecommendedWhat is his occupation
spouse_healthIntegerRecommendedHow would you rate your spouse's health at the present time1::41 = Poor; 2 = Fair; 3 = Good; 4 = Excellent
spouse_health_prIntegerRecommendedIs your spouse's physical health now worse, about the same, or better than it was five years ago0::20=worse; 1=about the same; 2= better
childgenString2RecommendedChild genderM;FM=Male; F= Female
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