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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/project
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired field
interview_ageIntegerRequiredAge in months at the time of the interview/test/sampling/imaging.0 :: 1260Age 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.
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Femaledemo_gender
family_studyString100RecommendedWas it family study? Study of biological mother, biological father and/or sibling of proband.
Yes;No
family_user_def_idString20RecommendedFamily Pedigree User-Defined ID
relationshipString255RecommendedRelationship of respondent to individual
1;2;3;4;5;6;7;8;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16;17;18;19;20;21;22;23;24;25;26;27;28;29;30;31;32;33;34;35;36;37;38;39;40;41;42;43;44;45;46;47;48;49;50;51;52;53;54;55;56;57;58;59;60;61;62;63;64;65;66;67;68;69;70;71;72;73;74;75;76;77;78;79;80;81;82;83;84; -999
1 = Biological mom; 2 = Biological dad; 3 = Grandparent; 4 = Special education (sped) teacher; 5 = General education teacher; 6 = Occupational therapist; 7 = Speech and language therapist; 8 = Behavioral therapist; 9 = Paraprofessional; 10 = Aide; 11 = Principal; 12 = Administrator; 13 = Other; 14 = Content teacher; 15 = Parent center director; 16 = Self; 17=Adoptive mother; 18=Adoptive father; 19=Foster mother; 20 = Foster father; 21=Grandmother; 22=Grandfather; 23=Step-mother; 24 = Step-father; 25=Aunt; 26=Uncle; 27=Missing Data; 28=Both parents;31= Grandmother from mother side; 32= Grandfather from mother side; 33= Grandmother from father side; 34= Grandfather from father side; 36= Brother; 37= Sister; 38= Cousin; 39= female caregiver; 40=male caregiver; 41=Female child; 42=Male child; 43=Spouse/Mate; 44=Friend; 45=Parent; 46=Significant other; 47=Sibling; 48=Son/Daughter; 49=Son-in-law/Daughter-in law; 50=Other Relative; 51=Paid caregiver; 52=Friends; 90= Other, specify; -999= Missing; 53=Roommate; 54=Supervisor; 55=mother's boyfriend; 56=other parental figure; 57=Summary; 58=counselor ; 59 = other female relative; 60 = other male relative; 61 = non-relative ;62=Maternal Aunt; 63=Maternal Uncle; 64=Maternal Cousin; 65 = Paternal Aunt; 66=Paternal Uncle; 67=Paternal Cousin ;68=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Grandmother; 69=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepmother and Grandmother; 70=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Grandmother and Foster Father; 71=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepmother and Foster Mother; 72=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Foster Mother; 73=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Biological/Adoptive Father; 74=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepmother and Biological/Adoptive Father; 75=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Other; 76=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepmother and Stepfather; 77=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepfather; 78=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Grandfather; 79=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepmother and Foster Father; 80=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepmother; 81=Guardian, female; 82=Other female; 83=Guardian, male; 84=Other maledemo_rel_child
inter_relationothspecifyString255RecommendedRespondent relationship to client - Other (please specify)demo_rel_other
fh13IntegerRecommendedBirth order0::13; 9999 = Missing valuedemo_order
raceString30RecommendedRace of study subjectAmerican Indian/Alaska Native; Asian; Hawaiian or Pacific Islander; Black or African American; White; More than one race; Unknown or not reporteddemo_race
otherraceString50Recommendedspecify other racedemo_mutiple_race
ethnicityString30RecommendedEthnicity of participant
Hispanic or Latino; Not Hispanic or Latino; Unknown
demo_ethnicity
dem_12IntegerRecommendedParents marital status1::71=Married/common law 2=Not married, living together 3=Separated 4=Divorced/annulled 5=Widowed ; 6=Never married, not living with someone; 7=otherdemo_marital
liveswithString100Recommendedchild lives with
Both biological mother and father;Biological mother only;Biological father only;Biological mother and stepfather;Biological father and stepmother;Adoptive parents;Foster parents;Relatives;Other
demo_lives
liveswithotherString50Recommendedchild lives with other, specifydemo_lives_spec
subjectkey_motherGUIDRecommendedThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for subject's biological motherNDAR*
src_mother_idString100Recommendedsite specific mother ID
mother_raceString55RecommendedMother's race
American Indian/Alaska Native; Asian; Hawaiian or Pacific Islander; Black or African American; White; More than one race; Unknown or not reported
demo_mom_race
mother_other_raceString20RecommendedMother Other race (please specify):demo_mom_race_multiple
bio_mother_ethnicityString50RecommendedBiological Mother Ethnicity
Hispanic or Latino;Not Hispanic or Latino; No Answer
demo_mom_ethnic
demo_mom_eduIntegerRecommendedMother's education1::8; 971=Less than 7th grade; 2=Junior High; 3=Some High School; 4=High School graduate; 5= Some college; 6=Special training after high school; 7=College graduate; 8=Graduate/professional training; 97=DK
demo_mom_employIntegerRecommendedMother's current employment status1::6; 971=Not employed/Stay-at-home parent; 2=Self-employed part-time; 3=Self-employed full time; 4=Employed part-time; 5= Employed full-time; 6=Employed full-time and second job; 97=DK
demo_mom_occIntegerRecommendedMother's current occupation1::231=Architecture and Engineering; 2=Armed Forces; 3=Arts, Design, Entertaining, Sports, and Media; 4=Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance; 5= Business and Financial Operations; 6=Community and Social Services; 7=Computer and Mathematical; 8=Construction and Extraction; 9=Education, Training, and Library; 10=Farming, Fishing, and Forestry; 11=Food Preparation and Serving Related; 12=Healthcare Practitioners and Technical; 13=Healthcare Support; 14=Installation, Maintenance, and Repair; 15=Legal; 16=Life, Physical, and Social Science; 17=Management; 18=Office and Administrative Support; 19=Personal Care and Service; 20=Production; 21=Protective Service; 22=Sales and Related; 23=Transportation and Material Moving
demo_mom_occ_archIntegerRecommendedArchitecture and Engineering Occupations Mother1::201=Aerospace engineers; 2=Agricultural and biomedical engineers; 3=Architects, except naval; 4=Chemical engineers; 5=Civil engineers; 6=Computer hardware engineers; 7=Drafters; 8=Electrical and electronic engineers; 9=Engineering technicians, except drafters; 10=Engineers, all other; 11=Environmental engineers; 12=Industrial engineers, including health and safety; 13=Marine engineers and naval architects; 14=Materials engineers; 15=Mechanical engineers; 16=Mining and geological engineers, including mining safety engineers; 17=Nuclear engineers; 18=Petroleum engineers; 19=Surveying and mapping technicians; 20=Surveyors, cartographers, and photogrammetrists
demo_mom_occ_artIntegerRecommendedArts, Design, Entertaining, Sports, and Media Occupations Mother1::181=Actors; 2=Announcers; 3=Artists and related workers; 4=Arts; 5=Athletes, coaches, umpires, and related workers; 6=Broadcast and sound engineering technicians and radio operators, and media and communication equipment workers, all other; 7=Dancers and choreographers; 8=Designers; 9=Editors Technical writers; 10=Entertainers and performers, sports and related workers, all other; 11=Miscellaneous media and communication workers; 12=Musicians, singers, and related workers; 13=News analysts, reporters and correspondents; 14=Photographers; 15=Producers and directors; 16=Public relations specialists; 17=Television, video, and motion picture camera operators and editors; 18=Writers and authors
demo_mom_occ_buildingIntegerRecommendedBuilding and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance Occupations Mother1::61=First-line supervisors/managers of housekeeping and janitorial workers; 2=First-line supervisors/managers of landscaping, lawn service, and groundskeeping workers; 3=Grounds maintenance workers; 4=Janitors and building cleaners; 5=Maids and housekeeping cleaners; 6=Pest control workers
demo_mom_occ_businessIntegerRecommendedBusiness and Financial Operations Occupations Mother1::21=Business Operations Specialist; 2=Financial Specialist
demo_mom_occ_bus_opIntegerRecommendedBusiness Operations Specialist Occupations Mother1::161=Agents and business managers of artists, performers, and athletes; 2=Business operations specialists, all other; 3=Claims adjusters, appraisers, examiners, and investigators; 4=Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists; 5=Compliance officers; 6=Cost estimators; 7=Fundraisers; 8=Human resource workers; 9=Logisticians; 10=Management analysts; 11=Market research analysts and marketing specialists; 12=Meeting, convention, and event planners; 13=Purchasing agents and buyers, farm products; 14=Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products; 15=Training and development specialists; 16=Wholesale and retail buyers, except farm products
demo_mom_occ_bus_finIntegerRecommendedFinancial Specialist Occupations Mother1::121=Accountants and auditors; 2=Appraisers and assessors of real estate; 3=Budget analysts; 4=Credit analysts; 5=Financial analysts; 6=Financial examiners; 7=Financial specialists, all other; 8=Insurance underwriters; 9=Loan counselors and officers; 10=Personal financial advisors; 11=Tax examiners, collectors, and revenue agents; 12=Tax prepares
demo_mom_occ_commIntegerRecommendedCommunity and Social Services Occupations Mother1::81=Clergy; 2=Counselors; 3=Directors, religious activities and education; 4=Miscellaneous community and social service specialists, including health educators and community; 5= health workers; 6=Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists; 7=Religious workers, all other; 8=Social and human service assistants; 9=Social workers
demo_mom_occ_compIntegerRecommendedComputer and Mathematical Occupations Mother1::141=Actuaries; 2=Computer and information research scientists; 3=Computer network architects; 4=Computer occupations, all other; 5=Computer programmers; 6=Computer support specialists; 7=Computer systems analysts; 8=Database administrators; 9=Information security analysts; 10=Mathematicians, statisticians and miscellaneous mathematical science occupations; 11=Network and computer systems administrators; 12=Operations research analysts; 13=Software developers, applications and systems software; 14=Web developers
demo_mom_occ_constrIntegerRecommendedConstruction and Extraction Occupations Mother1::351=Boilermakers; 2=Brickmasons, blockmasons, and stonemasons; 3=Carpenters; 4=Carpet, floor, and tile installers and finishers; 5=Cement masons, concrete finishers, and terrazzo workers; 6=Construction and building inspectors; 7=Construction equipment operators, except Paving, surfacing, and tamping equipment operators; 8=Construction laborers; 9=Derrick, rotary drill, and service unit operators, oil, gas, and mining; 10=Drywall installers, ceiling tile installers, and tapers; 11=Earth drillers, except oil and gas; 12=Electricians; 13=Elevator installers and repairers; 14=Explosives workers, ordnance handling experts, and blasters; 15=Fence erectors; 16=First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers; 17=Glaziers; 18=Hazardous materials removal workers; 19=Helpers, construction trades; 20=Highway maintenance workers; 21=Insulation workers; 22=Mining machine operators; 23=Miscellaneous construction and related workers, including photovoltaic installers Extraction Workers; 24=Other extraction workers, including roof bolters and helpers; 25=Painters, construction and maintenance and paperhangers; 26=Paving, surfacing, and tamping equipment operators; 27=Pipelayers, plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters; 28=Plasterers and stucco masons; 29=Rail-track laying and maintenance equipment operators; 30=Reinforcing iron and rebar workers; 31=Roofers; 32=Roustabouts, oil and gas; 33=Septic tank servicers and sewer pipe cleaners; 34=Sheet metal workers; 35=Structural iron and steel workers
demo_mom_occ_eduIntegerRecommendedEducation Training and Library Occupations Mother1::111=Archivists, curators, and museum technicians; 2=Elementary and middle school teachers; 3=Librarians; 4=Library technicians; 5= Postsecondary teachers; 6=Preschool and kindergarten teachers; 7=Secondary school teachers; 8=Special education teachers; 9=Teacher assistants; 10=Other teachers and instructors; 11=Other education, training, and library workers
demo_mom_occ_farmIntegerRecommendedFarming, Fishing, and Forestry Mother1::71=Agricultural inspectors; 2=First-line supervisors of farming, fishing, and forestry workers; 3=Fishing and hunting workers; 4=Forest and conservation workers; 5=Graders and sorters, agricultural products; 6=Logging workers; 7=Miscellaneous agricultural workers, including animal breeders
demo_mom_occ_foodIntegerRecommendedFood Preparation and Serving Related Mother1::121=Bartenders; 2=Chefs and head cooks; 3=Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food; 4=Cooks; 5=Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop; 6=Dishwashers; 7=First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers; 8=Food preparation and serving related workers, all other including dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers; 9=Food preparation workers; 10=Food servers, non-restaurant; 11=Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop; 12=Waiters and waitresses
demo_mom_occ_healthIntegerRecommendedHealthcare Practitioners and Technical Mother1::291=Audiologists; 2=Chiropractors; 3=Clinical laboratory technologists and technicians; 4=Dental hygienists; 5=Dentists; 6=Diagnostic related technologists and technicians; 7=Dietitians and nutritionists; 8=Emergency medical technicians and paramedics; 9=Exercise physiologists and therapists, all other; 10=Health diagnosing and treating practitioner support technicians; 11=Health diagnosing and treating practitioners, all other; 12=Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses; 13=Medical records and health information technicians; 14=Nurse anesthetists; 15=Nurse midwives and nurse practitioners; 16=Occupational therapists; 17=Opticians, dispensing; 18=Optometrists; 19=Pharmacists; 20=Physical therapists 21=Physician assistants; 22=Physicians and surgeons; 23=Radiation therapists; 24=Recreational therapists; 25=Respiratory therapists; 26=Speech-language pathologists; 27=Veterinarians 29-1131 3255 Registered nurses; 28=Miscellaneous health technologists and technicians; 29=Other healthcare practitioners and technical occupations, including podiatrists
demo_mom_occ_healthsuppIntegerRecommendedHealthcare Support Mother1::111=Dental assistants; 2=Massage therapists; 3=Medical assistants; 4=Medical transcriptionists; 5=Nursing, psychiatric, and home health aides; 6=Occupational therapist assistants and aides; 7=Pharmacy aides; 8=Phlebotomists; 9=Physical therapist assistants and aides; 10=Veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers; 11=Miscellaneous healthcare support occupations, including medical equipment preparers
demo_mom_occ_maintenIntegerRecommendedInstallation, Maintenance, and Repair Mother1::331=Aircraft mechanics and service technicians; 2=Automotive body and related repairers; 3=Automotive glass installers and repairers; 4=Automotive service technicians and mechanics; 5=Avionics technicians; 6=Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists; 7=Coin, vending, and amusement machine servicers and repairers; 8=Computer, automated teller, and office machine repairers; 9=Control and valve installers and repairers; 10=Electric motor, power tool, and related repairers; 11=Electrical and electronics repairers, transportation equipment, industrial and utility; 12=Electrical power-line installers and repairers; 13=Electronic equipment installers and repairers, motor vehicles; 14=Electronic home entertainment equipment installers and repairers; 15=First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers; 16=Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers; 17=Heavy vehicle and mobile equipment service technicians and mechanics; 18=Helpers--installation, maintenance, and repair workers ; 19= Home appliance repairers; 20=Industrial and refractory machinery mechanics ;21=Locksmiths and safe repairers; 22=Maintenance and repair workers, general; 23=Maintenance workers, machinery; 24=Manufactured building and mobile home installers; 25=Millwrights; 26=Miscellaneous vehicle and mobile equipment mechanics, installers, and repairers; 27=Precision instrument and equipment repairers; 28=Radio and telecommunications equipment installers and repairers; 29=Riggers; 30=Security and fire alarm systems installers ;31=Small engine mechanics ;32= Telecommunications line installers and repairers; 33=Other installation, maintenance, and repair workers, including wind turbine service technicians, commercial divers, and signal and train switch repairers
demo_mom_occ_legIntegerRecommendedLegal Mother1::41=Judicial law clerks; 2=Lawyers, Judges, magistrates, and other judicial workers; 3=Paralegals and legal assistants; 4=Miscellaneous legal support workers
demo_mom_occ_socialscienceIntegerRecommendedLife, Physical, and Social Science Mother1::181=Agricultural and food science technicians; 2=Agricultural and food scientists; 3=Astronomers and physicists; 4=Atmospheric and space scientists; 5=Biological scientists; 6=Biological technicians; 7=Chemical technicians; 8=Chemists and materials scientists; 9=Conservation scientists and foresters; 10=Economists; 11=Environmental scientists and geoscientists; 12=Geological and petroleum technicians; 13=Medical scientists and life scientists, all other; 14=Physical scientists, all other; 15=Psychologists; 16=Urban and regional planners; 17=Miscellaneous life, physical, and social science technicians; 18=Miscellaneous social scientists, including survey researchers and sociologists
demo_mom_occ_mgmtIntegerRecommendedManagement Mother1::271=Administrative services managers; 2=Advertising and promotions managers; 3=Chief executives; 4=Compensation and benefits managers; 5=Computer and information systems managers; 6=Construction managers; 7=Education administrators; 8=Emergency management directors; 9=Engineering managers; 10=Farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural managers; 11=Financial managers; 12=Food service managers; 13=Gaming managers; 14=General and operations managers; 15=Human resources managers ; 16= Industrial production managers; 17=Lodging managers; 18=Marketing and sales managers; 19=Medical and health services managers; 20=Natural sciences managers ;21=Property, real estate, and community association managers; 22=Public relations managers; 23=Purchasing managers; 24=Social and community service managers ; 25= Training and development managers; 26=Transportation, storage, and distribution managers ; 27= Managers, all other
demo_mom_occ_officeIntegerRecommendedOffice and Administrative Support Mother1::491=Bill and account collectors; 2=Billing and posting clerks and machine operators; 3=Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks; 4=Brokerage clerks; 5=Cargo and freight agents; 6=Communications equipment operators, all other; 7=Correspondence clerks and order clerks; 8=Couriers and messengers; 9=Court, municipal, and license clerks; 10=Credit authorizers, checkers, and clerks; 11=Customer service representatives; 12=Data entry keyers; 13=Dispatchers; 14=Eligibility interviewers, government programs; 15=File Clerks; 16=Financial clerks, all other; 17=First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers; 18=Gaming cage workers ; 19= Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks; 20=Human resources assistants, except payroll and timekeeping ;21=Information and record clerks, all other; 22=Insurance claims and policy processing clerks; 23=Interviewers, except eligibility and loan; 24=Library assistants, clerical; 25=Loan interviewers and clerks; 26=Mail clerks and mail machine operators, except postal service; 27=Meter readers, utilities ; 28= New accounts clerks; 29=Office clerks, general; 30=Office machine operators, except computer ;31=Payroll and timekeeping clerks ;32= Postal service clerks; 33=Postal service mail carriers; 34=Postal service mail sorters, processors, and processing machine operators; 35=Procurement clerks ;36= Production, planning, and expediting clerks ;37= Proofreaders and copy markers ;38= Receptionists and information clerks ;39= Reservation and transportation ticket agents and travel clerks ;40= Secretaries and administrative assistants ; 41=Computer operators ;42= Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks ;43= Statistical assistants ; 44= Stock clerks and order fillers ; 45= Telephone operators ;46= Tellers ;47= Weighers, measurers, checkers, and samplers, recordkeeping ;48= Word processors and typists ;49= Office and administrative support workers, including desktop publishers
demo_mom_occ_perscareIntegerRecommendedPersonal Care and Service Mother1::201=Animal trainers; 2=Baggage porters, bellhops, and concierges; 3=Barbers; 4=Child care workers; 5=Embalmers and funeral attendants; 6=First-line supervisors/managers of gaming workers; 7=First-line supervisors/managers of personal service workers; 8=Gaming services workers; 9=Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists; 10=Miscellaneous entertainment attendants and related workers; 11=Morticians, undertakers, and funeral directors; 12=Motion picture projectionists; 13=Nonfarm animal caretakers; 14=Personal and home care aides; 15=Recreation and fitness workers; 16=Residential advisors; 17=Tour and travel guides; 18=Ushers, lobby attendants, and ticket takers; 19=Miscellaneous personal appearance workers; 20=Personal care and service workers, all other
demo_mom_occ_prodIntegerRecommendedProduction Mother1::671=Aircraft structure, surfaces, rigging, and systems assemblers; 2=Bakers; 3=Butchers and other meat, poultry, and fish processing workers; 4=Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters; 5=Cementing and gluing machine operators and tenders; 6=Chemical processing machine setters, operators, and tenders; 7=Cleaning, washing, and metal pickling equipment operators and tenders; 8=Computer control programmers and operators; 9=Crushing, grinding, polishing, mixing, and blending workers; 10=Cutting workers; 11=Cutting, punching, and press machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic; 12=Electrical, electronics, and electromechanical assemblers; 13=Engine and other machine assemblers; 14=Etchers and engravers; 15=Extruding and drawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic; 16=Extruding, forming, pressing, and compacting machine setters, operators, and tenders; 17=First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers; 18=Food and tobacco roasting, baking, and drying machine operators and tenders; 19=Food batchmakers; 20=Food cooking machine operators and tenders ;21=Food processing workers, all other; 22=Furnace, kiln, oven, drier, and kettle operators and tenders; 23=Furniture finishers; 24=Grinding, lapping, polishing, and buffing machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic; 25=Helpers--production workers; 26=Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers; 27=Jewelers and precious stone and metal workers; 28=Lathe and turning machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic; 29=Laundry and dry-cleaning workers; 30=Machinists ;31=Medical, dental, and ophthalmic laboratory technicians ;32= Metal furnace and kiln operators and tenders; 33=Metalworkers and plastic workers, all other; 34=Miscellaneous assemblers and fabricators; 35=Miscellaneous plant and system operators ;36= Miscellaneous textile, apparel, and furnishings workers, except upholsterers ;37= Miscellaneous woodworkers, including model makers and pattern makers ;38= Molders and molding machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic ;39= Molders, shapers, and casters, except metal and plastic ;40= Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders ;41=Painting workers ;42= Paper goods machine setters, operators, and tenders ;43= Photographic process workers and processing machine operators ;44= Plating and coating machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic ;45= Power plant operators, distributors, and dispatchers ;46= Prepress technicians and workers ;47= Pressers, textile, garment, and related materials ;48= Print binding and finishing workers ;49= Printing press operators ;50= Production workers, including semiconductor processors and cooling and freezing equipment operators ;51=Rolling machine setters, operators, and tenders and forging machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic ;52= Sawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, wood ;53= Sewing machine operators ;54= Shoe and leather workers and repairers ;55= Stationary engineers and boiler operators ;56= Structural metal fabricators and fitters ;57= Tailors, dressmakers, and sewers ;58= Textile cutting machine setters, operators, and tenders ; 59= Textile knitting and weaving machine setters, operators, and tenders ;60= Textile winding, twisting, and drawing out machine setters, operators and tenders ;61=Tire builders ;62= Tool and die makers ;63= Tool grinders, filers, and sharpeners ;64= Upholsterers ;65= Water and liquid waste treatment plant and system operators ;66= Welding, soldering, and brazing workers ;67= Woodworking machine setters, operators, and tenders, except sawing
demo_mom_occ_protIntegerRecommendedProtective Service Mother1::151=Animal control workers; 2=Bailiffs, correctional officers, and jailers; 3=Crossing guards; 4=Detectives and criminal investigators; 5=Fire inspectors; 6=First-line supervisors/managers of correctional officers; 7=First-line supervisors/managers of fire fighting and prevention workers; 8=First-line supervisors/managers of police and detectives; 9=Lifeguards and other recreational and all other protective service workers; 10=Miscellaneous law enforcement workers; 11=Police officers; 12=Private detectives and investigators; 13=Security guards and gaming surveillance officers; 14=Supervisors, protective service workers, all other 33-1099 3740 Fire fighters; 15=Transportation security screeners
demo_mom_occ_saleIntegerRecommendedSales and Related Mother1::181=Advertising sales agents; 2=Cashiers; 3=Counter and rental clerks; 4=Door-to-door sales workers, news and street vendors, and related workers; 5= First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers; 6=First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers; 7=Insurance sales agents; 8=Models, demonstrators, and product promoters; 9=Parts salespersons; 10=Real estate brokers and sales agents; 11=Retail salespersons; 12=Sales and related workers, all other; 13=Sales engineers; 14=Sales representatives, services, all other; 15=Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing; 16=Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents; 17=Telemarketers; 18=Travel agents
demo_mom_occ_transIntegerRecommendedTransportation and Material Moving Mother1::291=Air traffic controllers and airfield operations specialists; 2=Aircraft pilots and flight engineers; 3=Ambulance drivers and attendants, except emergency medical technicians; 4=Bus drivers; 5=Cleaners of vehicles and equipment; 6=Crane and tower operators; 7=Dredge, excavating, and loading machine operators; 8=Driver/sales workers and truck drivers; 9=Hoist and winch operators, and conveyor operators and tenders; 10=Industrial truck and tractor operators; 11=Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand; 12=Locomotive engineers and operators; 13=Machine feeders and offbearers; 14=Material moving workers, including mine shuttle operators and tank car, truck, and ship loaders; 15=Motor vehicle operators, all other; 16=Other transportation workers, including bridge and lock tenders; 17=Packers and packagers, hand; 18=Parking lot attendants; 19=Pumping station operators; 20=Railroad brake, signal, switch operators, conductors and yardmasters ;21=Refuse and recyclable material collectors; 22=Sailors and marine oilers, and ship engineers; 23=Service station attendants; 24=Ship and boat captains and operators; 25=Subway, streetcar, and other rail transportation workers; 26=Supervisors, transportation and material moving workers; 27=Taxi drivers and chauffeurs; 28=Transportation attendants, except flight attendants; 29=Transportation inspectors
demo_mom_occ_sameIntegerRecommendedDid the mother have the same occupation before the study child was born?
0;1
0=No;1=Yes
demo_mom_p_occIntegerRecommendedMother's occupation prior to birth of study child:1::231=Architecture and Engineering; 2=Armed Forces; 3=Arts, Design, Entertaining, Sports, and Media; 4=Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance; 5= Business and Financial Operations; 6=Community and Social Services; 7=Computer and Mathematical; 8=Construction and Extraction; 9=Education, Training, and Library; 10=Farming, Fishing, and Forestry; 11=Food Preparation and Serving Related; 12=Healthcare Practitioners and Technical; 13=Healthcare Support; 14=Installation, Maintenance, and Repair ; 15= Legal; 16=Life, Physical, and Social Science; 17= Management; 18=Office and Administrative Support ; 19= Personal Care and Service; 20=Production; 21=Protective Service; 22=Sales and Related; 23=Transportation and Material Moving
demo_mom_p_occ_archIntegerRecommendedArchitecture and Engineering Occupations prior to birth of study child, Mother1::201=Aerospace engineers; 2=Agricultural and biomedical engineers; 3=Architects, except naval; 4=Chemical engineers; 5=Civil engineers; 6=Computer hardware engineers; 7=Drafters; 8=Electrical and electronic engineers; 9=Engineering technicians, except drafters; 10=Engineers, all other; 11=Environmental engineers; 12=Industrial engineers, including health and safety; 13=Marine engineers and naval architects; 14=Materials engineers; 15=Mechanical engineers; 16=Mining and geological engineers, including mining safety engineers; 17=Nuclear engineers; 18=Petroleum engineers; 19=Surveying and mapping technicians; 20=Surveyors, cartographers, and photogrammetrists
demo_mom_p_occ_artIntegerRecommendedArts, Design, Entertaining, Sports, and Media Occupations prior to birth of study child, Mother1::181=Actors; 2=Announcers; 3=Artists and related workers; 4=Arts; 5=Athletes, coaches, umpires, and related workers; 6=Broadcast and sound engineering technicians and radio operators, and media and communication equipment workers, all other; 7=Dancers and choreographers; 8=Designers; 9=Editors Technical writers; 10=Entertainers and performers, sports and related workers, all other; 11=Miscellaneous media and communication workers; 12=Musicians, singers, and related workers; 13=News analysts, reporters and correspondents; 14=Photographers; 15=Producers and directors; 16=Public relations specialists; 17=Television, video, and motion picture camera operators and editors; 18=Writers and authors
demo_mom_p_occ_buildingIntegerRecommendedBuilding and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance Occupations prior to birth of study child, Mother1::61=First-line supervisors/managers of housekeeping and janitorial workers; 2=First-line supervisors/managers of landscaping, lawn service, and groundskeeping workers; 3=Grounds maintenance workers; 4=Janitors and building cleaners; 5=Maids and housekeeping cleaners; 6=Pest control workers
demo_mom_p_occ_businessIntegerRecommendedBusiness and Financial Operations Occupations prior to birth of study child, Mother1::21=Business Operations Specialist; 2=Financial Specialist
demo_mom_p_occ_bus_opIntegerRecommendedBusiness Operations Specialist Occupations prior to birth of study child, Mother1::161=Agents and business managers of artists, performers, and athletes; 2=Business operations specialists, all other; 3=Claims adjusters, appraisers, examiners, and investigators; 4=Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists; 5=Compliance officers; 6=Cost estimators; 7=Fundraisers; 8=Human resource workers; 9=Logisticians; 10=Management analysts; 11=Market research analysts and marketing specialists; 12=Meeting, convention, and event planners; 13=Purchasing agents and buyers, farm products; 14=Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products; 15=Training and development specialists; 16=Wholesale and retail buyers, except farm products
demo_mom_p_occ_bus_finIntegerRecommendedFinancial Specialist Occupations prior to birth of study child, Mother1::121=Accountants and auditors; 2=Appraisers and assessors of real estate; 3=Budget analysts; 4=Credit analysts; 5=Financial analysts; 6=Financial examiners; 7=Financial specialists, all other; 8=Insurance underwriters; 9=Loan counselors and officers; 10=Personal financial advisors; 11=Tax examiners, collectors, and revenue agents; 12=Tax prepares
demo_mom_p_occ_commIntegerRecommendedCommunity and Social Services Occupations prior to birth of study child, Mother1::91=Clergy; 2=Counselors; 3=Directors, religious activities and education; 4=Miscellaneous community and social service specialists, including health educators and community 5= health workers; 6=Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists; 7=Religious workers, all other; 8=Social and human service assistants; 9=Social workers
demo_mom_p_occ_compIntegerRecommendedComputer and Mathematical Occupations prior to birth of study child, Mother1::141=Actuaries; 2=Computer and information research scientists; 3=Computer network architects; 4=Computer occupations, all other; 5=Computer programmers; 6=Computer support specialists; 7=Computer systems analysts; 8=Database administrators; 9=Information security analysts; 10=Mathematicians, statisticians and miscellaneous mathematical science occupations; 11=Network and computer systems administrators; 12=Operations research analysts; 13=Software developers, applications and systems software; 14=Web developers
demo_mom_p_occ_constrIntegerRecommendedConstruction and Extraction Occupations prior to birth of study child, Mother1::351=Boilermakers; 2=Brickmasons, blockmasons, and stonemasons; 3=Carpenters; 4=Carpet, floor, and tile installers and finishers; 5=Cement masons, concrete finishers, and terrazzo workers; 6=Construction and building inspectors; 7=Construction equipment operators, except Paving, surfacing, and tamping equipment operators; 8=Construction laborers; 9=Derrick, rotary drill, and service unit operators, oil, gas, and mining; 10=Drywall installers, ceiling tile installers, and tapers; 11=Earth drillers, except oil and gas; 12=Electricians; 13=Elevator installers and repairers; 14=Explosives workers, ordnance handling experts, and blasters; 15=Fence erectors; 16=First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers; 17=Glaziers; 18=Hazardous materials removal workers; 19=Helpers, construction trades; 20=Highway maintenance workers ;21=Insulation workers; 22=Mining machine operators; 23=Miscellaneous construction and related workers, including photovoltaic installers Extraction Workers; 24=Other extraction workers, including roof bolters and helpers; 25=Painters, construction and maintenance and paperhangers; 26=Paving, surfacing, and tamping equipment operators; 27=Pipelayers, plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters; 28=Plasterers and stucco masons; 29=Rail-track laying and maintenance equipment operators; 30=Reinforcing iron and rebar workers ;31=Roofers ;32= Roustabouts, oil and gas; 33=Septic tank servicers and sewer pipe cleaners; 34=Sheet metal workers; 35=Structural iron and steel workers
demo_mom_p_occ_eduIntegerRecommendedEducation Training and Library Occupations prior to birth of study child, Mother1::111=Archivists, curators, and museum technicians; 2=Elementary and middle school teachers; 3=Librarians; 4=Library technicians; 5= Postsecondary teachers; 6=Preschool and kindergarten teachers; 7=Secondary school teachers; 8=Special education teachers; 9=Teacher assistants; 10=Other teachers and instructors; 11=Other education, training, and library workers
demo_mom_p_occ_farmIntegerRecommendedFarming, Fishing, and Forestry prior to birth of study child, Mother1::71=Agricultural inspectors; 2=First-line supervisors of farming, fishing, and forestry workers; 3=Fishing and hunting workers; 4=Forest and conservation workers; 5=Graders and sorters, agricultural products; 6=Logging workers; 7=Miscellaneous agricultural workers, including animal breeders
demo_mom_p_occ_foodIntegerRecommendedFood Preparation and Serving Related prior to birth of study child, Mother1::121=Bartenders; 2=Chefs and head cooks; 3=Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food; 4=Cooks; 5=Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop; 6=Dishwashers; 7=First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers; 8=Food preparation and serving related workers, all other including dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers; 9=Food preparation workers; 10=Food servers, non-restaurant; 11=Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop; 12=Waiters and waitresses
demo_mom_p_occ_healthIntegerRecommendedHealthcare Practitioners and Technical prior to birth of study child, Mother1::291=Audiologists; 2=Chiropractors; 3=Clinical laboratory technologists and technicians; 4=Dental hygienists; 5=Dentists; 6=Diagnostic related technologists and technicians; 7=Dietitians and nutritionists; 8=Emergency medical technicians and paramedics; 9=Exercise physiologists and therapists, all other; 10=Health diagnosing and treating practitioner support technicians; 11=Health diagnosing and treating practitioners, all other; 12=Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses; 13=Medical records and health information technicians; 14=Nurse anesthetists; 15=Nurse midwives and nurse practitioners; 16=Occupational therapists; 17=Opticians, dispensing; 18=Optometrists; 19=Pharmacists; 20=Physical therapists ;21=Physician assistants; 22=Physicians and surgeons; 23=Radiation therapists; 24=Recreational therapists; 25=Respiratory therapists; 26=Speech-language pathologists; 27=Veterinarians 29-1131 3255 Registered nurses; 28=Miscellaneous health technologists and technicians; 29=Other healthcare practitioners and technical occupations, including podiatrists
demo_mom_p_occ_healthsuppIntegerRecommendedHealthcare Support prior to birth of study child, Mother1::111=Dental assistants; 2=Massage therapists; 3=Medical assistants; 4=Medical transcriptionists; 5=Nursing, psychiatric, and home health aides; 6=Occupational therapist assistants and aides; 7=Pharmacy aides; 8=Phlebotomists; 9=Physical therapist assistants and aides; 10=Veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers; 11=Miscellaneous healthcare support occupations, including medical equipment preparers
demo_mom_p_occ_maintenIntegerRecommendedInstallation, Maintenance, and Repair prior to birth of study child, Mother1::331=Aircraft mechanics and service technicians; 2=Automotive body and related repairers; 3=Automotive glass installers and repairers; 4=Automotive service technicians and mechanics; 5=Avionics technicians; 6=Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists; 7=Coin, vending, and amusement machine servicers and repairers; 8=Computer, automated teller, and office machine repairers; 9=Control and valve installers and repairers; 10=Electric motor, power tool, and related repairers; 11=Electrical and electronics repairers, transportation equipment, industrial and utility; 12=Electrical power-line installers and repairers; 13=Electronic equipment installers and repairers, motor vehicles; 14=Electronic home entertainment equipment installers and repairers; 15=First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers; 16=Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers; 17=Heavy vehicle and mobile equipment service technicians and mechanics; 18=Helpers--installation, maintenance, and repair workers ; 19= Home appliance repairers; 20=Industrial and refractory machinery mechanics ;21=Locksmiths and safe repairers; 22=Maintenance and repair workers, general; 23=Maintenance workers, machinery; 24=Manufactured building and mobile home installers; 25=Millwrights; 26=Miscellaneous vehicle and mobile equipment mechanics, installers, and repairers; 27=Precision instrument and equipment repairers; 28=Radio and telecommunications equipment installers and repairers; 29=Riggers; 30=Security and fire alarm systems installers ;31=Small engine mechanics ;32= Telecommunications line installers and repairers; 33=Other installation, maintenance, and repair workers, including wind turbine service technicians, commercial divers, and signal and train switch repairers
demo_p_mom_occ_legIntegerRecommendedLegal prior to birth of study child, Mother1::41=Judicial law clerks; 2=Lawyers, Judges, magistrates, and other judicial workers; 3=Paralegals and legal assistants; 4=Miscellaneous legal support workers
demo_mom_p_occ_socialscienceIntegerRecommendedLife, Physical, and Social Science prior to birth of study child, Mother1::181=Agricultural and food science technicians; 2=Agricultural and food scientists; 3=Astronomers and physicists; 4=Atmospheric and space scientists; 5=Biological scientists; 6=Biological technicians; 7=Chemical technicians; 8=Chemists and materials scientists; 9=Conservation scientists and foresters; 10=Economists; 11=Environmental scientists and geoscientists; 12=Geological and petroleum technicians; 13=Medical scientists and life scientists, all other; 14=Physical scientists, all other; 15=Psychologists; 16=Urban and regional planners; 17=Miscellaneous life, physical, and social science technicians; 18=Miscellaneous social scientists, including survey researchers and sociologists
demo_mom_p_occ_mgmtIntegerRecommendedManagement prior to birth of study child, Mother1::271=Administrative services managers; 2=Advertising and promotions managers; 3=Chief executives; 4=Compensation and benefits managers; 5=Computer and information systems managers; 6=Construction managers; 7=Education administrators; 8=Emergency management directors; 9=Engineering managers; 10=Farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural managers; 11=Financial managers; 12=Food service managers; 13=Gaming managers; 14=General and operations managers; 15=Human resources managers ; 16= Industrial production managers; 17=Lodging managers; 18=Marketing and sales managers; 19=Medical and health services managers; 20=Natural sciences managers ;21=Property, real estate, and community association managers; 22=Public relations managers; 23=Purchasing managers; 24=Social and community service managers ; 25= Training and development managers; 26=Transportation, storage, and distribution managers ; 27= Managers, all other
demo_mom_p_occ_officeIntegerRecommendedOffice and Administrative Support prior to birth of study child, Mother1::491=Bill and account collectors; 2=Billing and posting clerks and machine operators; 3=Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks; 4=Brokerage clerks; 5=Cargo and freight agents; 6=Communications equipment operators, all other; 7=Correspondence clerks and order clerks; 8=Couriers and messengers; 9=Court, municipal, and license clerks; 10=Credit authorizers, checkers, and clerks; 11=Customer service representatives; 12=Data entry keyers; 13=Dispatchers; 14=Eligibility interviewers, government programs; 15=File Clerks; 16=Financial clerks, all other; 17=First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers; 18=Gaming cage workers ; 19= Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks; 20=Human resources assistants, except payroll and timekeeping ;21=Information and record clerks, all other; 22=Insurance claims and policy processing clerks; 23=Interviewers, except eligibility and loan; 24=Library assistants, clerical; 25=Loan interviewers and clerks; 26=Mail clerks and mail machine operators, except postal service; 27=Meter readers, utilities ; 28= New accounts clerks; 29=Office clerks, general; 30=Office machine operators, except computer ;31=Payroll and timekeeping clerks ;32= Postal service clerks; 33=Postal service mail carriers; 34=Postal service mail sorters, processors, and processing machine operators; 35=Procurement clerks ;36= Production, planning, and expediting clerks ;37= Proofreaders and copy markers ;38= Receptionists and information clerks ;39= Reservation and transportation ticket agents and travel clerks ;40= Secretaries and administrative assistants ; 41=Computer operators ;42= Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks ;43= Statistical assistants ; 44= Stock clerks and order fillers ; 45= Telephone operators ;46= Tellers ;47= Weighers, measurers, checkers, and samplers, recordkeeping ;48= Word processors and typists ;49= Office and administrative support workers, including desktop publishers
demo_mom_p_occ_perscareIntegerRecommendedPersonal Care and Service prior to birth of study child, Mother1::201=Animal trainers; 2=Baggage porters, bellhops, and concierges; 3=Barbers; 4=Child care workers; 5=Embalmers and funeral attendants; 6=First-line supervisors/managers of gaming workers; 7=First-line supervisors/managers of personal service workers; 8=Gaming services workers; 9=Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists; 10=Miscellaneous entertainment attendants and related workers; 11=Morticians, undertakers, and funeral directors; 12=Motion picture projectionists; 13=Nonfarm animal caretakers; 14=Personal and home care aides; 15=Recreation and fitness workers; 16=Residential advisors; 17=Tour and travel guides; 18=Ushers, lobby attendants, and ticket takers; 19=Miscellaneous personal appearance workers; 20=Personal care and service workers, all other
demo_mom_p_occ_prodIntegerRecommendedProduction prior to birth of study child, Mother1::671=Aircraft structure, surfaces, rigging, and systems assemblers; 2=Bakers; 3=Butchers and other meat, poultry, and fish processing workers; 4=Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters; 5=Cementing and gluing machine operators and tenders; 6=Chemical processing machine setters, operators, and tenders; 7=Cleaning, washing, and metal pickling equipment operators and tenders; 8=Computer control programmers and operators; 9=Crushing, grinding, polishing, mixing, and blending workers; 10=Cutting workers; 11=Cutting, punching, and press machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic; 12=Electrical, electronics, and electromechanical assemblers; 13=Engine and other machine assemblers; 14=Etchers and engravers; 15=Extruding and drawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic; 16=Extruding, forming, pressing, and compacting machine setters, operators, and tenders; 17=First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers; 18=Food and tobacco roasting, baking, and drying machine operators and tenders; 19=Food batchmakers; 20=Food cooking machine operators and tenders ;21=Food processing workers, all other; 22=Furnace, kiln, oven, drier, and kettle operators and tenders; 23=Furniture finishers; 24=Grinding, lapping, polishing, and buffing machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic; 25=Helpers--production workers; 26=Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers; 27=Jewelers and precious stone and metal workers; 28=Lathe and turning machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic; 29=Laundry and dry-cleaning workers; 30=Machinists ;31=Medical, dental, and ophthalmic laboratory technicians ;32= Metal furnace and kiln operators and tenders; 33=Metalworkers and plastic workers, all other; 34=Miscellaneous assemblers and fabricators; 35=Miscellaneous plant and system operators ;36= Miscellaneous textile, apparel, and furnishings workers, except upholsterers ;37= Miscellaneous woodworkers, including model makers and pattern makers ;38= Molders and molding machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic ;39= Molders, shapers, and casters, except metal and plastic ;40= Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders ;41=Painting workers ;42= Paper goods machine setters, operators, and tenders ;43= Photographic process workers and processing machine operators ;44= Plating and coating machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic ;45= Power plant operators, distributors, and dispatchers ;46= Prepress technicians and workers ;47= Pressers, textile, garment, and related materials ;48= Print binding and finishing workers ;49= Printing press operators ;50= Production workers, including semiconductor processors and cooling and freezing equipment operators ;51=Rolling machine setters, operators, and tenders and forging machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic ;52= Sawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, wood ;53= Sewing machine operators ;54= Shoe and leather workers and repairers ;55= Stationary engineers and boiler operators ;56= Structural metal fabricators and fitters ;57= Tailors, dressmakers, and sewers ;58= Textile cutting machine setters, operators, and tenders ; 59= Textile knitting and weaving machine setters, operators, and tenders ;60= Textile winding, twisting, and drawing out machine setters, operators and tenders ;61=Tire builders ;62= Tool and die makers ;63= Tool grinders, filers, and sharpeners ;64= Upholsterers ;65= Water and liquid waste treatment plant and system operators ;66= Welding, soldering, and brazing workers ;67= Woodworking machine setters, operators, and tenders, except sawing
demo_mom_p_occ_protIntegerRecommendedProtective Service prior to birth of study child, Mother1::151=Animal control workers; 2=Bailiffs, correctional officers, and jailers; 3=Crossing guards; 4=Detectives and criminal investigators; 5=Fire inspectors; 6=First-line supervisors/managers of correctional officers; 7=First-line supervisors/managers of fire fighting and prevention workers; 8=First-line supervisors/managers of police and detectives; 9=Lifeguards and other recreational and all other protective service workers; 10=Miscellaneous law enforcement workers; 11=Police officers; 12=Private detectives and investigators; 13=Security guards and gaming surveillance officers; 14=Supervisors, protective service workers, all other 33-1099 3740 Fire fighters; 15=Transportation security screeners
demo_mom_p_occ_saleIntegerRecommendedSales and Related prior to birth of study child, Mother1::181=Advertising sales agents; 2=Cashiers; 3=Counter and rental clerks; 4=Door-to-door sales workers, news and street vendors, and related workers; 5= First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers; 6=First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers; 7=Insurance sales agents; 8=Models, demonstrators, and product promoters; 9=Parts salespersons; 10=Real estate brokers and sales agents; 11=Retail salespersons; 12=Sales and related workers, all other; 13=Sales engineers; 14=Sales representatives, services, all other; 15=Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing; 16=Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents; 17=Telemarketers; 18=Travel agents
demo_mom_p_occ_transIntegerRecommendedTransportation and Material Moving prior to birth of study child, Mother1::291=Air traffic controllers and airfield operations specialists; 2=Aircraft pilots and flight engineers; 3=Ambulance drivers and attendants, except emergency medical technicians; 4=Bus drivers; 5=Cleaners of vehicles and equipment; 6=Crane and tower operators; 7=Dredge, excavating, and loading machine operators; 8=Driver/sales workers and truck drivers; 9=Hoist and winch operators, and conveyor operators and tenders; 10=Industrial truck and tractor operators; 11=Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand; 12=Locomotive engineers and operators; 13=Machine feeders and offbearers; 14=Material moving workers, including mine shuttle operators and tank car, truck, and ship loaders; 15=Motor vehicle operators, all other; 16=Other transportation workers, including bridge and lock tenders; 17=Packers and packagers, hand; 18=Parking lot attendants; 19=Pumping station operators; 20=Railroad brake, signal, switch operators, conductors and yardmasters ;21=Refuse and recyclable material collectors; 22=Sailors and marine oilers, and ship engineers; 23=Service station attendants; 24=Ship and boat captains and operators; 25=Subway, streetcar, and other rail transportation workers; 26=Supervisors, transportation and material moving workers; 27=Taxi drivers and chauffeurs; 28=Transportation attendants, except flight attendants; 29=Transportation inspectors
subjectkey_fatherGUIDRecommendedThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for subject's biological fatherNDAR*
src_father_idString100Recommendedsite specific father ID
father_raceString55RecommendedFather's race
American Indian/Alaska Native; Asian; Hawaiian or Pacific Islander; Black or African American; White; More than one race; Unknown or not reported
demo_dad_race
father_other_raceString20RecommendedFather Other race (please specify):demo_dad_race_multiple
bio_father_ethnicityString50RecommendedBiological Father ethnicity (Hispanic or Latino, Not Hispanic or Latino, No Answer)
Hispanic or Latino; Not Hispanic or Latino; No Answer
demo_dad_ethc
demo_dad_eduIntegerRecommendedFather's education1::8; 971=Less than 7th grade; 2=Junior High; 3=Some High School; 4=High School graduate; 5= Some college; 6=Special training after high school; 7=College graduate; 8=Graduate/professional training; 97=DK
demo_dad_employIntegerRecommendedFather's current employment status1::6; 971=Not employed/Stay-at-home parent; 2=Self-employed part-time; 3=Self-employed full time; 4=Employed part-time; 5= Employed full-time; 6=Employed full-time and second job; 97=DK
demo_dad_occIntegerRecommendedFather's current occupation (options will appear after you pick an occupation category)1::231=Architecture and Engineering; 2=Armed Forces; 3=Arts, Design, Entertaining, Sports, and Media; 4=Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance; 5= Business and Financial Operations; 6=Community and Social Services; 7=Computer and Mathematical; 8=Construction and Extraction; 9=Education, Training, and Library; 10=Farming, Fishing, and Forestry; 11=Food Preparation and Serving Related; 12=Healthcare Practitioners and Technical; 13=Healthcare Support; 14=Installation, Maintenance, and Repair ; 15= Legal; 16=Life, Physical, and Social Science; 17= Management; 18=Office and Administrative Support ; 19= Personal Care and Service; 20=Production; 21=Protective Service; 22=Sales and Related; 23=Transportation and Material Moving
demo_dad_occ_archIntegerRecommendedArchitecture and Engineering Occupations Father1::201=Aerospace engineers; 2=Agricultural and biomedical engineers; 3=Architects, except naval; 4=Chemical engineers; 5=Civil engineers; 6=Computer hardware engineers; 7=Drafters; 8=Electrical and electronic engineers; 9=Engineering technicians, except drafters; 10=Engineers, all other; 11=Environmental engineers; 12=Industrial engineers, including health and safety; 13=Marine engineers and naval architects; 14=Materials engineers; 15=Mechanical engineers; 16=Mining and geological engineers, including mining safety engineers; 17=Nuclear engineers; 18=Petroleum engineers; 19=Surveying and mapping technicians; 20=Surveyors, cartographers, and photogrammetrists
demo_dad_occ_artIntegerRecommendedArts, Design, Entertaining, Sports, and Media Occupations Father1::181=Actors; 2=Announcers; 3=Artists and related workers; 4=Arts; 5=Athletes, coaches, umpires, and related workers; 6=Broadcast and sound engineering technicians and radio operators, and media and communication equipment workers, all other; 7=Dancers and choreographers; 8=Designers; 9=Editors Technical writers; 10=Entertainers and performers, sports and related workers, all other; 11=Miscellaneous media and communication workers; 12=Musicians, singers, and related workers; 13=News analysts, reporters and correspondents; 14=Photographers; 15=Producers and directors; 16=Public relations specialists; 17=Television, video, and motion picture camera operators and editors; 18=Writers and authors
demo_dad_occ_buildingIntegerRecommendedBuilding and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance Occupations Father1::61=First-line supervisors/managers of housekeeping and janitorial workers; 2=First-line supervisors/managers of landscaping, lawn service, and groundskeeping workers; 3=Grounds maintenance workers; 4=Janitors and building cleaners; 5=Maids and housekeeping cleaners; 6=Pest control workers
demo_dad_occ_businessIntegerRecommendedBusiness and Financial Operations Occupations Father1::21=Business Operations Specialist; 2=Financial Specialist
demo_dad_occ_bus_opIntegerRecommendedBusiness Operations Specialist Occupations Father1::161=Agents and business managers of artists, performers, and athletes; 2=Business operations specialists, all other; 3=Claims adjusters, appraisers, examiners, and investigators; 4=Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists; 5=Compliance officers; 6=Cost estimators; 7=Fundraisers; 8=Human resource workers; 9=Logisticians; 10=Management analysts; 11=Market research analysts and marketing specialists; 12=Meeting, convention, and event planners; 13=Purchasing agents and buyers, farm products; 14=Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products; 15=Training and development specialists; 16=Wholesale and retail buyers, except farm products
demo_dad_occ_bus_finIntegerRecommendedFinancial Specialist Occupations Father1::121=Accountants and auditors; 2=Appraisers and assessors of real estate; 3=Budget analysts; 4=Credit analysts; 5=Financial analysts; 6=Financial examiners; 7=Financial specialists, all other; 8=Insurance underwriters; 9=Loan counselors and officers; 10=Personal financial advisors; 11=Tax examiners, collectors, and revenue agents; 12=Tax prepares
demo_dad_occ_commIntegerRecommendedCommunity and Social Services Occupations Father1::91=Clergy; 2=Counselors; 3=Directors, religious activities and education; 4=Miscellaneous community and social service specialists, including health educators and community 5= health workers; 6=Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists; 7=Religious workers, all other; 8=Social and human service assistants; 9=Social workers
demo_dad_occ_compIntegerRecommendedComputer and Mathematical Occupations Father1::141=Actuaries; 2=Computer and information research scientists; 3=Computer network architects; 4=Computer occupations, all other; 5=Computer programmers; 6=Computer support specialists; 7=Computer systems analysts; 8=Database administrators; 9=Information security analysts; 10=Mathematicians, statisticians and miscellaneous mathematical science occupations; 11=Network and computer systems administrators; 12=Operations research analysts; 13=Software developers, applications and systems software; 14=Web developers
demo_dad_occ_constrIntegerRecommendedConstruction and Extraction Occupations Father1::351=Boilermakers; 2=Brickmasons, blockmasons, and stonemasons; 3=Carpenters; 4=Carpet, floor, and tile installers and finishers; 5=Cement masons, concrete finishers, and terrazzo workers; 6=Construction and building inspectors; 7=Construction equipment operators, except Paving, surfacing, and tamping equipment operators; 8=Construction laborers; 9=Derrick, rotary drill, and service unit operators, oil, gas, and mining; 10=Drywall installers, ceiling tile installers, and tapers; 11=Earth drillers, except oil and gas; 12=Electricians; 13=Elevator installers and repairers; 14=Explosives workers, ordnance handling experts, and blasters; 15=Fence erectors; 16=First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers; 17=Glaziers; 18=Hazardous materials removal workers; 19=Helpers, construction trades; 20=Highway maintenance workers ;21=Insulation workers; 22=Mining machine operators; 23=Miscellaneous construction and related workers, including photovoltaic installers Extraction Workers; 24=Other extraction workers, including roof bolters and helpers; 25=Painters, construction and maintenance and paperhangers; 26=Paving, surfacing, and tamping equipment operators; 27=Pipelayers, plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters; 28=Plasterers and stucco masons; 29=Rail-track laying and maintenance equipment operators; 30=Reinforcing iron and rebar workers ;31=Roofers ;32= Roustabouts, oil and gas; 33=Septic tank servicers and sewer pipe cleaners; 34=Sheet metal workers; 35=Structural iron and steel workers
demo_dad_occ_eduIntegerRecommendedEducation Training and Library Occupations Father1::111=Archivists, curators, and museum technicians; 2=Elementary and middle school teachers; 3=Librarians; 4=Library technicians; 5= Postsecondary teachers; 6=Preschool and kindergarten teachers; 7=Secondary school teachers; 8=Special education teachers; 9=Teacher assistants; 10=Other teachers and instructors; 11=Other education, training, and library workers
demo_dad_occ_farmIntegerRecommendedFarming, Fishing, and Forestry Father1::71=Agricultural inspectors; 2=First-line supervisors of farming, fishing, and forestry workers; 3=Fishing and hunting workers; 4=Forest and conservation workers; 5=Graders and sorters, agricultural products; 6=Logging workers; 7=Miscellaneous agricultural workers, including animal breeders
demo_dad_occ_foodIntegerRecommendedFood Preparation and Serving Related Father1::121=Bartenders; 2=Chefs and head cooks; 3=Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food; 4=Cooks; 5=Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop; 6=Dishwashers; 7=First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers; 8=Food preparation and serving related workers, all other including dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers; 9=Food preparation workers; 10=Food servers, non-restaurant; 11=Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop; 12=Waiters and waitresses
demo_dad_occ_healthIntegerRecommendedHealthcare Practitioners and Technical Father1::291=Audiologists; 2=Chiropractors; 3=Clinical laboratory technologists and technicians; 4=Dental hygienists; 5=Dentists; 6=Diagnostic related technologists and technicians; 7=Dietitians and nutritionists; 8=Emergency medical technicians and paramedics; 9=Exercise physiologists and therapists, all other; 10=Health diagnosing and treating practitioner support technicians; 11=Health diagnosing and treating practitioners, all other; 12=Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses; 13=Medical records and health information technicians; 14=Nurse anesthetists; 15=Nurse midwives and nurse practitioners; 16=Occupational therapists; 17=Opticians, dispensing; 18=Optometrists; 19=Pharmacists; 20=Physical therapists ;21=Physician assistants; 22=Physicians and surgeons; 23=Radiation therapists; 24=Recreational therapists; 25=Respiratory therapists; 26=Speech-language pathologists; 27=Veterinarians 29-1131 3255 Registered nurses; 28=Miscellaneous health technologists and technicians; 29=Other healthcare practitioners and technical occupations, including podiatrists
demo_dad_occ_healthsuppIntegerRecommendedHealthcare Support Father1::111=Dental assistants; 2=Massage therapists; 3=Medical assistants; 4=Medical transcriptionists; 5=Nursing, psychiatric, and home health aides; 6=Occupational therapist assistants and aides; 7=Pharmacy aides; 8=Phlebotomists; 9=Physical therapist assistants and aides; 10=Veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers; 11=Miscellaneous healthcare support occupations, including medical equipment preparers
demo_dad_occ_maintenIntegerRecommendedInstallation, Maintenance, and Repair Father1::331=Aircraft mechanics and service technicians; 2=Automotive body and related repairers; 3=Automotive glass installers and repairers; 4=Automotive service technicians and mechanics; 5=Avionics technicians; 6=Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists; 7=Coin, vending, and amusement machine servicers and repairers; 8=Computer, automated teller, and office machine repairers; 9=Control and valve installers and repairers; 10=Electric motor, power tool, and related repairers; 11=Electrical and electronics repairers, transportation equipment, industrial and utility; 12=Electrical power-line installers and repairers; 13=Electronic equipment installers and repairers, motor vehicles; 14=Electronic home entertainment equipment installers and repairers; 15=First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers; 16=Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers; 17=Heavy vehicle and mobile equipment service technicians and mechanics; 18=Helpers--installation, maintenance, and repair workers ; 19= Home appliance repairers; 20=Industrial and refractory machinery mechanics ;21=Locksmiths and safe repairers; 22=Maintenance and repair workers, general; 23=Maintenance workers, machinery; 24=Manufactured building and mobile home installers; 25=Millwrights; 26=Miscellaneous vehicle and mobile equipment mechanics, installers, and repairers; 27=Precision instrument and equipment repairers; 28=Radio and telecommunications equipment installers and repairers; 29=Riggers; 30=Security and fire alarm systems installers ;31=Small engine mechanics ;32= Telecommunications line installers and repairers; 33=Other installation, maintenance, and repair workers, including wind turbine service technicians, commercial divers, and signal and train switch repairers
demo_dad_occ_legIntegerRecommendedLegal Father1::41=Judicial law clerks; 2=Lawyers, Judges, magistrates, and other judicial workers; 3=Paralegals and legal assistants; 4=Miscellaneous legal support workers
demo_dad_occ_socialscienceIntegerRecommendedLife, Physical, and Social Science Father1::181=Agricultural and food science technicians; 2=Agricultural and food scientists; 3=Astronomers and physicists; 4=Atmospheric and space scientists; 5=Biological scientists; 6=Biological technicians; 7=Chemical technicians; 8=Chemists and materials scientists; 9=Conservation scientists and foresters; 10=Economists; 11=Environmental scientists and geoscientists; 12=Geological and petroleum technicians; 13=Medical scientists and life scientists, all other; 14=Physical scientists, all other; 15=Psychologists; 16=Urban and regional planners; 17=Miscellaneous life, physical, and social science technicians; 18=Miscellaneous social scientists, including survey researchers and sociologists
demo_dad_occ_mgmtIntegerRecommendedManagement Father1::271=Administrative services managers; 2=Advertising and promotions managers; 3=Chief executives; 4=Compensation and benefits managers; 5=Computer and information systems managers; 6=Construction managers; 7=Education administrators; 8=Emergency management directors; 9=Engineering managers; 10=Farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural managers; 11=Financial managers; 12=Food service managers; 13=Gaming managers; 14=General and operations managers; 15=Human resources managers ; 16= Industrial production managers; 17=Lodging managers; 18=Marketing and sales managers; 19=Medical and health services managers; 20=Natural sciences managers ;21=Property, real estate, and community association managers; 22=Public relations managers; 23=Purchasing managers; 24=Social and community service managers ; 25= Training and development managers; 26=Transportation, storage, and distribution managers ; 27= Managers, all other
demo_dad_occ_officeIntegerRecommendedOffice and Administrative Support Father1::491=Bill and account collectors; 2=Billing and posting clerks and machine operators; 3=Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks; 4=Brokerage clerks; 5=Cargo and freight agents; 6=Communications equipment operators, all other; 7=Correspondence clerks and order clerks; 8=Couriers and messengers; 9=Court, municipal, and license clerks; 10=Credit authorizers, checkers, and clerks; 11=Customer service representatives; 12=Data entry keyers; 13=Dispatchers; 14=Eligibility interviewers, government programs; 15=File Clerks; 16=Financial clerks, all other; 17=First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers; 18=Gaming cage workers ; 19= Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks; 20=Human resources assistants, except payroll and timekeeping ;21=Information and record clerks, all other; 22=Insurance claims and policy processing clerks; 23=Interviewers, except eligibility and loan; 24=Library assistants, clerical; 25=Loan interviewers and clerks; 26=Mail clerks and mail machine operators, except postal service; 27=Meter readers, utilities ; 28= New accounts clerks; 29=Office clerks, general; 30=Office machine operators, except computer ;31=Payroll and timekeeping clerks ;32= Postal service clerks; 33=Postal service mail carriers; 34=Postal service mail sorters, processors, and processing machine operators; 35=Procurement clerks ;36= Production, planning, and expediting clerks ;37= Proofreaders and copy markers ;38= Receptionists and information clerks ;39= Reservation and transportation ticket agents and travel clerks ;40= Secretaries and administrative assistants ; 41=Computer operators ;42= Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks ;43= Statistical assistants ; 44= Stock clerks and order fillers ; 45= Telephone operators ;46= Tellers ;47= Weighers, measurers, checkers, and samplers, recordkeeping ;48= Word processors and typists ;49= Office and administrative support workers, including desktop publishers
demo_dad_occ_perscareIntegerRecommendedPersonal Care and Service Father1::201=Animal trainers; 2=Baggage porters, bellhops, and concierges; 3=Barbers; 4=Child care workers; 5=Embalmers and funeral attendants; 6=First-line supervisors/managers of gaming workers; 7=First-line supervisors/managers of personal service workers; 8=Gaming services workers; 9=Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists; 10=Miscellaneous entertainment attendants and related workers; 11=Morticians, undertakers, and funeral directors; 12=Motion picture projectionists; 13=Nonfarm animal caretakers; 14=Personal and home care aides; 15=Recreation and fitness workers; 16=Residential advisors; 17=Tour and travel guides; 18=Ushers, lobby attendants, and ticket takers; 19=Miscellaneous personal appearance workers; 20=Personal care and service workers, all other
demo_dad_occ_prodIntegerRecommendedProduction Father1::671=Aircraft structure, surfaces, rigging, and systems assemblers; 2=Bakers; 3=Butchers and other meat, poultry, and fish processing workers; 4=Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters; 5=Cementing and gluing machine operators and tenders; 6=Chemical processing machine setters, operators, and tenders; 7=Cleaning, washing, and metal pickling equipment operators and tenders; 8=Computer control programmers and operators; 9=Crushing, grinding, polishing, mixing, and blending workers; 10=Cutting workers; 11=Cutting, punching, and press machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic; 12=Electrical, electronics, and electromechanical assemblers; 13=Engine and other machine assemblers; 14=Etchers and engravers; 15=Extruding and drawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic; 16=Extruding, forming, pressing, and compacting machine setters, operators, and tenders; 17=First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers; 18=Food and tobacco roasting, baking, and drying machine operators and tenders; 19=Food batchmakers; 20=Food cooking machine operators and tenders ;21=Food processing workers, all other; 22=Furnace, kiln, oven, drier, and kettle operators and tenders; 23=Furniture finishers; 24=Grinding, lapping, polishing, and buffing machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic; 25=Helpers--production workers; 26=Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers; 27=Jewelers and precious stone and metal workers; 28=Lathe and turning machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic; 29=Laundry and dry-cleaning workers; 30=Machinists ;31=Medical, dental, and ophthalmic laboratory technicians ;32= Metal furnace and kiln operators and tenders; 33=Metalworkers and plastic workers, all other; 34=Miscellaneous assemblers and fabricators; 35=Miscellaneous plant and system operators ;36= Miscellaneous textile, apparel, and furnishings workers, except upholsterers ;37= Miscellaneous woodworkers, including model makers and pattern makers ;38= Molders and molding machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic ;39= Molders, shapers, and casters, except metal and plastic ;40= Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders ;41=Painting workers ;42= Paper goods machine setters, operators, and tenders ;43= Photographic process workers and processing machine operators ;44= Plating and coating machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic ;45= Power plant operators, distributors, and dispatchers ;46= Prepress technicians and workers ;47= Pressers, textile, garment, and related materials ;48= Print binding and finishing workers ;49= Printing press operators ;50= Production workers, including semiconductor processors and cooling and freezing equipment operators ;51=Rolling machine setters, operators, and tenders and forging machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic ;52= Sawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, wood ;53= Sewing machine operators ;54= Shoe and leather workers and repairers ;55= Stationary engineers and boiler operators ;56= Structural metal fabricators and fitters ;57= Tailors, dressmakers, and sewers ;58= Textile cutting machine setters, operators, and tenders ; 59= Textile knitting and weaving machine setters, operators, and tenders ;60= Textile winding, twisting, and drawing out machine setters, operators and tenders ;61=Tire builders ;62= Tool and die makers ;63= Tool grinders, filers, and sharpeners ;64= Upholsterers ;65= Water and liquid waste treatment plant and system operators ;66= Welding, soldering, and brazing workers ;67= Woodworking machine setters, operators, and tenders, except sawing
demo_dad_occ_protIntegerRecommendedProtective Service Father1::151=Animal control workers; 2=Bailiffs, correctional officers, and jailers; 3=Crossing guards; 4=Detectives and criminal investigators; 5=Fire inspectors; 6=First-line supervisors/managers of correctional officers; 7=First-line supervisors/managers of fire fighting and prevention workers; 8=First-line supervisors/managers of police and detectives; 9=Lifeguards and other recreational and all other protective service workers; 10=Miscellaneous law enforcement workers; 11=Police officers; 12=Private detectives and investigators; 13=Security guards and gaming surveillance officers; 14=Supervisors, protective service workers, all other 33-1099 3740 Fire fighters; 15=Transportation security screeners
demo_dad_occ_saleIntegerRecommendedSales and Related Father1::181=Advertising sales agents; 2=Cashiers; 3=Counter and rental clerks; 4=Door-to-door sales workers, news and street vendors, and related workers; 5= First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers; 6=First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers; 7=Insurance sales agents; 8=Models, demonstrators, and product promoters; 9=Parts salespersons; 10=Real estate brokers and sales agents; 11=Retail salespersons; 12=Sales and related workers, all other; 13=Sales engineers; 14=Sales representatives, services, all other; 15=Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing; 16=Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents; 17=Telemarketers; 18=Travel agents
demo_dad_occ_transIntegerRecommendedTransportation and Material Moving Father1::291=Air traffic controllers and airfield operations specialists; 2=Aircraft pilots and flight engineers; 3=Ambulance drivers and attendants, except emergency medical technicians; 4=Bus drivers; 5=Cleaners of vehicles and equipment; 6=Crane and tower operators; 7=Dredge, excavating, and loading machine operators; 8=Driver/sales workers and truck drivers; 9=Hoist and winch operators, and conveyor operators and tenders; 10=Industrial truck and tractor operators; 11=Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand; 12=Locomotive engineers and operators; 13=Machine feeders and offbearers; 14=Material moving workers, including mine shuttle operators and tank car, truck, and ship loaders; 15=Motor vehicle operators, all other; 16=Other transportation workers, including bridge and lock tenders; 17=Packers and packagers, hand; 18=Parking lot attendants; 19=Pumping station operators; 20=Railroad brake, signal, switch operators, conductors and yardmasters ;21=Refuse and recyclable material collectors; 22=Sailors and marine oilers, and ship engineers; 23=Service station attendants; 24=Ship and boat captains and operators; 25=Subway, streetcar, and other rail transportation workers; 26=Supervisors, transportation and material moving workers; 27=Taxi drivers and chauffeurs; 28=Transportation attendants, except flight attendants; 29=Transportation inspectors
demo_dad_occ_sameIntegerRecommendedDid the Father have the same occupation before the study child was born?
0;1
0=No;1=Yes
demo_dad_p_occIntegerRecommendedFather's occupation prior to birth of study child:1::231=Architecture and Engineering; 2=Armed Forces; 3=Arts, Design, Entertaining, Sports, and Media; 4=Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance; 5= Business and Financial Operations; 6=Community and Social Services; 7=Computer and Mathematical; 8=Construction and Extraction; 9=Education, Training, and Library; 10=Farming, Fishing, and Forestry; 11=Food preparation and Serving Related; 12=Healthcare Practitioners and Technical; 13=Healthcare Support; 14=Installation, Maintenance, and Repair ; 15= Legal; 16=Life, Physical, and Social Science; 17= Management; 18=Office and Administrative Support ; 19= Personal Care and Service; 20=Production; 21=Protective Service; 22=Sales and Related; 23=Transportation and Material Moving
demo_dad_p_occ_archIntegerRecommendedArchitecture and Engineering Occupations prior to birth of study child, Father1::201=Aerospace engineers; 2=Agricultural and biomedical engineers; 3=Architects, except naval; 4=Chemical engineers; 5=Civil engineers; 6=Computer hardware engineers; 7=Drafters; 8=Electrical and electronic engineers; 9=Engineering technicians, except drafters; 10=Engineers, all other; 11=Environmental engineers; 12=Industrial engineers, including health and safety; 13=Marine engineers and naval architects; 14=Materials engineers; 15=Mechanical engineers; 16=Mining and geological engineers, including mining safety engineers; 17=Nuclear engineers; 18=Petroleum engineers; 19=Surveying and mapping technicians; 20=Surveyors, cartographers, and photogrammetrists
demo_dad_p_occ_artIntegerRecommendedArts, Design, Entertaining, Sports, and Media Occupations prior to birth of study child, Father1::181=Actors; 2=Announcers; 3=Artists and related workers; 4=Arts; 5=Athletes, coaches, umpires, and related workers; 6=Broadcast and sound engineering technicians and radio operators, and media and communication equipment workers, all other; 7=Dancers and choreographers; 8=Designers; 9=Editors Technical writers; 10=Entertainers and performers, sports and related workers, all other; 11=Miscellaneous media and communication workers; 12=Musicians, singers, and related workers; 13=News analysts, reporters and correspondents; 14=Photographers; 15=Producers and directors; 16=Public relations specialists; 17=Television, video, and motion picture camera operators and editors; 18=Writers and authors
demo_dad_p_occ_buildingIntegerRecommendedBuilding and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance Occupations prior to birth of study child, Father1::61=First-line supervisors/managers of housekeeping and janitorial workers; 2=First-line supervisors/managers of landscaping, lawn service, and groundskeeping workers; 3=Grounds maintenance workers; 4=Janitors and building cleaners; 5=Maids and housekeeping cleaners; 6=Pest control workers
demo_dad_p_occ_businessIntegerRecommendedBusiness and Financial Operations Occupations prior to birth of study child, Father1::21=Business Operations Specialist; 2=Financial Specialist
demo_dad_p_occ_bus_opIntegerRecommendedBusiness Operations Specialist Occupations prior to birth of study child, Father1::161=Agents and business managers of artists, performers, and athletes; 2=Business operations specialists, all other; 3=Claims adjusters, appraisers, examiners, and investigators; 4=Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists; 5=Compliance officers; 6=Cost estimators; 7=Fundraisers; 8=Human resource workers; 9=Logisticians; 10=Management analysts; 11=Market research analysts and marketing specialists; 12=Meeting, convention, and event planners; 13=Purchasing agents and buyers, farm products; 14=Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products; 15=Training and development specialists; 16=Wholesale and retail buyers, except farm products
demo_dad_p_occ_bus_finIntegerRecommendedFinancial Specialist Occupations prior to birth of study child, Father1::121=Accountants and auditors; 2=Appraisers and assessors of real estate; 3=Budget analysts; 4=Credit analysts; 5=Financial analysts; 6=Financial examiners; 7=Financial specialists, all other; 8=Insurance underwriters; 9=Loan counselors and officers; 10=Personal financial advisors; 11=Tax examiners, collectors, and revenue agents; 12=Tax prepares
demo_dad_p_occ_commIntegerRecommendedCommunity and Social Services Occupations prior to birth of study child, Father1::91=Clergy; 2=Counselors; 3=Directors, religious activities and education; 4=Miscellaneous community and social service specialists, including health educators and community 5= health workers; 6=Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists; 7=Religious workers, all other; 8=Social and human service assistants; 9=Social workers
demo_dad_p_occ_compIntegerRecommendedComputer and Mathematical Occupations prior to birth of study child, Father1::141=Actuaries; 2=Computer and information research scientists; 3=Computer network architects; 4=Computer occupations, all other; 5=Computer programmers; 6=Computer support specialists; 7=Computer systems analysts; 8=Database administrators; 9=Information security analysts; 10=Mathematicians, statisticians and miscellaneous mathematical science occupations; 11=Network and computer systems administrators; 12=Operations research analysts; 13=Software developers, applications and systems software; 14=Web developers
demo_dad_p_occ_constrIntegerRecommendedConstruction and Extraction Occupations prior to birth of study child, Father1::351=Boilermakers; 2=Brickmasons, blockmasons, and stonemasons; 3=Carpenters; 4=Carpet, floor, and tile installers and finishers; 5=Cement masons, concrete finishers, and terrazzo workers; 6=Construction and building inspectors; 7=Construction equipment operators, except Paving, surfacing, and tamping equipment operators; 8=Construction laborers; 9=Derrick, rotary drill, and service unit operators, oil, gas, and mining; 10=Drywall installers, ceiling tile installers, and tapers; 11=Earth drillers, except oil and gas; 12=Electricians; 13=Elevator installers and repairers; 14=Explosives workers, ordnance handling experts, and blasters; 15=Fence erectors; 16=First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers; 17=Glaziers; 18=Hazardous materials removal workers; 19=Helpers, construction trades; 20=Highway maintenance workers ;21=Insulation workers; 22=Mining machine operators; 23=Miscellaneous construction and related workers, including photovoltaic installers Extraction Workers; 24=Other extraction workers, including roof bolters and helpers; 25=Painters, construction and maintenance and paperhangers; 26=Paving, surfacing, and tamping equipment operators; 27=Pipelayers, plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters; 28=Plasterers and stucco masons; 29=Rail-track laying and maintenance equipment operators; 30=Reinforcing iron and rebar workers ;31=Roofers ;32= Roustabouts, oil and gas; 33=Septic tank servicers and sewer pipe cleaners; 34=Sheet metal workers; 35=Structural iron and steel workers
demo_dad_p_occ_eduIntegerRecommendedEducation Training and Library Occupations prior to birth of study child, Father1::111=Archivists, curators, and museum technicians; 2=Elementary and middle school teachers; 3=Librarians; 4=Library technicians; 5= Postsecondary teachers; 6=Preschool and kindergarten teachers; 7=Secondary school teachers; 8=Special education teachers; 9=Teacher assistants; 10=Other teachers and instructors; 11=Other education, training, and library workers
demo_dad_p_occ_farmIntegerRecommendedFarming, Fishing, and Forestry prior to birth of study child, Father1::71=Agricultural inspectors; 2=First-line supervisors of farming, fishing, and forestry workers; 3=Fishing and hunting workers; 4=Forest and conservation workers; 5=Graders and sorters, agricultural products; 6=Logging workers; 7=Miscellaneous agricultural workers, including animal breeders
demo_dad_p_occ_foodIntegerRecommendedFood Preparation and Serving Related prior to birth of study child, Father1::121=Bartenders; 2=Chefs and head cooks; 3=Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food; 4=Cooks; 5=Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop; 6=Dishwashers; 7=First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers; 8=Food preparation and serving related workers, all other including dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers; 9=Food preparation workers; 10=Food servers, non-restaurant; 11=Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop; 12=Waiters and waitresses
demo_dad_p_occ_healthIntegerRecommendedHealthcare Practitioners and Technical prior to birth of study child, Father1::291=Audiologists; 2=Chiropractors; 3=Clinical laboratory technologists and technicians; 4=Dental hygienists; 5=Dentists; 6=Diagnostic related technologists and technicians; 7=Dietitians and nutritionists; 8=Emergency medical technicians and paramedics; 9=Exercise physiologists and therapists, all other; 10=Health diagnosing and treating practitioner support technicians; 11=Health diagnosing and treating practitioners, all other; 12=Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses; 13=Medical records and health information technicians; 14=Nurse anesthetists; 15=Nurse midwives and nurse practitioners; 16=Occupational therapists; 17=Opticians, dispensing; 18=Optometrists; 19=Pharmacists; 20=Physical therapists ;21=Physician assistants; 22=Physicians and surgeons; 23=Radiation therapists; 24=Recreational therapists; 25=Respiratory therapists; 26=Speech-language pathologists; 27=Veterinarians 29-1131 3255 Registered nurses; 28=Miscellaneous health technologists and technicians; 29=Other healthcare practitioners and technical occupations, including podiatrists
demo_dad_p_occ_healthsuppIntegerRecommendedHealthcare Support prior to birth of study child, Father1::111=Dental assistants; 2=Massage therapists; 3=Medical assistants; 4=Medical transcriptionists; 5=Nursing, psychiatric, and home health aides; 6=Occupational therapist assistants and aides; 7=Pharmacy aides; 8=Phlebotomists; 9=Physical therapist assistants and aides; 10=Veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers; 11=Miscellaneous healthcare support occupations, including medical equipment preparers
demo_dad_p_occ_maintenIntegerRecommendedInstallation, Maintenance, and Repair prior to birth of study child, Father1::331=Aircraft mechanics and service technicians; 2=Automotive body and related repairers; 3=Automotive glass installers and repairers; 4=Automotive service technicians and mechanics; 5=Avionics technicians; 6=Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists; 7=Coin, vending, and amusement machine servicers and repairers; 8=Computer, automated teller, and office machine repairers; 9=Control and valve installers and repairers; 10=Electric motor, power tool, and related repairers; 11=Electrical and electronics repairers, transportation equipment, industrial and utility; 12=Electrical power-line installers and repairers; 13=Electronic equipment installers and repairers, motor vehicles; 14=Electronic home entertainment equipment installers and repairers; 15=First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers; 16=Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers; 17=Heavy vehicle and mobile equipment service technicians and mechanics; 18=Helpers--installation, maintenance, and repair workers ; 19= Home appliance repairers; 20=Industrial and refractory machinery mechanics ;21=Locksmiths and safe repairers; 22=Maintenance and repair workers, general; 23=Maintenance workers, machinery; 24=Manufactured building and mobile home installers; 25=Millwrights; 26=Miscellaneous vehicle and mobile equipment mechanics, installers, and repairers; 27=Precision instrument and equipment repairers; 28=Radio and telecommunications equipment installers and repairers; 29=Riggers; 30=Security and fire alarm systems installers ;31=Small engine mechanics ;32= Telecommunications line installers and repairers; 33=Other installation, maintenance, and repair workers, including wind turbine service technicians, commercial divers, and signal and train switch repairers
demo_dad_p_occ_legIntegerRecommendedLegal prior to birth of study child, Father1::41=Judicial law clerks; 2=Lawyers, Judges, magistrates, and other judicial workers; 3=Paralegals and legal assistants; 4=Miscellaneous legal support workers
demo_dad_p_occ_socialscienceIntegerRecommendedLife, Physical, and Social Science prior to birth of study child, Father1::181=Agricultural and food science technicians; 2=Agricultural and food scientists; 3=Astronomers and physicists; 4=Atmospheric and space scientists; 5=Biological scientists; 6=Biological technicians; 7=Chemical technicians; 8=Chemists and materials scientists; 9=Conservation scientists and foresters; 10=Economists; 11=Environmental scientists and geoscientists; 12=Geological and petroleum technicians; 13=Medical scientists and life scientists, all other; 14=Physical scientists, all other; 15=Psychologists; 16=Urban and regional planners; 17=Miscellaneous life, physical, and social science technicians; 18=Miscellaneous social scientists, including survey researchers and sociologists
demo_dad_p_occ_mgmtIntegerRecommendedManagement prior to birth of study child, Father1::271=Administrative services managers; 2=Advertising and promotions managers; 3=Chief executives; 4=Compensation and benefits managers; 5=Computer and information systems managers; 6=Construction managers; 7=Education administrators; 8=Emergency management directors; 9=Engineering managers; 10=Farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural managers; 11=Financial managers; 12=Food service managers; 13=Gaming managers; 14=General and operations managers; 15=Human resources managers ; 16= Industrial production managers; 17=Lodging managers; 18=Marketing and sales managers; 19=Medical and health services managers; 20=Natural sciences managers ;21=Property, real estate, and community association managers; 22=Public relations managers; 23=Purchasing managers; 24=Social and community service managers ; 25= Training and development managers; 26=Transportation, storage, and distribution managers ; 27= Managers, all other
demo_dad_p_occ_officeIntegerRecommendedOffice and Administrative Support prior to birth of study child, Father1::491=Bill and account collectors; 2=Billing and posting clerks and machine operators; 3=Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks; 4=Brokerage clerks; 5=Cargo and freight agents; 6=Communications equipment operators, all other; 7=Correspondence clerks and order clerks; 8=Couriers and messengers; 9=Court, municipal, and license clerks; 10=Credit authorizers, checkers, and clerks; 11=Customer service representatives; 12=Data entry keyers; 13=Dispatchers; 14=Eligibility interviewers, government programs; 15=File Clerks; 16=Financial clerks, all other; 17=First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers; 18=Gaming cage workers ; 19= Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks; 20=Human resources assistants, except payroll and timekeeping ;21=Information and record clerks, all other; 22=Insurance claims and policy processing clerks; 23=Interviewers, except eligibility and loan; 24=Library assistants, clerical; 25=Loan interviewers and clerks; 26=Mail clerks and mail machine operators, except postal service; 27=Meter readers, utilities ; 28= New accounts clerks; 29=Office clerks, general; 30=Office machine operators, except computer ;31=Payroll and timekeeping clerks ;32= Postal service clerks; 33=Postal service mail carriers; 34=Postal service mail sorters, processors, and processing machine operators; 35=Procurement clerks ;36= Production, planning, and expediting clerks ;37= Proofreaders and copy markers ;38= Receptionists and information clerks ;39= Reservation and transportation ticket agents and travel clerks ;40= Secretaries and administrative assistants ; 41=Computer operators ;42= Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks ;43= Statistical assistants ; 44= Stock clerks and order fillers ; 45= Telephone operators ;46= Tellers ;47= Weighers, measurers, checkers, and samplers, recordkeeping ;48= Word processors and typists ;49= Office and administrative support workers, including desktop publishers
demo_dad_p_occ_perscareIntegerRecommendedPersonal Care and Service prior to birth of study child, Father1::201=Animal trainers; 2=Baggage porters, bellhops, and concierges; 3=Barbers; 4=Child care workers; 5=Embalmers and funeral attendants; 6=First-line supervisors/managers of gaming workers; 7=First-line supervisors/managers of personal service workers; 8=Gaming services workers; 9=Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists; 10=Miscellaneous entertainment attendants and related workers; 11=Morticians, undertakers, and funeral directors; 12=Motion picture projectionists; 13=Nonfarm animal caretakers; 14=Personal and home care aides; 15=Recreation and fitness workers; 16=Residential advisors; 17=Tour and travel guides; 18=Ushers, lobby attendants, and ticket takers; 19=Miscellaneous personal appearance workers; 20=Personal care and service workers, all other
demo_dad_p_occ_prodIntegerRecommendedProduction prior to birth of study child, Father1::671=Aircraft structure, surfaces, rigging, and systems assemblers; 2=Bakers; 3=Butchers and other meat, poultry, and fish processing workers; 4=Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters; 5=Cementing and gluing machine operators and tenders; 6=Chemical processing machine setters, operators, and tenders; 7=Cleaning, washing, and metal pickling equipment operators and tenders; 8=Computer control programmers and operators; 9=Crushing, grinding, polishing, mixing, and blending workers; 10=Cutting workers; 11=Cutting, punching, and press machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic; 12=Electrical, electronics, and electromechanical assemblers; 13=Engine and other machine assemblers; 14=Etchers and engravers; 15=Extruding and drawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic; 16=Extruding, forming, pressing, and compacting machine setters, operators, and tenders; 17=First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers; 18=Food and tobacco roasting, baking, and drying machine operators and tenders; 19=Food batchmakers; 20=Food cooking machine operators and tenders; 21=Food processing workers, all other; 22=Furnace, kiln, oven, drier, and kettle operators and tenders; 23=Furniture finishers; 24=Grinding, lapping, polishing, and buffing machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic; 25=Helpers--production workers; 26=Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers; 27=Jewelers and precious stone and metal workers; 28=Lathe and turning machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic; 29=Laundry and dry-cleaning workers; 30=Machinists; 31=Medical, dental, and ophthalmic laboratory technicians; 32=Metal furnace and kiln operators and tenders; 33=Metalworkers and plastic workers, all other; 34=Miscellaneous assemblers and fabricators; 35=Miscellaneous plant and system operators; 36=Miscellaneous textile, apparel, and furnishings workers, except upholsterers; 37=Miscellaneous woodworkers, including model makers and pattern makers; 38=Molders and molding machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic; 39=Molders, shapers, and casters, except metal and plastic; 40= Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders; 41=Painting workers; 42=Paper goods machine setters, operators, and tenders; 43=Photographic process workers and processing machine operators; 44=Plating and coating machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic; 45=Power plant operators, distributors, and dispatchers; 46=Prepress technicians and workers; 47=Pressers, textile, garment, and related materials; 48=Print binding and finishing workers; 49=Printing press operators; 50= Production workers, including semiconductor processors and cooling and freezing equipment operators; 51=Rolling machine setters, operators, and tenders and forging machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic; 52=Sawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, wood; 53=Sewing machine operators; 54=Shoe and leather workers and repairers; 55=Stationary engineers and boiler operators; 56=Structural metal fabricators and fitters; 57=Tailors, dressmakers, and sewers; 58=Textile cutting machine setters, operators, and tenders; 59=Textile knitting and weaving machine setters, operators, and tenders; 60= Textile winding, twisting, and drawing out machine setters, operators and tenders; 61=Tire builders; 62=Tool and die makers; 63=Tool grinders, filers, and sharpeners; 64=Upholsterers; 65=Water and liquid waste treatment plant and system operators; 66=Welding, soldering, and brazing workers; 67=Woodworking machine setters, operators, and tenders, except sawing
demo_dad_p_occ_protIntegerRecommendedProtective Service prior to birth of study child, Father1::151=Animal control workers; 2=Bailiffs, correctional officers, and jailers; 3=Crossing guards; 4=Detectives and criminal investigators; 5=Fire inspectors; 6=First-line supervisors/managers of correctional officers; 7=First-line supervisors/managers of fire fighting and prevention workers; 8=First-line supervisors/managers of police and detectives; 9=Lifeguards and other recreational and all other protective service workers; 10=Miscellaneous law enforcement workers; 11=Police officers; 12=Private detectives and investigators; 13=Security guards and gaming surveillance officers; 14=Supervisors, protective service workers, all other 33-1099 3740 Fire fighters; 15=Transportation security screeners
demo_dad_p_occ_saleIntegerRecommendedSales and Related prior to birth of study child, Father1::181=Advertising sales agents; 2=Cashiers; 3=Counter and rental clerks; 4=Door-to-door sales workers, news and street vendors, and related workers; 5= First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers; 6=First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers; 7=Insurance sales agents; 8=Models, demonstrators, and product promoters; 9=Parts salespersons; 10=Real estate brokers and sales agents; 11=Retail salespersons; 12=Sales and related workers, all other; 13=Sales engineers; 14=Sales representatives, services, all other; 15=Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing; 16=Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents; 17=Telemarketers; 18=Travel agents
demo_dad_p_occ_transIntegerRecommendedTransportation and Material Moving prior to birth of study child, Father1::291=Air traffic controllers and airfield operations specialists; 2=Aircraft pilots and flight engineers; 3=Ambulance drivers and attendants, except emergency medical technicians; 4=Bus drivers; 5=Cleaners of vehicles and equipment; 6=Crane and tower operators; 7=Dredge, excavating, and loading machine operators; 8=Driver/sales workers and truck drivers; 9=Hoist and winch operators, and conveyor operators and tenders; 10=Industrial truck and tractor operators; 11=Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand; 12=Locomotive engineers and operators; 13=Machine feeders and offbearers; 14=Material moving workers, including mine shuttle operators and tank car, truck, and ship loaders; 15=Motor vehicle operators, all other; 16=Other transportation workers, including bridge and lock tenders; 17=Packers and packagers, hand; 18=Parking lot attendants; 19=Pumping station operators; 20=Railroad brake, signal, switch operators, conductors and yardmasters; 21=Refuse and recyclable material collectors; 22=Sailors and marine oilers, and ship engineers; 23=Service station attendants; 24=Ship and boat captains and operators; 25=Subway, streetcar, and other rail transportation workers; 26=Supervisors, transportation and material moving workers; 27=Taxi drivers and chauffeurs; 28=Transportation attendants, except flight attendants; 29=Transportation inspectors
demo_first_languageIntegerRecommendedPrimary caregiver's first language1::181=Arabic; 2=American Sign Language (ASL); 3=Bengali; 4=Chinese; 5= English; 6=French; 7=German; 8=Hindi; 9=Japanese; 10=Javanese; 11=Korean; 12=Polish; 13=Portugese; 14= Russian ; 15= Spanish ; 16= Tagalog ; 17= Vietnamese ; 18= Other
demo_first_lang_otherString15RecommendedIf other language, please specify
demo_othlanguageIntegerRecommendedDoes your child hear any other language at home?
0;1
0 = No; 1 = Yesdemo_lang_hom
demo_lang_currString15RecommendedLanguage(s) currently used when interacting with your child (other than English). Check all that apply.1=Arabic; 2=American Sign Language (ASL); 3=Bengali; 4=Chinese; 5= English; 6=French; 7=German; 8=Hindi; 9=Japanese; 10=Javanese; 11=Korean; 12=Polish; 13=Portugese| 14, Russian | 15, Spanish | 16, Tagalog | 17, Vietnamese | 18, Other
demo_lang_curr_otherString25RecommendedIf other, please specify
demo_lang_other_timeIntegerRecommendedAmount of time that another language is used with your child (not English)1::41=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often; 4=Always
calm_inc2IntegerRecommendedHow much total income did you and your family receive from work and other sources such as interest or dividends, pensions or social security, income from rental property, estates, or trusts, public assistance or welfare, unemployment compensation, disability income, child support or other sources?demo_exact_income
demo_income_10IntegerRecommendedWould it amount to $10,000 or more?
1;2
1=Yes; 2=Nodemo_10
demo_income_15IntegerRecommendedWould it amount to $15,000 or more?
1;2
1=Yes; 2=Nodemo_15
demo_income_20IntegerRecommendedWould it amount to $20,000 or more?
1;2
1=Yes; 2=Nodemo_20
calm_inc2aIntegerRecommendedWould total family income amount to $30,000 or more?
1;2
1=Yes; 2=Nodemo_30
demo_income_40IntegerRecommendedWould it amount to $40,000 or more?
1;2
1=Yes; 2=Nodemo_40
demo_income_50IntegerRecommendedWould it amount to $50,000 or more?
1;2
1=Yes; 2=Nodemo_50
demo_income_75IntegerRecommendedWould it amount to $75,000 or more?
1;2
1=Yes; 2=Nodemo_75
dem_10IntegerRecommendedIncome from public assistance
0;1
1=Yes 0=Nodemo_assistance
demo_assistance_typeString15RecommendedWhich forms of financial assistance? (check all that apply)1=Food Stamps (SNAP); 2=SSI (Supplemental Security Income); 3=Commodities/food pantry; 4=Head Start; 5= Child Care Assistance (CCAP); 6=Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC); 7=Unemployment; 8=TANF/Cash assistance; 9=WIC (Women, Infants, and Children); 10=Housing Assistance; 11=Medicaid
demo_countliveover21IntegerRecommendedNumber of adults over 21 yrs:0::12demo_adults
demo_countliveless21IntegerRecommendedNumber of children less than 21 yrs:0::12demo_children
dmg_q53IntegerRecommendedcurrent household compositiondemo_house_size
diag_aofcIntegerRecommendedAge of First Concern(in months)0 :: 1200demo_concerned_age
demo_concernsString15RecommendedWhen you first became concerned about your child's development, what were your concerns? (check all that apply)1=Cognitive/learning; 2=Behavior; 3=Hearing; 4=Motor; 5= Language; 6=Sensory
demo_loseIntegerRecommendedHas your child ever lost any skills (behavior, hearing, motor, etc.)?
0;1
0=No; 1=Yes
demo_lose_skillsString15RecommendedWhat skills has your child lost? (check all that apply)1=Cognitive/learning; 2=Behavior; 3=Hearing; 4=Motor; 5= Language; 6=Sensory
adis_ageloseIntegerRecommendedHow old was he/she when he/she lost those skills?0::1200demo_lose_age
asd_formaldiagnosisIntegerRecommendedAutism Spectrum Disorder: Formal diagnosis
0;1;-7;-8;-9
0 = No; 1 = Yes; -7 = Don't know; -8 = Refused to answer; -9 = Does not applydemo_asd
demo_asd_typeIntegerRecommendedWhat autism-related diagnosis has your child received?1::51=Autism; 2=Autism Spectrum Diagnosis; 4=Asperger syndrome; 5= PDD-NOS (Pervasive Developmental Diagnosis - Not Otherwise Specified)
demo_asd_ageIntegerRecommendedIf yes, age at ASD diagnosis0::1200
demo_asd_whoIntegerRecommendedASD Diagnosis made by:1;2;31=Physician; 2=Psychologist; 3=Other
demo_asd_who_otherString20RecommendedIf ASD Diagnosis made by other, please specify:
demo_asd_firstIntegerRecommendedWho was the first person to bring up concerns about autism?1::81=Pediatrician; 2=Psychologist; 3=Family Member; 4=Speech Language Pathologist; 5= Occupational Therapist; 6=Physical Therapist; 7=Self; 8=Other
demo_asd_first_otherString25RecommendedIf other person brought up concerns about autism, please specify
demo_concernIntegerRecommendedHas anyone ever expressed concern about your child's development?
0;1
0=No;1=Yes
demo_concern_whoString10RecommendedWho expressed concern? (check all that apply)1=Pediatrician; 2=Therapist; 3=Family Member; 4=Other (teacher, family friends, write-in)
demo_ped_conString50RecommendedWhat was the Pediatrician's concern?
demo_ped_age_conIntegerRecommendedTime of Pediatrician's concern (in months)months
demo_ther_who_conIntegerRecommendedWho was the therapist?1::51=Occupational Therapist; 2=Physical Therapist; 3=Speech-Language Pathologist; 4=Developmental Therapist; 5=Other (write-in)
demo_ther_who_oth_conString25RecommendedIf other therapist, please specify
demo_ther_conString50RecommendedWhat was the Therapist's concern?
demo_ther_age_conIntegerRecommendedTime of therapist's concern (in months)
demo_fam_conString25RecommendedWhat was the family member's concern?
demo_fam_age_conIntegerRecommendedTime of family member's concern (in months)0::1200
demo_oth_conIntegerRecommendedWho the person expressing concern? (Outside of Family/Physician)1=Teacher; 2=Family Friend; 3=Other
demo_oth_who_conString20RecommendedIf other person expressing concern, please specify
demo_other_conString25RecommendedWhat was the concern that this other person expressed?
demo_other_ageIntegerRecommendedTime of other person's concern (in months)0::1200
demo_fam_supportIntegerRecommendedHas your family been supportive of your child's developmental needs?
0;1;2
1=Yes; 0=No; 2=Neither supportive nor unsupportive
demo_fam_supp_yesString10RecommendedIf so, how have they been supportive? (check all that apply)1=They listen and understand the challenges we are dealing with; 2=They watch my child so I can work or take a break; 3=They help with chores around the house, including cleaning, grocery shopping, cooking, or laundry; 4=They help take my child to school or therapy; 5= Other (write-in)
demo_fam_supp_othString50RecommendedPlease tell us how else your family has been supportive
demo_fam_supp_noString10RecommendedIf not, how have they been unsupportive? (check all that apply)1=They don't listen or try to understand the challenges we are dealing with; 2=They don't offer to watch my child so I can work or take a break; 3=They don't help with chores around the house, including cleaning, grocery shopping, cooking, or laundry; 4=They don't help take my child to school or therapy; 5= Other (write-in)
demo_fam_supp_no_othString50RecommendedPlease tell us how else your family has been unsupportive
demo_diag_agreeIntegerRecommendedDo you and your child's co-parent agree on your child's diagnosis?
0;1;99
1=Yes; 0=No; 99=Not Applicable
demo_diag_noString100RecommendedIf no, how do your perspectives differ?
demo_tx_agreeIntegerRecommendedDo you and your child's co-parent agree on your child's treatment plan?
0;1;99
1=Yes; 0=No; 99=Not Applicable
demo_tx_noString100RecommendedIf co-parent disagrees on treatment plan, how do your perspectives differ?
demo_ped_helpIntegerRecommendedHas your pediatrician been helpful regarding your child's development?
0;1;2
1=Yes; 0=No; 2=Child does not have a regular pediatrician
demo_ped_yesString10RecommendedIf yes, how has your pediatrician been helpful regarding your child's development? (check all that apply)1::41=My pediatrician identified concerns with my child's development and reffered us to Early Intervention, private therapy evaluations, and/or a developmental evaluation.; 2=My pediatrician brough up concerns about autism; 3=After the diagnosis, my pediatrician helped us with referrals and ideas for therapy; 4=Other (write-in)
dem_ped_yes_othString50RecommendedPlease tell us how else has your pediatrician been helpful regarding your child's development?
demo_ped_noString10RecommendedIf pediatrician has not been helpful regarding your child's development, how? (check all that apply)1=My pediatrician identified concerns with my child's development, but did not refer us to Early Intervention, private therapy evaluations, or a developmental evaluation; 2=My pediatrician did not bring up concerns about autism, despite having recently visited and discussing my concerns about development; 3=After the diagnosis, my pediatrician has not helped us with referrals and ideas for therapy; 4=Other (write-in)
demo_ped_no_othString50RecommendedPlease tell us other ways your pediatrician was not helpful regarding your child's development
demo_big_challengeString100RecommendedWhat has been the biggest challenge in the diagnostic and treatment process for your child?
demo_sib_diganosisIntegerRecommendedDo any of the child's biological siblings have developmental concerns or diagnoses?
0;1
0=No; 1=Yes
demo_sib_diag_numIntegerRecommendedHow many siblings do you have concerns about?
subjectkey_sibling1GUIDRecommendedThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for subject's siblingNDAR*probandguid
src_sibling1_idString100Recommendedsite specific sibling1 ID
sibling_type1String255RecommendedType of Sibling
Full Brother FB; Half Mother Brother HMB; Half Father Brother HFB; Full Sister FS; Half Mother Sister HMS; Half Father Sister HFS
demo_sib1_full
ques_gender1String50RecommendedGender -Sibling 1
M;F;T
M = Male; F = Female; T =Transgenderdemo_sib1_gend
demo_sib1_diagnosisString25RecommendedDiagnosis (if any) Sibling 1
ques_gender2String50RecommendedGender -Sibling 2
M;F
M = Male; F = Femaledemo_sib2_gend
subjectkey_sibling2GUIDRecommendedThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for subject's siblingNDAR*
src_sibling2_idString100Recommendedsite specific sibling2 ID
sibling_type2String255Recommendedsibling type
Full Brother FB; Half Mother Brother HMB; Half Father Brother HFB; Full Sister FS; Half Mother Sister HMS; Half Father Sister HFS
demo_sib2_full
demo_sib2_diagnosisString25RecommendedDiagnosis (if any) Sibling 2
ques_gender3String50RecommendedGender -Sibling 3
M;F
M = Male; F = Femaledemo_sib3_gend
subjectkey_sibling3GUIDRecommendedThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for subject's siblingNDAR*
src_sibling3_idString100Recommendedsite specific sibling3 ID
sibling_type3String255Recommendedsibling type
Full Brother FB; Half Mother Brother HMB; Half Father Brother HFB; Full Sister FS; Half Mother Sister HMS; Half Father Sister HFS
demo_sib3_full
demo_sib3_diagnosisString25RecommendedDiagnosis (if any) Sibling 3
subjectkey_sibling4GUIDRecommendedThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for subject's siblingNDAR*
src_sibling4_idString100Recommendedsite specific sibling4 ID
sibling_type4String255Recommendedsibling type
Full Brother FB; Half Mother Brother HMB; Half Father Brother HFB; Full Sister FS; Half Mother Sister HMS; Half Father Sister HFS
demo_sib4_full
ques_gender4String50RecommendedGender -Sibling 4
M;F
M = Male; F = Femaledemo_sib4_gend
demo_sib4_diagnosisString25RecommendedDiagnosis (if any) Sibling 4
fhxseizureString5RecommendedFamily medical History: seizure or epilepsyYes;No;999demo_fam_seiz
demo_fam_seiz_whoString10RecommendedIf yes, who previously had Seizures/Epilepsy? (check all that apply)1=Mother; 2=Father; 3=Brother; 4=Sister; 5= Maternal Grandfather; 6=Maternal Grandmother; 7=Maternal Aunt(s); 8=Maternal Uncle(s); 9=Maternal Cousins; 10=Paternal Grandfather; 11=Paternal Grandmother; 12=Paternal Aunt(s); 13=Paternal Uncle(s); 14=Paternal Counsins
asd_familyhxIntegerRecommendedAutism Spectrum Disorder: Anyone in family had symptoms
0;1;-7;-8;-9
0 = No; 1 = Yes; -7 = Don't know; -8 = Refused to answer; -9 = Does not applydemo_fam_asd
demo_fam_asd_whoString10RecommendedIf yes, who previously had ASD? (check all that apply)1=Mother; 2=Father; 3=Brother; 4=Sister; 5= Maternal Grandfather; 6=Maternal Grandmother; 7=Maternal Aunt(s); 8=Maternal Uncle(s); 9=Maternal Cousins; 10=Paternal Grandfather; 11=Paternal Grandmother; 12=Paternal Aunt(s); 13=Paternal Uncle(s); 14=Paternal Counsins
demo_fam_asperIntegerRecommendedFamily Member Asperger Syndrome
0;1
1=Yes; 0=No
demo_fam_asper_whoString10RecommendedAsperger Syndrome: If yes, who? (check all that apply)1=Mother; 2=Father; 3=Brother; 4=Sister; 5= Maternal Grandfather; 6=Maternal Grandmother; 7=Maternal Aunt(s); 8=Maternal Uncle(s); 9=Maternal Cousins; 10=Paternal Grandfather; 11=Paternal Grandmother; 12=Paternal Aunt(s); 13=Paternal Uncle(s); 14=Paternal Counsins
demo_fam_intellIntegerRecommendedFamily Member Intellectual Disability
0;1
1=Yes; 0=No
demo_fam_intell_whoString10RecommendedIntellectual Disability: If yes, who? (check all that apply)1=Mother; 2=Father; 3=Brother; 4=Sister; 5= Maternal Grandfather; 6=Maternal Grandmother; 7=Maternal Aunt(s); 8=Maternal Uncle(s); 9=Maternal Cousins; 10=Paternal Grandfather; 11=Paternal Grandmother; 12=Paternal Aunt(s); 13=Paternal Uncle(s); 14=Paternal Counsins
demo_fam_delayIntegerRecommendedFamily Member Developmental Delay
0;1
1=Yes; 0=No
demo_fam_delay_whoString10RecommendedDevelopmental Delay: If yes, who? (check all that apply)1=Mother; 2=Father; 3=Brother; 4=Sister; 5= Maternal Grandfather; 6=Maternal Grandmother; 7=Maternal Aunt(s); 8=Maternal Uncle(s); 9=Maternal Cousins; 10=Paternal Grandfather; 11=Paternal Grandmother; 12=Paternal Aunt(s); 13=Paternal Uncle(s); 14=Paternal Counsins
demo_fam_cerebrIntegerRecommendedFamily Member Cerebral Palsy
0;1
1=Yes; 0=No
demo_fam_cerebr_whoString10RecommendedCerebral Palsy: If yes, who? (check all that apply)1=Mother; 2=Father; 3=Brother; 4=Sister; 5= Maternal Grandfather; 6=Maternal Grandmother; 7=Maternal Aunt(s); 8=Maternal Uncle(s); 9=Maternal Cousins; 10=Paternal Grandfather; 11=Paternal Grandmother; 12=Paternal Aunt(s); 13=Paternal Uncle(s); 14=Paternal Counsins
demo_fam_speechIntegerRecommendedFamily Member Speech Problems
0;1
1=Yes; 0=No
demo_fam_speech_whoString10RecommendedSpeech Problems: If yes, who? (check all that apply)1=Mother; 2=Father; 3=Brother; 4=Sister; 5= Maternal Grandfather; 6=Maternal Grandmother; 7=Maternal Aunt(s); 8=Maternal Uncle(s); 9=Maternal Cousins; 10=Paternal Grandfather; 11=Paternal Grandmother; 12=Paternal Aunt(s); 13=Paternal Uncle(s); 14=Paternal Counsins
demo_fam_schoolIntegerRecommendedFamily Member Learning Problems in School
0;1
1=Yes; 0=No
demo_fam_school_whoString10RecommendedLearning Problems in School: If yes, who? (check all that apply)1=Mother; 2=Father; 3=Brother; 4=Sister; 5= Maternal Grandfather; 6=Maternal Grandmother; 7=Maternal Aunt(s); 8=Maternal Uncle(s); 9=Maternal Cousins; 10=Paternal Grandfather; 11=Paternal Grandmother; 12=Paternal Aunt(s); 13=Paternal Uncle(s); 14=Paternal Counsins
demo_fam_hyperIntegerRecommendedFamily Member Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
0;1
1=Yes; 0=No
demo_fam_hyper_whoString10RecommendedAttention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: If yes, who? (check all that apply)1=Mother; 2=Father; 3=Brother; 4=Sister; 5= Maternal Grandfather; 6=Maternal Grandmother; 7=Maternal Aunt(s); 8=Maternal Uncle(s); 9=Maternal Cousins; 10=Paternal Grandfather; 11=Paternal Grandmother; 12=Paternal Aunt(s); 13=Paternal Uncle(s); 14=Paternal Counsins
demo_fam_birthIntegerRecommendedFamily Member Birth Defects
0;1
1=Yes; 0=No
demo_fam_birth_whoString10RecommendedBirth Defects: If yes, who? (check all that apply)1=Mother; 2=Father; 3=Brother; 4=Sister; 5= Maternal Grandfather; 6=Maternal Grandmother; 7=Maternal Aunt(s); 8=Maternal Uncle(s); 9=Maternal Cousins; 10=Paternal Grandfather; 11=Paternal Grandmother; 12=Paternal Aunt(s); 13=Paternal Uncle(s); 14=Paternal Counsins
demo_fam_thyroiIntegerRecommendedFamily Member Thyroid Problems
0;1
1=Yes; 0=No
demo_fam_thyroi_whoString10RecommendedThyroid Problems: If yes, who? (check all that apply)1=Mother; 2=Father; 3=Brother; 4=Sister; 5= Maternal Grandfather; 6=Maternal Grandmother; 7=Maternal Aunt(s); 8=Maternal Uncle(s); 9=Maternal Cousins; 10=Paternal Grandfather; 11=Paternal Grandmother; 12=Paternal Aunt(s); 13=Paternal Uncle(s); 14=Paternal Counsins
demo_fam_ticsIntegerRecommendedFamily Member Tics or Tourette syndrome
0;1
1=Yes; 0=No
demo_fam_tics_whoString10RecommendedTics or Tourette syndrome: If yes, who? (check all that apply)1=Mother; 2=Father; 3=Brother; 4=Sister; 5= Maternal Grandfather; 6=Maternal Grandmother; 7=Maternal Aunt(s); 8=Maternal Uncle(s); 9=Maternal Cousins; 10=Paternal Grandfather; 11=Paternal Grandmother; 12=Paternal Aunt(s); 13=Paternal Uncle(s); 14=Paternal Counsins
demo_fam_alcoholismIntegerRecommendedFamily Member Alcoholism
0;1
1=Yes; 0=No
demo_fam_alcoholism_whoString10RecommendedAlcoholism: If yes, who? (check all that apply)1=Mother; 2=Father; 3=Brother; 4=Sister; 5= Maternal Grandfather; 6=Maternal Grandmother; 7=Maternal Aunt(s); 8=Maternal Uncle(s); 9=Maternal Cousins; 10=Paternal Grandfather; 11=Paternal Grandmother; 12=Paternal Aunt(s); 13=Paternal Uncle(s); 14=Paternal Counsins
demo_fam_drugIntegerRecommendedFamily Member Drug Abuse
0;1
1=Yes; 0=No
demo_fam_drug_whoString10RecommendedDrug Abuse: If yes, who? (check all that apply)1=Mother; 2=Father; 3=Brother; 4=Sister; 5= Maternal Grandfather; 6=Maternal Grandmother; 7=Maternal Aunt(s); 8=Maternal Uncle(s); 9=Maternal Cousins; 10=Paternal Grandfather; 11=Paternal Grandmother; 12=Paternal Aunt(s); 13=Paternal Uncle(s); 14=Paternal Counsins
demo_fam_depressionIntegerRecommendedFamily Member Depression
0;1
1=Yes; 0=No
demo_fam_depress_whoString10RecommendedDepression: If yes, who? (check all that apply)1=Mother; 2=Father; 3=Brother; 4=Sister; 5= Maternal Grandfather; 6=Maternal Grandmother; 7=Maternal Aunt(s); 8=Maternal Uncle(s); 9=Maternal Cousins; 10=Paternal Grandfather; 11=Paternal Grandmother; 12=Paternal Aunt(s); 13=Paternal Uncle(s); 14=Paternal Counsins
demo_fam_bipolarIntegerRecommendedFamily Member Manic Depression/Bipolar Disorder
0;1
1=Yes; 0=No
demo_fam_bipolar_whoString10RecommendedManic Depression/Bipolar Disorder: If yes, who? (check all that apply)1=Mother; 2=Father; 3=Brother; 4=Sister; 5= Maternal Grandfather; 6=Maternal Grandmother; 7=Maternal Aunt(s); 8=Maternal Uncle(s); 9=Maternal Cousins; 10=Paternal Grandfather; 11=Paternal Grandmother; 12=Paternal Aunt(s); 13=Paternal Uncle(s); 14=Paternal Counsins
demo_fam_anxietyIntegerRecommendedFamily Member Anxiety Disorder/Panic Attacks
0;1
1=Yes; 0=No
demo_fam_anxiety_whoString10RecommendedAnxiety Disorder/Panic Attacks: If yes, who? (check all that apply)1=Mother; 2=Father; 3=Brother; 4=Sister; 5= Maternal Grandfather; 6=Maternal Grandmother; 7=Maternal Aunt(s); 8=Maternal Uncle(s); 9=Maternal Cousins; 10=Paternal Grandfather; 11=Paternal Grandmother; 12=Paternal Aunt(s); 13=Paternal Uncle(s); 14=Paternal Counsins
demo_fam_ocdIntegerRecommendedFamily Member Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
0;1
1=Yes; 0=No
demo_fam_ocd_whoString10RecommendedObsessive Compulsive Disorder: If yes, who? (check all that apply)1=Mother; 2=Father; 3=Brother; 4=Sister; 5= Maternal Grandfather; 6=Maternal Grandmother; 7=Maternal Aunt(s); 8=Maternal Uncle(s); 9=Maternal Cousins; 10=Paternal Grandfather; 11=Paternal Grandmother; 12=Paternal Aunt(s); 13=Paternal Uncle(s); 14=Paternal Counsins
demo_fam_schizoIntegerRecommendedFamily Member Schizophrenia
0;1
1=Yes; 0=No
demo_fam_schizo_whoString10RecommendedSchizophrenia: If yes, who? (check all that apply)1=Mother; 2=Father; 3=Brother; 4=Sister; 5= Maternal Grandfather; 6=Maternal Grandmother; 7=Maternal Aunt(s); 8=Maternal Uncle(s); 9=Maternal Cousins; 10=Paternal Grandfather; 11=Paternal Grandmother; 12=Paternal Aunt(s); 13=Paternal Uncle(s); 14=Paternal Counsins
demo_fam_hearingIntegerRecommendedFamily Member Hearing loss
0;1
1=Yes; 0=No
demo_fam_hear_whoString10RecommendedHearing loss: If yes, who? (check all that apply)1=Mother; 2=Father; 3=Brother; 4=Sister; 5= Maternal Grandfather; 6=Maternal Grandmother; 7=Maternal Aunt(s); 8=Maternal Uncle(s); 9=Maternal Cousins; 10=Paternal Grandfather; 11=Paternal Grandmother; 12=Paternal Aunt(s); 13=Paternal Uncle(s); 14=Paternal Counsins
demo_fam_miscarriageIntegerRecommendedFamily Member Miscarriages
0;1
1=Yes; 0=No
demo_fam_miscarr_whoString10RecommendedMiscarriages: If yes, who? (check all that apply)1=Mother; 2=Father; 3=Brother; 4=Sister; 5= Maternal Grandfather; 6=Maternal Grandmother; 7=Maternal Aunt(s); 8=Maternal Uncle(s); 9=Maternal Cousins; 10=Paternal Grandfather; 11=Paternal Grandmother; 12=Paternal Aunt(s); 13=Paternal Uncle(s); 14=Paternal Counsins
demo_fam_geneticIntegerRecommendedFamily Member Genetic Syndromes
0;1
1=Yes; 0=No
demo_fam_genetic_whoString10RecommendedGenetic Syndromes: If yes, who? (check all that apply)1=Mother; 2=Father; 3=Brother; 4=Sister; 5= Maternal Grandfather; 6=Maternal Grandmother; 7=Maternal Aunt(s); 8=Maternal Uncle(s); 9=Maternal Cousins; 10=Paternal Grandfather; 11=Paternal Grandmother; 12=Paternal Aunt(s); 13=Paternal Uncle(s); 14=Paternal Counsins
demo_preg_complicatIntegerRecommendedFamily Member Complications during pregnancy?0::30=None; 1=During pregnancy; 2=During birth; 3=During pregnancy and birth
demo_preg_medsIntegerRecommendedDid the biological mother use prescription medications during pregnancy?
0;1;3
1=Yes; 0=No; 3=Don't Know
demo_preg_meds_specString25RecommendedIf yes, please specify medication used during pregnancy:
birth_weight_lbsFloatRecommendedBirth weight poundsdemo_birth_lbs
birth_weight_ozFloatRecommendedBirth weight ouncesdemo_birth_oz
ldnb_lgthinFloatRecommendedWhat was the babys length at birth(inches)-1 = Not knowndemo_birth_length
ldnb_headcircuminFloatRecommendedWhat was the babys head circumference at birth (inches)-1 = Not knowndemo_head_circum
full_termString10RecommendedFull-term delivery? 37-42 weeks
Yes; No; NK
NK = Not knowndemo_preg_full
demo_preg_gestationIntegerRecommendedIf preg. Not full term, how many weeks gestation?
cmedhx10IntegerRecommendedHow many days did the baby stay in the hospital after birth?demo_preg_days
demo_preg_days_othString10RecommendedIf other time spent in hospital after birth, please specify
preg_diffconcvString50RecommendedWas there difficulty conceiving?Yes; No;999demo_preg_difficult
demo_preg_fertilityString10RecommendedIf yes, please check all that apply:1=Used fertility drugs; 2=Used IVF; 3=Other
demo_preg_fertil_otherString25RecommendedIf other preg difficulties, please specify:
demo_diff_eatingIntegerRecommendedDid your child have feeding/eating difficulties at birth (reflux, food allergies, difficulties sucking or with solid food)?
0;1
0=No; 1=Yes
demo_diff_eating_specificString10RecommendedIf yes, check all feeding/eating difficults at birth that apply1=Reflux issues; 2=Food Allergies; 3=Difficulties sucking; 4=Difficulties transitioning to solid food; 5= Other
demo_diff_eat_otherString25RecommendedIf other, pleas describe:
walk10_ageIntegerRecommendedWalking 10 steps - age0 :: 1200demo_walking
demo_walk_currIntegerRecommendedAre they still walking?
0;1
0=No; 1=Yes
demo_walk_age_stopIntegerRecommendedAt what age did they stop walking? (months)5::36;9999=Not Applicable
demo_wordsIntegerRecommendedAge at first words (in months)5::36;9999=Not Applicable
demo_words_currIntegerRecommendedAre they still using words?
0;1
0=No; 1=Yes
demo_words_age_stopIntegerRecommendedAt what age did they stop using words?5::36;9999=Not Applicable
demo_diff_sleepIntegerRecommendedDoes your child have difficulty sleeping (nightmares, staying asleep, waking early, sleeping alone)?
0;1
0=No; 1=Yes
demo_sleep_specificString10RecommendedIf difficulty sleeping , please check all that apply:1=Difficulty staying asleep; 2=Nightmares; 3=Difficulty sleeping alone; 4=Early waking; 6=Other (write-in)
demo_sleep_otherString25RecommendedIf other difficulty sleeping, please describe
demo_diff_eating_currentIntegerRecommendedDoes your child have difficulty eating (picky, stuffs, eats non-food, doesn't eat enough, holds food in mouth)?
0;1
0=No; 1=Yes
demo_curr_eat_specString10RecommendedIf difficulty eating, check all that apply1=Picky eater (e.g. will only eat a few kinds of food); 2=Puts too much food in mouth (e.g. stuffs); 3=Holds food in mouth for longer than you would expect; 4=Doesn't eat enough food; 5= Eats non-food items (e.g. dirt); 6=Other
demo_curr_eat_otherString25RecommendedIf other difficulty eating, please decribe
commentsString4,000RecommendedComments about assessmentdemo_anything_else
marital_status_otherString75RecommendedMarital status: Otherdemo_marital_oth
demo_custodial_mom_relIntegerRecommendedWhat is the custodial mother's relationship the child?1;21= Adoptive Parent ; 2= Foster Parent
demo_fathers_sameString5RecommendedIs the child's biological father and custodial father the same person? Meaning, is the paternal figure with physical custody also the child's biological parent?Yes;No
demo_mothers_sameString5RecommendedIs the child's biological mother and custodial mother the same person? Meaning, is the maternal figure with physical custody also the child's biological parent?Yes;No
demo_custodial_dad_relIntegerRecommendedWhat is the custodial father's relationship to the child?1;21= Adoptive Parent ; 2= Foster Parent
demo_othercaregiverString5RecommendedIs there another custodial caregiver in the child's life?Yes;No
demo_othercaregiver_whoIntegerRecommendedWho is the other caregiver in the child's life?1::4;781= Custodial Mother ; 2= Custodial Father ; 3= Grandmother ; 4= Grandfather ; 78= Other
custody_otherString250RecommendedDescribe 'other' legal custodydemo_othercaregiver_who_o
cg1_raceString100RecommendedRace of the Caregiver/Parent 1American Indian/Alaska Native; Asian; Hawaiian or Pacific Islander; Black or African American; White; More than one race; Unknown or not reporteddemo_caregiver_race
cg1_race_specifyString100RecommendedRace of the Caregiver/Parent 1 Other Specifydemo_caregiver_race_multiple
cg1_ethnicityString30RecommendedCaregiver/Parent 1's ethnicityHispanic or Latino; Not Hispanic or Latinodemo_caregiver_ethc
demo_caregiver_eduIntegerRecommendedCaregiver's highest education1::8;971= Less than 7th grade ; 2= Junior High ; 3= Some High School ; 4= High School graduate ; 5= Special training after high school ; 6= Some college ; 7= College graduate ; 8= Graduate/professional training or above ; 97= Don't Know
demo_caregiver_employIntegerRecommendedCaregiver's current employment status1::6;971= Not employed/Stay-at-home parent ; 2= Self-employed part-time ; 3= Self-employed full time ; 4= Employed part-time ; 5= Employed full-time ; 6= Employed full-time and second job ; 97= Don't know
demo_caregiver_occIntegerRecommendedCaregiver's current occupation (options will appear after you pick an occupation category)1::23;971= Architecture and Engineering ; 2= Armed Forces ;3= Arts= Design= Entertaining= Sports= and Media ; 4= Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance ; 5= Business and Financial Operations ; 6= Community and Social Services ; 7= Computer and Mathematical ; 8= Construction and Extraction ; 9= Education= Training= and Library ; 10= Farming= Fishing= and Forestry ; 11= Food Preparation and Serving Related ; 12= Healthcare Practitioners and Technical ; 13= Healthcare Support ; 14= Installation= Maintenance= and Repair ; 15= Legal ;16= Life= Physical= and Social Science; 17= Management ;18= Office and Administrative Support ; 19= Personal Care and Service ; 20= Production ; 21= Protective Service ; 22= Sales and Related ; 23= Transportation and Material Moving ; 97= Don't Know
demo_caregiver_occ_archIntegerRecommendedArchitecture and Engineering Occupations1::191= Aerospace engineers ;2= Agricultural and biomedical engineers ;3= Architects= except naval ;4= Chemical engineers ;5= Civil engineers ;6= Computer hardware engineers ;7= Drafters ;8= Electrical and electronic engineers ;9= Engineering technicians= except drafters ;10= Engineers= all other;11= Environmental engineers ;12= Industrial engineers= including health and safety ;13= Marine engineers and naval architects ;14= Materials engineers ;15= Mechanical engineers ;16= Mining and geological engineers= including mining safety engineers ;17= Nuclear engineers ;18= Petroleum engineers ;19= Surveying and mapping technicians;20= Surveyors= cartographers= and photogrammetrists
demo_caregiver_occ_artIntegerRecommendedArts, Design, Entertaining, Sports, and Media Occupations1::191= Actors ;2= Announcers ;3= Artists and related workers ;4= Arts;5= Athletes= coaches= umpires= and related workers ;6= Broadcast and sound engineering technicians and radio operators= and media and communication equipment workers= all other ;7= Dancers and choreographers; 8= Designers ;9= Editors ;10= Entertainers and performers= sports and related workers= all other ;11= Miscellaneous media and communication workers;12= Musicians= singers= and related workers ;13= News analysts= reporters and correspondents ;14= Photographers ;15= Producers and directors ;16= Public relations specialists ;17= Technical writers ; 18= Television= video= and motion picture camera operators and editors;19= Writers and authors
demo_caregiver_occ_buildingIntegerRecommendedBuilding and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance Occupations1::61= First-line supervisors/managers of housekeeping and janitorial workers ;2= First-line supervisors/managers of landscaping= lawn service= and groundskeeping workers ;3= Grounds maintenance workers ;4= Janitors and building cleaners ;5= Maids and housekeeping cleaners ;6= Pest control workers
demo_caregiver_occ_businessIntegerRecommendedBusiness and Financial Operations Occupations (more options will appear)1;21= Business Operations Specialist ; 2= Financial Specialist
demo_caregiver_occ_bus_opIntegerRecommendedBusiness Operations Specialist Occupations1::161= Agents and business managers of artists= performers= and athletes ;2= Business operations specialists= all other;3= Claims adjusters= appraisers= examiners= and investigators ;4= Compensation= benefits= and job analysis specialists ;5= Compliance officers ;6= Cost estimators ;7= Fundraisers ;8= Human resource workers ;9= Logisticians ;10= Management analysts ;11= Market research analysts and marketing specialists ;12= Meeting= convention= and event planners ;13= Purchasing agents and buyers= farm products ;14= Purchasing agents= except wholesale= retail= and farm products ;15= Training and development specialists ;16= Wholesale and retail buyers= except farm products
demo_caregiver_occ_bus_finIntegerRecommendedFinancial Specialist Occupations1::121= Accountants and auditors ;2= Appraisers and assessors of real estate ;3= Budget analysts ;4= Credit analysts ;5= Financial analysts ;6= Financial examiners ;7= Financial specialists= all other ; 8= Insurance underwriters ;9= Loan counselors and officers ;10= Personal financial advisors ;11= Tax examiners= collectors= and revenue agents ; 12= Tax prepares
demo_caregiver_occ_commIntegerRecommendedCommunity and Social Services Occupations1::81= Clergy ;2= Counselors ;3= Directors= religious activities and education ;4= Miscellaneous community and social service specialists= including health educators and community health workers ;5= Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists ;6= Religious workers= all other;7= Social and human service assistants ;8= Social workers
demo_caregiver_occ_compIntegerRecommendedComputer and Mathematical Occupations1::141= Actuaries ;2= Computer and information research scientists ;3= Computer network architects ;4= Computer occupations= all other ;5= Computer programmers ;6= Computer support specialists ;7= Computer systems analysts ;8= Database administrators ;9= Information security analysts ;10= Mathematicians= statisticians and miscellaneous mathematical science occupations ;11= Network and computer systems administrators ;12= Operations research analysts ;13= Software developers= applications and systems software ;14= Web developers
demo_caregiver_occ_constrIntegerRecommendedConstruction and Extraction Occupations1::361= Boilermakers ;2= Brickmasons= blockmasons= and stonemasons ;3= Carpenters ;4= Carpet= floor= and tile installers and finishers ;5= Cement masons= concrete finishers= and terrazzo workers ;6= Construction and building inspectors ;7= Construction equipment operators= except Paving= surfacing= and tamping equipment operators ;8= Construction laborers ;9= Derrick= rotary drill= and service unit operators= oil= gas= and mining ;10= Drywall installers= ceiling tile installers= and tapers ; 11= Earth drillers= except oil and gas ;12= Electricians ;13= Elevator installers and repairers ;14= Explosives workers= ordnance handling experts= and blasters ;15= Extraction Workers ; 16= Fence erectors ;17= First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers ;18= Glaziers ;19= Hazardous materials removal workers ;20= Helpers= construction trades ; 21= Highway maintenance workers ;22= Insulation workers ;23= Mining machine operators ;24= Miscellaneous construction and related workers= including photovoltaic installers ; 25= Other extraction workers= including roof bolters and helpers;26= Painters= construction and maintenance and paperhangers ;27= Paving= surfacing= and tamping equipment operators ;28= Pipelayers= plumbers= pipefitters= and steamfitters ;29= Plasterers and stucco masons ;30= Rail-track laying and maintenance equipment operators ;31= Reinforcing iron and rebar workers ;32= Roofers ;33= Roustabouts= oil and gas ;34= Septic tank servicers and sewer pipe cleaners ;35= Sheet metal workers ;36= Structural iron and steel workers
demo_caregiver_occ_eduIntegerRecommendedEducation Training and Library Occupations1::111= Archivists= curators= and museum technicians ;2= Elementary and middle school teachers ;3= Librarians ;4= Library technicians ; 5= Postsecondary teachers ;6= Preschool and kindergarten teachers ;7= Secondary school teachers ;8= Special education teachers ;9= Teacher assistants ; 10= Other teachers and instructors ;11= Other education= training= and library workers
demo_caregiver_occ_farmIntegerRecommendedFarming, Fishing, and Forestry1::71= Agricultural inspectors ;2= First-line supervisors of farming= fishing= and forestry workers ;3= Fishing and hunting workers ; 4= Forest and conservation workers ;5= Graders and sorters= agricultural products ;6= Logging workers ; 7= Miscellaneous agricultural workers= including animal breeders
demo_caregiver_occ_foodIntegerRecommendedFood Preparation and Serving Related1::121= Bartenders ;2= Chefs and head cooks ;3= Combined food preparation and serving workers= including fast food ;4= Cooks ;5= Counter attendants= cafeteria= food concession= and coffee shop ;6= Dishwashers ; 7= First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers ;8= Food preparation and serving related workers= all other including dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers ;9= Food preparation workers ;10= Food servers= non-restaurant ;11= Hosts and hostesses= restaurant= lounge= and coffee shop ;12= Waiters and waitresses
demo_caregiver_occ_healthIntegerRecommendedHealthcare Practitioners and Technical1::301= Audiologists ;2= Chiropractors ;3= Clinical laboratory technologists and technicians ;4= Dental hygienists ;5= Dentists ;6= Diagnostic related technologists and technicians ;7= Dietitians and nutritionists ;8= Emergency medical technicians and paramedics ;9= Exercise physiologists and therapists= all other ;10= Health diagnosing and treating practitioner support technicians ;11= Health diagnosing and treating practitioners= all other ;12= Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses ;13= Medical records and health information technicians ;14= Nurse anesthetists ;15= Nurse midwives and nurse practitioners ;16= Occupational therapists ;17= Opticians= dispensing ;18= Optometrists ;19= Pharmacists ;20= Physical therapists ;21= Physician assistants ;22= Physicians and surgeons ;23= Radiation therapists ;24= Recreational therapists ;25= Respiratory therapists ;26= Speech-language pathologists ;27= Veterinarians ; 28= Registered nurses ;29= Miscellaneous health technologists and technicians ; 30= Other healthcare practitioners and technical occupations= including podiatrists
demo_cg_occ_hsIntegerRecommendedHealthcare Support1::111= Dental assistants ;2= Massage therapists ;3= Medical assistants ;4= Medical transcriptionists ;5= Nursing= psychiatric= and home health aides ;6= Occupational therapist assistants and aides ;7= Pharmacy aides ;8= Phlebotomists ;9= Physical therapist assistants and aides ;10= Veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers ;11= Miscellaneous healthcare support occupations= including medical equipment preparersdemo_caregiver_occ_healthsupp
demo_caregiver_occ_maintenIntegerRecommendedInstallation, Maintenance, and Repair1::331= Aircraft mechanics and service technicians ;2= Automotive body and related repairers ;3= Automotive glass installers and repairers ;4= Automotive service technicians and mechanics ;5= Avionics technicians ;6= Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists ;7= Coin= vending= and amusement machine servicers and repairers ;8= Computer= automated teller= and office machine repairers ;9= Control and valve installers and repairers ;10= Electric motor= power tool= and related repairers ;11= Electrical and electronics repairers= transportation equipment= industrial and utility ;12= Electrical power-line installers and repairers ;13= Electronic equipment installers and repairers= motor vehicles ;14= Electronic home entertainment equipment installers and repairers ;15= First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics= installers= and repairers ;16= Heating= air conditioning= and refrigeration mechanics and installers ;17= Heavy vehicle and mobile equipment service technicians and mechanics ;18= Helpers--installation= maintenance= and repair workers ; 19= Home appliance repairers ;20= Industrial and refractory machinery mechanics ;21= Locksmiths and safe repairers ;22= Maintenance and repair workers= general ;23= Maintenance workers= machinery ;24= Manufactured building and mobile home installers ;25= Millwrights ;26= Miscellaneous vehicle and mobile equipment mechanics= installers= and repairers ;27= Precision instrument and equipment repairers ;28= Radio and telecommunications equipment installers and repairers ;29= Riggers ;30= Security and fire alarm systems installers ;31= Small engine mechanics ;32= Telecommunications line installers and repairers ;33= Other installation= maintenance= and repair workers= including wind turbine service technicians= commercial divers= and signal and train switch repairers
demo_caregiver_occ_legIntegerRecommendedLegal1::41= Judicial law clerks; 2= Lawyers= Judges= magistrates= and other judicial workers ;3= Paralegals and legal assistants ; 4= Miscellaneous legal support workers
demo_cg_occ_ssIntegerRecommendedLife, Physical, and Social Science1::181= Agricultural and food science technicians ;2= Agricultural and food scientists ;3= Astronomers and physicists ;4= Atmospheric and space scientists ;5= Biological scientists ;6= Biological technicians ;7= Chemical technicians ;8= Chemists and materials scientists ;9= Conservation scientists and foresters ;10= Economists ;11= Environmental scientists and geoscientists ;12= Geological and petroleum technicians ; 13= Medical scientists and life scientists= all other ;14= Physical scientists= all other ;15= Psychologists ;16= Urban and regional planners ;17= Miscellaneous life= physical= and social science technicians ;18= Miscellaneous social scientists= including survey researchers and sociologistsdemo_caregiver_occ_socialscience
demo_caregiver_occ_mgmtIntegerRecommendedManagement1::271= Administrative services managers ;2= Advertising and promotions managers ;3= Chief executives ;4= Compensation and benefits managers ;5= Computer and information systems managers ;6= Construction managers ;7= Education administrators ;8= Emergency management directors ;9= Engineering managers ;10= Farmers= ranchers= and other agricultural managers ;11= Financial managers ;12= Food service managers ;13= Gaming managers ;14= General and operations managers ;15= Human resources managers ; 16= Industrial production managers ;17= Lodging managers ;18= Marketing and sales managers ;19= Medical and health services managers ;20= Natural sciences managers ;21= Property= real estate= and community association managers ;22= Public relations managers ;23= Purchasing managers ;24= Social and community service managers ; 25= Training and development managers ;26= Transportation= storage= and distribution managers ; 27= Managers= all other
demo_caregiver_occ_officeIntegerRecommendedOffice and Administrative Support1::491= Bill and account collectors ;2= Billing and posting clerks and machine operators ;3= Bookkeeping= accounting= and auditing clerks ;4= Brokerage clerks ;5= Cargo and freight agents ;6= Communications equipment operators= all other ;7= Correspondence clerks and order clerks ;8= Couriers and messengers ;9= Court= municipal= and license clerks ;10= Credit authorizers= checkers= and clerks ;11= Customer service representatives ;12= Data entry keyers ; 13= Dispatchers ;14= Eligibility interviewers= government programs ;15= File Clerks ;16= Financial clerks= all other ;17= First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers ;18= Gaming cage workers ; 19= Hotel= motel= and resort desk clerks ;20= Human resources assistants= except payroll and timekeeping ;21= Information and record clerks= all other ;22= Insurance claims and policy processing clerks ;23= Interviewers= except eligibility and loan ;24= Library assistants= clerical ;25= Loan interviewers and clerks ;26= Mail clerks and mail machine operators= except postal service ;27= Meter readers= utilities ; 28= New accounts clerks ; 29= Office and administrative support workers= including desktop publishers ; 30= Office clerks= general ;31= Office machine operators= except computer ;32= Payroll and timekeeping clerks ;33= Postal service clerks ;34= Postal service mail carriers ;35= Postal service mail sorters= processors= and processing machine operators ;36= Procurement clerks ;37= Production= planning= and expediting clerks ;38= Proofreaders and copy markers ;39= Receptionists and information clerks ;40= Reservation and transportation ticket agents and travel clerks ;41= Secretaries and administrative assistants ; 42= Computer operators ;43= Shipping= receiving= and traffic clerks ;44= Statistical assistants ; 45= Stock clerks and order fillers ; 46= Telephone operators ;47= Tellers ;48= Weighers= measurers= checkers= and samplers= recordkeeping ;49= Word processors and typists
demo_caregiver_occ_perscareIntegerRecommendedPersonal Care and Service1::201= Animal trainers;2= Baggage porters= bellhops= and concierges ;3= Barbers ; 4= Child care workers ;5= Embalmers and funeral attendants ;6= First-line supervisors/managers of gaming workers ;7= First-line supervisors/managers of personal service workers ;8= Gaming services workers ;9= Hairdressers= hairstylists= and cosmetologists ;10= Miscellaneous entertainment attendants and related workers ;11= Miscellaneous personal appearance workers ; 12= Morticians= undertakers= and funeral directors ;13= Motion picture projectionists ;14= Nonfarm animal caretakers ; 15= Personal and home care aides ;16= Personal care and service workers= all other; 17= Recreation and fitness workers ;18= Residential advisors ;19= Tour and travel guides ;20= Ushers= lobby attendants= and ticket takers
demo_caregiver_occ_prodIntegerRecommendedProduction1::671= Aircraft structure= surfaces= rigging= and systems assemblers ;2= Bakers ;3= Butchers and other meat= poultry= and fish processing workers ;4= Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters ;5= Cementing and gluing machine operators and tenders ;6= Chemical processing machine setters= operators= and tenders ;7= Cleaning= washing= and metal pickling equipment operators and tenders ;8= Computer control programmers and operators ;9= Crushing= grinding= polishing= mixing= and blending workers ;10= Cutting workers ;11= Cutting= punching= and press machine setters= operators= and tenders= metal and plastic ;12= Electrical= electronics= and electromechanical assemblers ;13= Engine and other machine assemblers ;14= Etchers and engravers ;15= Extruding and drawing machine setters= operators= and tenders= metal and plastic ;16= Extruding= forming= pressing= and compacting machine setters= operators= and tenders ;17= First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers ;18= Food and tobacco roasting= baking= and drying machine operators and tenders ;19= Food batchmakers ;20= Food cooking machine operators and tenders ;21= Food processing workers= all other ;22= Furnace= kiln= oven= drier= and kettle operators and tenders ;23= Furniture finishers ;24= Grinding= lapping= polishing= and buffing machine tool setters= operators= and tenders= metal and plastic ;25= Helpers--production workers ;26= Inspectors= testers= sorters= samplers= and weighers ;27= Jewelers and precious stone and metal workers ;28= Lathe and turning machine tool setters= operators= and tenders= metal and plastic ;29= Laundry and dry-cleaning workers ;30= Machinists ;31= Medical= dental= and ophthalmic laboratory technicians ;32= Metal furnace and kiln operators and tenders ;33= Metalworkers and plastic workers= all other ;34= Miscellaneous assemblers and fabricators ;35= Miscellaneous plant and system operators ;36= Miscellaneous textile= apparel= and furnishings workers= except upholsterers ;37= Miscellaneous woodworkers= including model makers and pattern makers ;38= Molders and molding machine setters= operators= and tenders= metal and plastic ;39= Molders= shapers= and casters= except metal and plastic ;40= Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders ;41= Painting workers ;42= Paper goods machine setters= operators= and tenders ;43= Photographic process workers and processing machine operators ;44= Plating and coating machine setters= operators= and tenders= metal and plastic ;45= Power plant operators= distributors= and dispatchers ;46= Prepress technicians and workers ;47= Pressers= textile= garment= and related materials ;48= Print binding and finishing workers ;49= Printing press operators ;50= Production workers= including semiconductor processors and cooling and freezing equipment operators ;51= Rolling machine setters= operators= and tenders and forging machine setters= operators= and tenders= metal and plastic ;52= Sawing machine setters= operators= and tenders= wood ;53= Sewing machine operators ;54= Shoe and leather workers and repairers ;55= Stationary engineers and boiler operators ;56= Structural metal fabricators and fitters ;57= Tailors= dressmakers= and sewers ;58= Textile cutting machine setters= operators= and tenders ; 59= Textile knitting and weaving machine setters= operators= and tenders ;60= Textile winding= twisting= and drawing out machine setters= operators and tenders ;61= Tire builders ;62= Tool and die makers ;63= Tool grinders= filers= and sharpeners ;64= Upholsterers ;65= Water and liquid waste treatment plant and system operators ;66= Welding= soldering= and brazing workers ;67= Woodworking machine setters= operators= and tenders= except sawing
demo_caregiver_occ_protIntegerRecommendedProtective Service1::161= Animal control workers ;2= Bailiffs= correctional officers= and jailers ;3= Crossing guards ;4= Detectives and criminal investigators ;5= Fire inspectors ;6= Fire fighters ; 7= First-line supervisors/managers of correctional officers ;8= First-line supervisors/managers of fire fighting and prevention workers ;9= First-line supervisors/managers of police and detectives ;10= Lifeguards and other recreational and all other protective service workers ;11= Miscellaneous law enforcement workers ;12= Police officers ;13= Private detectives and investigators ;14= Security guards and gaming surveillance officers ;15= Supervisors= protective service workers= all other ;16= Transportation security screeners
demo_caregiver_occ_saleIntegerRecommendedSales and Related1::181= Advertising sales agents ;2= Cashiers ;3= Counter and rental clerks ;4= Door-to-door sales workers= news and street vendors= and related workers ; 5= First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers ;6= First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers ; 7= Insurance sales agents ;8= Models= demonstrators= and product promoters ;9= Parts salespersons ; 10= Real estate brokers and sales agents ;11= Retail salespersons ;12= Sales and related workers= all other ; 13= Sales engineers ;14= Sales representatives= services= all other ;15= Sales representatives= wholesale and manufacturing ;16= Securities= commodities= and financial services sales agents ;17= Telemarketers ;18= Travel agents
demo_caregiver_occ_transIntegerRecommendedTransportation and Material Moving1::291= Air traffic controllers and airfield operations specialists ;2= Aircraft pilots and flight engineers ;3= Ambulance drivers and attendants= except emergency medical technicians ;4= Bus drivers ;5= Cleaners of vehicles and equipment ; 6= Crane and tower operators ;7= Dredge= excavating= and loading machine operators ;8= Driver/sales workers and truck drivers ;9= Hoist and winch operators= and conveyor operators and tenders ;10= Industrial truck and tractor operators ;11= Laborers and freight= stock= and material movers= hand ;12= Locomotive engineers and operators ;13= Machine feeders and offbearers ;14= Material moving workers= including mine shuttle operators and tank car= truck= and ship loaders ;15= Motor vehicle operators= all other ;16= Other transportation workers= including bridge and lock tenders ;17= Packers and packagers= hand ;18= Parking lot attendants ;19= Pumping station operators ;20= Railroad brake= signal= switch operators= conductors and yardmasters ;21= Refuse and recyclable material collectors ; 22= Sailors and marine oilers= and ship engineers ;23= Service station attendants ;24= Ship and boat captains and operators ;25= Subway= streetcar= and other rail transportation workers ;26= Supervisors= transportation and material moving workers ;27= Taxi drivers and chauffeurs ;28= Transportation attendants= except flight attendants ;29= Transportation inspectors
demo_caregiver_occ_sameIntegerRecommendedDid the caregiver have the same occupation before the child was born?0;1;971= Yes ; 0= No ; 97= Don't know
demo_caregiver_p_occIntegerRecommendedCaregiver's occupation prior to birth of the child1::23;971= Architecture and Engineering ; 2= Armed Forces ; 3= Arts= Design= Entertaining= Sports= and Media ; 4= Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance ; 5= Business and Financial Operations ; 6= Community and Social Services ; 7= Computer and Mathematical ; 8= Construction and Extraction ; 9= Education= Training= and Library ; 10= Farming= Fishing= and Forestry ; 11= Food preparation and Serving Related ; 12= Healthcare Practitioners and Technical ; 13= Healthcare Support ; 14= Installation= Maintenance= and Repair ; 15= Legal ; 16= Life= Physical= and Social Science ; 17= Management ; 18= Office and Administrative Support ; 19= Personal Care and Service ; 20= Production ; 21= Protective Service ; 22= Sales and Related ; 23= Transportation and Material Moving ; 97= Don't Know
demo_caregiver_p_occ_archIntegerRecommendedArchitecture and Engineering Occupations1::201= Aerospace engineers ;2= Agricultural and biomedical engineers ;3= Architects= except naval ;4= Chemical engineers ;5= Civil engineers ;6= Computer hardware engineers ;7= Drafters ;8= Electrical and electronic engineers ;9= Engineering technicians= except drafters ;10= Engineers= all other;11= Environmental engineers ;12= Industrial engineers= including health and safety ;13= Marine engineers and naval architects ;14= Materials engineers ;15= Mechanical engineers ;16= Mining and geological engineers= including mining safety engineers ;17= Nuclear engineers ;18= Petroleum engineers ;19= Surveying and mapping technicians;20= Surveyors= cartographers= and photogrammetrists
demo_caregiver_p_occ_artIntegerRecommendedArts, Design, Entertaining, Sports, and Media Occupations1::191= Actors ;2= Announcers ;3= Artists and related workers ;4= Arts;5= Athletes= coaches= umpires= and related workers ;6= Broadcast and sound engineering technicians and radio operators= and media and communication equipment workers= all other ;7= Dancers and choreographers; 8= Designers ;9= Editors ;10= Entertainers and performers= sports and related workers= all other ;11= Miscellaneous media and communication workers;12= Musicians= singers= and related workers ;13= News analysts= reporters and correspondents ;14= Photographers ;15= Producers and directors ;16= Public relations specialists ;17= Technical writers ; 18= Television= video= and motion picture camera operators and editors;19= Writers and authors
demo_caregiver_p_occ_buildingIntegerRecommendedBuilding and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance Occupations1::61= First-line supervisors/managers of housekeeping and janitorial workers ;2= First-line supervisors/managers of landscaping= lawn service= and groundskeeping workers ;3= Grounds maintenance workers ;4= Janitors and building cleaners ;5= Maids and housekeeping cleaners ;6= Pest control workers
demo_caregiver_p_occ_businessIntegerRecommendedBusiness and Financial Operations Occupations1;21= Business Operations Specialist ; 2= Financial Specialist
demo_caregiver_p_occ_bus_opIntegerRecommendedBusiness Operations Specialist Occupations1::161= Agents and business managers of artists= performers= and athletes ;2= Business operations specialists= all other;3= Claims adjusters= appraisers= examiners= and investigators ;4= Compensation= benefits= and job analysis specialists ;5= Compliance officers ;6= Cost estimators ;7= Fundraisers ;8= Human resource workers ;9= Logisticians ;10= Management analysts ;11= Market research analysts and marketing specialists ;12= Meeting= convention= and event planners ;13= Purchasing agents and buyers= farm products ;14= Purchasing agents= except wholesale= retail= and farm products ;15= Training and development specialists ;16= Wholesale and retail buyers= except farm products
demo_caregiver_p_occ_bus_finIntegerRecommendedFinancial Specialist Occupations1::121= Accountants and auditors ;2= Appraisers and assessors of real estate ;3= Budget analysts ;4= Credit analysts ;5= Financial analysts ;6= Financial examiners ;7= Financial specialists= all other ; 8= Insurance underwriters ;9= Loan counselors and officers ;10= Personal financial advisors ;11= Tax examiners= collectors= and revenue agents ; 12= Tax prepares
demo_caregiver_p_occ_commIntegerRecommendedCommunity and Social Services Occupations1::81= Clergy ;2= Counselors ;3= Directors= religious activities and education ;4= Miscellaneous community and social service specialists= including health educators and community health workers ;5= Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists ;6= Religious workers= all other;7= Social and human service assistants ;8= Social workers
demo_caregiver_p_occ_compIntegerRecommendedComputer and Mathematical Occupations1::141= Actuaries ;2= Computer and information research scientists ;3= Computer network architects ;4= Computer occupations= all other ;5= Computer programmers ;6= Computer support specialists ;7= Computer systems analysts ;8= Database administrators ;9= Information security analysts ;10= Mathematicians= statisticians and miscellaneous mathematical science occupations ;11= Network and computer systems administrators ;12= Operations research analysts ;13= Software developers= applications and systems software ;14= Web developers
demo_caregiver_p_occ_constrIntegerRecommendedConstruction and Extraction Occupations1::361= Boilermakers ;2= Brickmasons= blockmasons= and stonemasons ;3= Carpenters ;4= Carpet= floor= and tile installers and finishers ;5= Cement masons= concrete finishers= and terrazzo workers ;6= Construction and building inspectors ;7= Construction equipment operators= except Paving= surfacing= and tamping equipment operators ;8= Construction laborers ;9= Derrick= rotary drill= and service unit operators= oil= gas= and mining ;10= Drywall installers= ceiling tile installers= and tapers ; 11= Earth drillers= except oil and gas ;12= Electricians ;13= Elevator installers and repairers ;14= Explosives workers= ordnance handling experts= and blasters ;15= Extraction Workers ; 16= Fence erectors ;17= First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers ;18= Glaziers ;19= Hazardous materials removal workers ;20= Helpers= construction trades ; 21= Highway maintenance workers ;22= Insulation workers ;23= Mining machine operators ;24= Miscellaneous construction and related workers= including photovoltaic installers ; 25= Other extraction workers= including roof bolters and helpers;26= Painters= construction and maintenance and paperhangers ;27= Paving= surfacing= and tamping equipment operators ;28= Pipelayers= plumbers= pipefitters= and steamfitters ;29= Plasterers and stucco masons ;30= Rail-track laying and maintenance equipment operators ;31= Reinforcing iron and rebar workers ;32= Roofers ;33= Roustabouts= oil and gas ;34= Septic tank servicers and sewer pipe cleaners ;35= Sheet metal workers ;36= Structural iron and steel workers
demo_caregiver_p_occ_eduIntegerRecommendedEducation Training and Library Occupations1::111= Archivists= curators= and museum technicians ;2= Elementary and middle school teachers ;3= Librarians ;4= Library technicians ; 5= Postsecondary teachers ;6= Preschool and kindergarten teachers ;7= Secondary school teachers ;8= Special education teachers ;9= Teacher assistants ; 10= Other teachers and instructors ;11= Other education= training= and library workers
demo_caregiver_p_occ_farmIntegerRecommendedFarming, Fishing, and Forestry1::71= Agricultural inspectors ;2= First-line supervisors of farming= fishing= and forestry workers ;3= Fishing and hunting workers ; 4= Forest and conservation workers ;5= Graders and sorters= agricultural products ;6= Logging workers ; 7= Miscellaneous agricultural workers= including animal breeders
demo_caregiver_p_occ_foodIntegerRecommendedFood preparation and Serving Related1::121= Bartenders ;2= Chefs and head cooks ;3= Combined food preparation and serving workers= including fast food ;4= Cooks ;5= Counter attendants= cafeteria= food concession= and coffee shop ;6= Dishwashers ; 7= First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers ;8= Food preparation and serving related workers= all other including dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers ;9= Food preparation workers ;10= Food servers= non-restaurant ;11= Hosts and hostesses= restaurant= lounge= and coffee shop ;12= Waiters and waitresses
demo_caregiver_p_occ_healthIntegerRecommendedHealthcare Practitioners and Technical1::301= Audiologists ;2= Chiropractors ;3= Clinical laboratory technologists and technicians ;4= Dental hygienists ;5= Dentists ;6= Diagnostic related technologists and technicians ;7= Dietitians and nutritionists ;8= Emergency medical technicians and paramedics ;9= Exercise physiologists and therapists= all other ;10= Health diagnosing and treating practitioner support technicians ;11= Health diagnosing and treating practitioners= all other ;12= Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses ;13= Medical records and health information technicians ;14= Nurse anesthetists ;15= Nurse midwives and nurse practitioners ;16= Occupational therapists ;17= Opticians= dispensing ;18= Optometrists ;19= Pharmacists ;20= Physical therapists ;21= Physician assistants ;22= Physicians and surgeons ;23= Radiation therapists ;24= Recreational therapists ;25= Respiratory therapists ;26= Speech-language pathologists ;27= Veterinarians ; 28= Registered nurses ;29= Miscellaneous health technologists and technicians ; 30= Other healthcare practitioners and technical occupations= including podiatrists
demo_cg_p_occ_hsIntegerRecommendedHealthcare Support1::111= Dental assistants ;2= Massage therapists ;3= Medical assistants ;4= Medical transcriptionists ;5= Nursing= psychiatric= and home health aides ;6= Occupational therapist assistants and aides ;7= Pharmacy aides ;8= Phlebotomists ;9= Physical therapist assistants and aides ;10= Veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers ;11= Miscellaneous healthcare support occupations= including medical equipment preparersdemo_caregiver_p_occ_healthsupp
demo_caregiver_p_occ_maintenIntegerRecommendedInstallation, Maintenance, and Repair1::331= Aircraft mechanics and service technicians ;2= Automotive body and related repairers ;3= Automotive glass installers and repairers ;4= Automotive service technicians and mechanics ;5= Avionics technicians ;6= Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists ;7= Coin= vending= and amusement machine servicers and repairers ;8= Computer= automated teller= and office machine repairers ;9= Control and valve installers and repairers ;10= Electric motor= power tool= and related repairers ;11= Electrical and electronics repairers= transportation equipment= industrial and utility ;12= Electrical power-line installers and repairers ;13= Electronic equipment installers and repairers= motor vehicles ;14= Electronic home entertainment equipment installers and repairers ;15= First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics= installers= and repairers ;16= Heating= air conditioning= and refrigeration mechanics and installers ;17= Heavy vehicle and mobile equipment service technicians and mechanics ;18= Helpers--installation= maintenance= and repair workers ; 19= Home appliance repairers ;20= Industrial and refractory machinery mechanics ;21= Locksmiths and safe repairers ;22= Maintenance and repair workers= general ;23= Maintenance workers= machinery ;24= Manufactured building and mobile home installers ;25= Millwrights ;26= Miscellaneous vehicle and mobile equipment mechanics= installers= and repairers ;27= Precision instrument and equipment repairers ;28= Radio and telecommunications equipment installers and repairers ;29= Riggers ;30= Security and fire alarm systems installers ;31= Small engine mechanics ;32= Telecommunications line installers and repairers ;33= Other installation= maintenance= and repair workers= including wind turbine service technicians= commercial divers= and signal and train switch repairers
demo_caregiver_p_occ_legIntegerRecommendedLegal1::41= Judicial law clerks; 2= Lawyers= Judges= magistrates= and other judicial workers ;3= Paralegals and legal assistants ; 4= Miscellaneous legal support workers
demo_cg_p_occ_ssIntegerRecommendedLife, Physical, and Social Science1::181= Agricultural and food science technicians ;2= Agricultural and food scientists ;3= Astronomers and physicists ;4= Atmospheric and space scientists ;5= Biological scientists ;6= Biological technicians ;7= Chemical technicians ;8= Chemists and materials scientists ;9= Conservation scientists and foresters ;10= Economists ;11= Environmental scientists and geoscientists ;12= Geological and petroleum technicians ; 13= Medical scientists and life scientists= all other ;14= Physical scientists= all other ;15= Psychologists ;16= Urban and regional planners ;17= Miscellaneous life= physical= and social science technicians ;18= Miscellaneous social scientists= including survey researchers and sociologistsdemo_caregiver_p_occ_socialscience
demo_caregiver_p_occ_mgmtIntegerRecommendedManagement1::271= Administrative services managers ;2= Advertising and promotions managers ;3= Chief executives ;4= Compensation and benefits managers ;5= Computer and information systems managers ;6= Construction managers ;7= Education administrators ;8= Emergency management directors ;9= Engineering managers ;10= Farmers= ranchers= and other agricultural managers ;11= Financial managers ;12= Food service managers ;13= Gaming managers ;14= General and operations managers ;15= Human resources managers ; 16= Industrial production managers ;17= Lodging managers ;18= Marketing and sales managers ;19= Medical and health services managers ;20= Natural sciences managers ;21= Property= real estate= and community association managers ;22= Public relations managers ;23= Purchasing managers ;24= Social and community service managers ; 25= Training and development managers ;26= Transportation= storage= and distribution managers ; 27= Managers= all other
demo_caregiver_p_occ_officeIntegerRecommendedOffice and Administrative Support1::491= Bill and account collectors ;2= Billing and posting clerks and machine operators ;3= Bookkeeping= accounting= and auditing clerks ;4= Brokerage clerks ;5= Cargo and freight agents ;6= Communications equipment operators= all other ;7= Correspondence clerks and order clerks ;8= Couriers and messengers ;9= Court= municipal= and license clerks ;10= Credit authorizers= checkers= and clerks ;11= Customer service representatives ;12= Data entry keyers ; 13= Dispatchers ;14= Eligibility interviewers= government programs ;15= File Clerks ;16= Financial clerks= all other ;17= First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers ;18= Gaming cage workers ; 19= Hotel= motel= and resort desk clerks ;20= Human resources assistants= except payroll and timekeeping ;21= Information and record clerks= all other ;22= Insurance claims and policy processing clerks ;23= Interviewers= except eligibility and loan ;24= Library assistants= clerical ;25= Loan interviewers and clerks ;26= Mail clerks and mail machine operators= except postal service ;27= Meter readers= utilities ; 28= New accounts clerks ; 29= Office and administrative support workers= including desktop publishers ; 30= Office clerks= general ;31= Office machine operators= except computer ;32= Payroll and timekeeping clerks ;33= Postal service clerks ;34= Postal service mail carriers ;35= Postal service mail sorters= processors= and processing machine operators ;36= Procurement clerks ;37= Production= planning= and expediting clerks ;38= Proofreaders and copy markers ;39= Receptionists and information clerks ;40= Reservation and transportation ticket agents and travel clerks ;41= Secretaries and administrative assistants ; 42= Computer operators ;43= Shipping= receiving= and traffic clerks ;44= Statistical assistants ; 45= Stock clerks and order fillers ; 46= Telephone operators ;47= Tellers ;48= Weighers= measurers= checkers= and samplers= recordkeeping ;49= Word processors and typists
demo_caregiver_p_occ_perscareIntegerRecommendedPersonal Care and Service1::201= Animal trainers;2= Baggage porters= bellhops= and concierges ;3= Barbers ; 4= Child care workers ;5= Embalmers and funeral attendants ;6= First-line supervisors/managers of gaming workers ;7= First-line supervisors/managers of personal service workers ;8= Gaming services workers ;9= Hairdressers= hairstylists= and cosmetologists ;10= Miscellaneous entertainment attendants and related workers ;11= Miscellaneous personal appearance workers ; 12= Morticians= undertakers= and funeral directors ;13= Motion picture projectionists ;14= Nonfarm animal caretakers ; 15= Personal and home care aides ;16= Personal care and service workers= all other; 17= Recreation and fitness workers ;18= Residential advisors ;19= Tour and travel guides ;20= Ushers= lobby attendants= and ticket takers
demo_caregiver_p_occ_prodIntegerRecommendedProduction1::671= Aircraft structure= surfaces= rigging= and systems assemblers ;2= Bakers ;3= Butchers and other meat= poultry= and fish processing workers ;4= Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters ;5= Cementing and gluing machine operators and tenders ;6= Chemical processing machine setters= operators= and tenders ;7= Cleaning= washing= and metal pickling equipment operators and tenders ;8= Computer control programmers and operators ;9= Crushing= grinding= polishing= mixing= and blending workers ;10= Cutting workers ;11= Cutting= punching= and press machine setters= operators= and tenders= metal and plastic ;12= Electrical= electronics= and electromechanical assemblers ;13= Engine and other machine assemblers ;14= Etchers and engravers ;15= Extruding and drawing machine setters= operators= and tenders= metal and plastic ;16= Extruding= forming= pressing= and compacting machine setters= operators= and tenders ;17= First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers ;18= Food and tobacco roasting= baking= and drying machine operators and tenders ;19= Food batchmakers ;20= Food cooking machine operators and tenders ;21= Food processing workers= all other ;22= Furnace= kiln= oven= drier= and kettle operators and tenders ;23= Furniture finishers ;24= Grinding= lapping= polishing= and buffing machine tool setters= operators= and tenders= metal and plastic ;25= Helpers--production workers ;26= Inspectors= testers= sorters= samplers= and weighers ;27= Jewelers and precious stone and metal workers ;28= Lathe and turning machine tool setters= operators= and tenders= metal and plastic ;29= Laundry and dry-cleaning workers ;30= Machinists ;31= Medical= dental= and ophthalmic laboratory technicians ;32= Metal furnace and kiln operators and tenders ;33= Metalworkers and plastic workers= all other ;34= Miscellaneous assemblers and fabricators ;35= Miscellaneous plant and system operators ;36= Miscellaneous textile= apparel= and furnishings workers= except upholsterers ;37= Miscellaneous woodworkers= including model makers and pattern makers ;38= Molders and molding machine setters= operators= and tenders= metal and plastic ;39= Molders= shapers= and casters= except metal and plastic ;40= Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders ;41= Painting workers ;42= Paper goods machine setters= operators= and tenders ;43= Photographic process workers and processing machine operators ;44= Plating and coating machine setters= operators= and tenders= metal and plastic ;45= Power plant operators= distributors= and dispatchers ;46= Prepress technicians and workers ;47= Pressers= textile= garment= and related materials ;48= Print binding and finishing workers ;49= Printing press operators ;50= Production workers= including semiconductor processors and cooling and freezing equipment operators ;51= Rolling machine setters= operators= and tenders and forging machine setters= operators= and tenders= metal and plastic ;52= Sawing machine setters= operators= and tenders= wood ;53= Sewing machine operators ;54= Shoe and leather workers and repairers ;55= Stationary engineers and boiler operators ;56= Structural metal fabricators and fitters ;57= Tailors= dressmakers= and sewers ;58= Textile cutting machine setters= operators= and tenders ; 59= Textile knitting and weaving machine setters= operators= and tenders ;60= Textile winding= twisting= and drawing out machine setters= operators and tenders ;61= Tire builders ;62= Tool and die makers ;63= Tool grinders= filers= and sharpeners ;64= Upholsterers ;65= Water and liquid waste treatment plant and system operators ;66= Welding= soldering= and brazing workers ;67= Woodworking machine setters= operators= and tenders= except sawing
demo_caregiver_p_occ_protIntegerRecommendedProtective Service1::161= Animal control workers ;2= Bailiffs= correctional officers= and jailers ;3= Crossing guards ;4= Detectives and criminal investigators ;5= Fire inspectors ;6= Fire fighters ; 7= First-line supervisors/managers of correctional officers ;8= First-line supervisors/managers of fire fighting and prevention workers ;9= First-line supervisors/managers of police and detectives ;10= Lifeguards and other recreational and all other protective service workers ;11= Miscellaneous law enforcement workers ;12= Police officers ;13= Private detectives and investigators ;14= Security guards and gaming surveillance officers ;15= Supervisors= protective service workers= all other ;16= Transportation security screeners
demo_caregiver_p_occ_saleIntegerRecommendedSales and Related1::181= Advertising sales agents ;2= Cashiers ;3= Counter and rental clerks ;4= Door-to-door sales workers= news and street vendors= and related workers ; 5= First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers ;6= First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers ; 7= Insurance sales agents ;8= Models= demonstrators= and product promoters ;9= Parts salespersons ; 10= Real estate brokers and sales agents ;11= Retail salespersons ;12= Sales and related workers= all other ; 13= Sales engineers ;14= Sales representatives= services= all other ;15= Sales representatives= wholesale and manufacturing ;16= Securities= commodities= and financial services sales agents ;17= Telemarketers ;18= Travel agents
demo_caregiver_p_occ_transIntegerRecommendedTransportation and Material Moving1::291= Air traffic controllers and airfield operations specialists ;2= Aircraft pilots and flight engineers ;3= Ambulance drivers and attendants= except emergency medical technicians ;4= Bus drivers ;5= Cleaners of vehicles and equipment ; 6= Crane and tower operators ;7= Dredge= excavating= and loading machine operators ;8= Driver/sales workers and truck drivers ;9= Hoist and winch operators= and conveyor operators and tenders ;10= Industrial truck and tractor operators ;11= Laborers and freight= stock= and material movers= hand ;12= Locomotive engineers and operators ;13= Machine feeders and offbearers ;14= Material moving workers= including mine shuttle operators and tank car= truck= and ship loaders ;15= Motor vehicle operators= all other ;16= Other transportation workers= including bridge and lock tenders ;17= Packers and packagers= hand ;18= Parking lot attendants ;19= Pumping station operators ;20= Railroad brake= signal= switch operators= conductors and yardmasters ;21= Refuse and recyclable material collectors ; 22= Sailors and marine oilers= and ship engineers ;23= Service station attendants ;24= Ship and boat captains and operators ;25= Subway= streetcar= and other rail transportation workers ;26= Supervisors= transportation and material moving workers ;27= Taxi drivers and chauffeurs ;28= Transportation attendants= except flight attendants ;29= Transportation inspectors
demo_income_rangeIntegerRecommendedIf you feel comfortable, please provide us with a range of your yearly household income.1::5;980= Less than $15=000 ; 1= $15=000 - $30=000 ; 2= $31=000 - $50=000 ; 3= $51=000 - $75=000 ; 4= $76=000 - $100=000 ; 5= More than $100=000 ; 98= Prefer not to answer
demo_legal_issuesString5RecommendedAre there any legal issues we should know about your child (custody, DCFS, adoption, etc.)Yes;No
demo_legal_issues_whatString100RecommendedIf so, please describe:
demo_challengesIntegerRecommendedAre there any other concerns or challenges affecting your family? (check all that apply)1::8;78;991= Financial concerns ; 2= Employment concerns ; 3= Housing ; 4= Caring for other family members ; 5= Relationship problems ; 6= Violence (past or present) ; 7= Substance use or addictions ;8= Lack of support or resources ; 78= Other ; 99= None (not applicable)
demo_fiancial_challengString100RecommendedFinancial concerns - please describe:
demo_employ_challengeString100RecommendedEmplyment concerns - please describe:
demo_housing_challengeString100RecommendedHousing concerns - please describe:
demo_caring_challengeString100RecommendedCaring for other family members - please describe:
demo_relation_challengeString100RecommendedRelationship problems - please describe:
demo_violence_challengeString100RecommendedViolence (past or present) - please describe:
demo_substance_challengeString100RecommendedSubstance use or addictions - please describe
demo_support_challengeString100RecommendedLack of support or resources - please describe:
demo_other_challengeString100RecommendedOther concerns - please describe:
demo_preg_complicat_specString100RecommendedWhat were the complications experienced during pregnancy or birth?
ldnb_stayicuString50RecommendedDid this baby stay in the neonatal intensive care unitNo;Yes;Don't Knowdemo_child_nicu
demo_child_nicu_daysIntegerRecommendedIf yes, how many days was the child in the NICU?78=Other; 99=N/A
demo_child_nicu_otherString10RecommendedIf other, please specify
demo_preg_meds_numIntegerRecommendedHow many different medications were used during pregnancy?
hi_31a1String250RecommendedMedication 1 Namedemo_preg_meds_1
hi_31b1String250RecommendedMedication 2 Namedemo_preg_meds_2
hi_31c1String250RecommendedMedication 3 Namedemo_preg_meds_3
hi_31d1String250RecommendedMedication 4 Namedemo_preg_meds_4
hi_31e1String250RecommendedMedication 5 Namedemo_preg_meds_5
demo_preg_vaginalIntegerRecommendedDid the mother have a vaginal birth or a cesarean birth (C-section)?1;2;971= Vaginal birth ; 2= Cesarean birth (C-section) ; 97= Don't know
demo_words_infantIntegerRecommendedCheck the words the best describe the child as an infant1::131= Happy ; 2= Demanding ; 3= Active ; 4= Fussy ; 5= Easy Going ; 6= Observant ; 7= Irritable ; 8= Angelic ; 9= Difficult to console ; 10= Cuddly ; 11= Cranky ; 12= Quiet ; 13= Sleepy
demo_words_descrIntegerRecommendedPlease check the words that describe your the child (check all that apply)1::241= Easy-Going ; 2= Explosive ; 3= Clingy ; 4= Loud ; 5= Nervous ; 6= Shy ; 7= Busy ; 8= Independent ; 9= Happy ; 10= Fearless ; 11= Quiet ; 12= Friendly ; 13= Brave ; 14= Flexible ; 15= Unpredictable ; 16= Cuddly ; 17= Active ; 18= Likes Sameness ; 19= Cranky ; 20= Aggressive ; 21= Slow to Adjust ; 22= Fearful ; 23= Social ; 24= Playful
c3ps45String1,000Recommended45. What strengths or skills does your child have?demo_child_strengths
demo_child_challengeString100RecommendedWhat are the child's challenges?
demo_child_calmsString100RecommendedHow does the child calm him/herself she s/he is upset?
demo_limit_setString100RecommendedWhat method of limit setting do you use in your home?
demo_limit_freqString100RecommendedHow often do you need to set limits with your child?
baseline_b_006IntegerRecommendedDo you have a primary care provider, like a family doctor, internist, or nurse practitioner?0;1; -888; -9990=No; 1=Yes; -888=Not Applicable; -999=Missing;demo_physician
last_doctor_visitDateRecommendedwhen was last visit to doctordemo_phsyician_recent
demo_symptomsIntegerRecommendedHas your child had any of the following symptoms? (check all that apply or check Not Applicable)1::38;991= Poor appetite ; 2= Excessive appetite ; 3= Poor growth ; 4= Rapid weight gain ; 5= Hearing problems ; 6= Vision problem ; 7= Seizures ; 8= Staring spells ; 9= Fainting ;10= Coordination problems ; 11= Developmental delay ; 12= Speech delay ; 13= Repetitive movements ; 14= Tics ; 15= Muscle weakness ; 16= Loose muscles (low tone) ; 17= Tight muscles (high tone) ; 18= Tremors ; 19= Hoarseness ; 20= Difficulty swallowing ; 21= Loud snoring ; 22= Chronic cough ; 23= Shortness of breath ; 24= Wheezing ; 25= Heart murmur ; 26= Heart problems ; 27= Frequent diarrhea ; 28= Frequent vomiting ; 29= Stomach pain ; 30= Constipation ; 31= Frequent fevers ; 32= Frequent ear infections ; 33= Sinus problems ; 34= Chronic nasal congestion ; 35= Eczema ; 36= Rashes ; 37= Teeth problems ; 38= Hair problems ;99= NOT APPLICABLE
fu_q20_hearing_testedString25RecommendedHas your child's hearing been tested?Yes;Nodemo_hearing_test
hearingtestingdateddDateRecommendedHearing testing Datedemo_hearing_date
rev_eartestfindingString255RecommendedHearing Testing: Findingsdemo_hearing_results
demo_vision_testString5RecommendedHas your child's vision been tested?Yes;No
demo_vision_dateString10RecommendedIf so, when?best estimated date
demo_vision_resultsString50RecommendedWhat were the results?
imm_dateString10RecommendedImmunizations up to dateYes; No; Unknown; N/Ademo_immun
demo_immun_noString50RecommendedIf not, why?
demo_allergiesString5RecommendedDoes the child have any allergies?Yes;No
p002_specifyString500RecommendedDescribe Allergydemo_allergies_what
demo_chronicString5RecommendedDoes the child have any chronic medical conditions?Yes;No;NK; RefRef=refused
demo_chronic_whatString50RecommendedIf yes, please describe:
demo_accidentsString5RecommendedHas the child had any accidents or injuries?Yes;No
demo_accidents_whatString50RecommendedIf yes, please describe:
everhospIntegerRecommendedWas the child EVER hospitalized, other than at delivery?1;21=No; 2=Yesdemo_hospital
demo_hospital_xIntegerRecommendedHow many times has the child been hospitalized?1::31= 1 ; 2= 2 ; 3= 3+
dtmstarthosp1DateRecommendedDate 1st hospitalization begandemo_hos1_date
puillness1String250RecommendedHospitalization 1: Specific Illnessdemo_hos1_ill
dtmstarthosp2DateRecommendedDate 2nd hospitalization begandemo_hos2_date
puillness2String250RecommendedHospitalization 2: Specific Illnessdemo_hos2_ill
dtmstarthosp3DateRecommendedDate 3rd hospitalization begandemo_hos3_date
puillness3String250RecommendedHospitalization 3: Specific Illnessdemo_hos3_ill
surg_surgeverString50RecommendedHas the child ever had surgeryNo;Yes;Don't Knowdemo_surgery
demo_surgery_xIntegerRecommendedHow many times has the child had surgery?1::31= 1 ; 2= 2 ; 3= 3+
srgdtDateRecommendedDate of Surgerydemo_surg1_date
surg_surgtype1String255RecommendedTYPE OF SURGERY 1demo_surg1_ill
surgerydatedd2_1DateRecommendedSurgery Date 2demo_surg2_date
surg_surgtype2String255RecommendedTYPE OF SURGERY 2demo_surg2_ill
surgerydatedd3_1DateRecommendedSurgery Date 3demo_surg3_date
surg_surgtype3String255RecommendedTYPE OF SURGERY 3demo_surg3_ill
demo_med_regString5RecommendedDoes the child take medication regularly?Yes;No
demo_med_reg_xIntegerRecommendedHow many medications does the child take regularly?
medication1_nameString100RecommendedName first medication that the participant has taken999= Legitimately skipped;demo_med1_reg
medication1_dosageString50RecommendedFirst medication dosagedemo_med1_reg_dos
medication1_frequencyString50RecommendedFirst medication frequencydemo_med1_reg_freq
medication2_nameString100RecommendedName second medication that the participant has taken999= Legitimately skipped;demo_med2_reg
medication2_dosageString50RecommendedSecond medication dosagedemo_med2_reg_dos
medication2_frequencyString50RecommendedSecond medication frequencydemo_med2_reg_freq
medication3_nameString150RecommendedName third medication that the participant has taken999= Legitimately skipped;demo_med3_reg
medication3_dosageString50RecommendedThird medication dosagedemo_med3_reg_dos
medication3_frequencyString50RecommendedThird medication frequencydemo_med3_reg_fre
medication4_nameString100RecommendedName fourth medication that the participant has taken999= Legitimately skipped;demo_med4_reg
medication4_dosageString50RecommendedFourth medication dosagedemo_med4_reg_dos
medication4_frequencyString50RecommendedFourth medication frequencydemo_med4_reg_freq
demo_diagnosisString5RecommendedHas the child received a medical diagnosis?Yes;No
demo_diagnos_specIntegerRecommendedIf so, which one?1::5;781= Developmental delay ; 2= Autism ; 3= Sensory Integration ; 4= Apraxia of Speech ; 5= Dysarthria of Speech ; 78= Other
mentalt_diagString150RecommendedWhat is the diagnosis?demo_diagnos_other
demo_words_regressIntegerRecommendedHas the child's language regressed (i.e. suddenly lost skills or used to say more words than they do now)?0;1;991= Yes ; 0= No ; 99= Not Applicable (child does not use words yet)
demo_med_reportsIntegerRecommendedWhat past medical, school, or therapy evaluations has your child had? (check all that apply)1::16;781= Neurologist ; 2= Psychiatrist ; 3= Psychologist ; 4= Genetics doctor ; 5= Rehabilitation doctor ; 6= Complementary/alternative provider ; 7= GI (stomach) doctor ; 8= Orthopedic doctor ; 9= Developmental Pediatrician ; 10= Endocrinologist ; 11= Cardiologist ; 12= Social Worker ; 13= Occupational therapist ; 14= Speech therapist ; 15= Physical therapist ; 16= Behavior Therapist ; 78= Other health care provider
demo_med_testsIntegerRecommendedWhat medical tests has your child had?1::8;78;791= Chromosomes ; 2= Fragile X ; 3= Microarray ; 4= Lead ; 5= MRI of brain ; 6= CT scan of brain ; 7= EEG ; 8= Bone x-ray ; 78= Other imaging (write-in) ; 79= Other blood testing (write-in)
demo_chrom_resultString50RecommendedWhat was the result of the chromosomes test?
demo_fragx_resultString50RecommendedWhat was the result of the Fragile X test?
demo_micro_resultString50RecommendedWhat was the result of the Microarray test?
demo_lead_resultString50RecommendedWhat was the result of the Lead test?
demo_mri_resultString50RecommendedWhat was the result of the MRI test?
demo_ct_resultString50RecommendedWhat was the result of the CT scan?
eeg_resultString255RecommendedDetails of EEG result(s)demo_eeg_result
demo_bone_resultString50RecommendedWhat was the result of the Bone x-ray?
demo_imaging_resultString50RecommendedWhat was the results of the other imaging test?
demo_blood_resultString50RecommendedWhat was the result of the other blood test?
demo_lose_age_cogIntegerRecommendedHow old was the child when they first lost cognitive skills?1::36;991=1 month; 2=2 months ; 3= 3 months ; 4= 4 months ;5= 5 months ;6= 6 months ; 7=7 months ; 8= 8 months ; 9= 9 months ;10= 10 months ; 11= 11 months ; 12= 12 months (1 year) ; 13= 13 months (1 year= 1 month) ; 14= 14 months (1 year= 2 months) ; 15= 15 months (1 year= 3 months); 16= 16 months (1 year= 4 months) ; 17= 17 months (1 year= 5 months); 18= 18 months (1 year= 6 months) ; 19= 19 months (1 year= 7 months); 20= 20 months (1 year= 8 months); 21= 21 months (1 year= 9 months) ; 22= 22 months (1 year= 10 months); 23= 23 months (1 year= 11 months); 24= 24 months (2 years) ; 25= 25 months (2 years= 1 month) ; 26= 26 months (2 years= 2 months) ; 27= 27 months (2 years= 3 months) ; 28= 28 months (2 years= 4 months) ; 29= 29 months (2 years= 5 months); 30= 30 months (2 years= 6 months); 31= 31 months (2 years= 7 months); 32= 32 months (2 years= 8 months); 33= 33 months (2 years= 9 months) ; 34= 34 months (2 years= 10 months) ;35= 35 months (2 years= 11 months) ;36= 36 months (3 years) ; 99= Not Applicable
demo_lose_age_behavIntegerRecommendedHow old was the child when they first lost behavior skills?1::36;991=1 month; 2=2 months ; 3= 3 months ; 4= 4 months ;5= 5 months ;6= 6 months ; 7=7 months ; 8= 8 months ; 9= 9 months ;10= 10 months ; 11= 11 months ; 12= 12 months (1 year) ; 13= 13 months (1 year= 1 month) ; 14= 14 months (1 year= 2 months) ; 15= 15 months (1 year= 3 months); 16= 16 months (1 year= 4 months) ; 17= 17 months (1 year= 5 months); 18= 18 months (1 year= 6 months) ; 19= 19 months (1 year= 7 months); 20= 20 months (1 year= 8 months); 21= 21 months (1 year= 9 months) ; 22= 22 months (1 year= 10 months); 23= 23 months (1 year= 11 months); 24= 24 months (2 years) ; 25= 25 months (2 years= 1 month) ; 26= 26 months (2 years= 2 months) ; 27= 27 months (2 years= 3 months) ; 28= 28 months (2 years= 4 months) ; 29= 29 months (2 years= 5 months); 30= 30 months (2 years= 6 months); 31= 31 months (2 years= 7 months); 32= 32 months (2 years= 8 months); 33= 33 months (2 years= 9 months) ; 34= 34 months (2 years= 10 months) ;35= 35 months (2 years= 11 months) ;36= 36 months (3 years) ; 99= Not Applicable
demo_lose_age_hearIntegerRecommendedHow old was the child when they first lost hearing skills?1::36;991=1 month; 2=2 months ; 3= 3 months ; 4= 4 months ;5= 5 months ;6= 6 months ; 7=7 months ; 8= 8 months ; 9= 9 months ;10= 10 months ; 11= 11 months ; 12= 12 months (1 year) ; 13= 13 months (1 year= 1 month) ; 14= 14 months (1 year= 2 months) ; 15= 15 months (1 year= 3 months); 16= 16 months (1 year= 4 months) ; 17= 17 months (1 year= 5 months); 18= 18 months (1 year= 6 months) ; 19= 19 months (1 year= 7 months); 20= 20 months (1 year= 8 months); 21= 21 months (1 year= 9 months) ; 22= 22 months (1 year= 10 months); 23= 23 months (1 year= 11 months); 24= 24 months (2 years) ; 25= 25 months (2 years= 1 month) ; 26= 26 months (2 years= 2 months) ; 27= 27 months (2 years= 3 months) ; 28= 28 months (2 years= 4 months) ; 29= 29 months (2 years= 5 months); 30= 30 months (2 years= 6 months); 31= 31 months (2 years= 7 months); 32= 32 months (2 years= 8 months); 33= 33 months (2 years= 9 months) ; 34= 34 months (2 years= 10 months) ;35= 35 months (2 years= 11 months) ;36= 36 months (3 years) ; 99= Not Applicable
demo_lose_age_motorIntegerRecommendedHow old was the child when they first lost motor skills?1::36;991=1 month; 2=2 months ; 3= 3 months ; 4= 4 months ;5= 5 months ;6= 6 months ; 7=7 months ; 8= 8 months ; 9= 9 months ;10= 10 months ; 11= 11 months ; 12= 12 months (1 year) ; 13= 13 months (1 year= 1 month) ; 14= 14 months (1 year= 2 months) ; 15= 15 months (1 year= 3 months); 16= 16 months (1 year= 4 months) ; 17= 17 months (1 year= 5 months); 18= 18 months (1 year= 6 months) ; 19= 19 months (1 year= 7 months); 20= 20 months (1 year= 8 months); 21= 21 months (1 year= 9 months) ; 22= 22 months (1 year= 10 months); 23= 23 months (1 year= 11 months); 24= 24 months (2 years) ; 25= 25 months (2 years= 1 month) ; 26= 26 months (2 years= 2 months) ; 27= 27 months (2 years= 3 months) ; 28= 28 months (2 years= 4 months) ; 29= 29 months (2 years= 5 months); 30= 30 months (2 years= 6 months); 31= 31 months (2 years= 7 months); 32= 32 months (2 years= 8 months); 33= 33 months (2 years= 9 months) ; 34= 34 months (2 years= 10 months) ;35= 35 months (2 years= 11 months) ;36= 36 months (3 years) ; 99= Not Applicable
demo_lose_age_langIntegerRecommendedHow old was the child when they first lost language skills?1::36;991=1 month; 2=2 months ; 3= 3 months ; 4= 4 months ;5= 5 months ;6= 6 months ; 7=7 months ; 8= 8 months ; 9= 9 months ;10= 10 months ; 11= 11 months ; 12= 12 months (1 year) ; 13= 13 months (1 year= 1 month) ; 14= 14 months (1 year= 2 months) ; 15= 15 months (1 year= 3 months); 16= 16 months (1 year= 4 months) ; 17= 17 months (1 year= 5 months); 18= 18 months (1 year= 6 months) ; 19= 19 months (1 year= 7 months); 20= 20 months (1 year= 8 months); 21= 21 months (1 year= 9 months) ; 22= 22 months (1 year= 10 months); 23= 23 months (1 year= 11 months); 24= 24 months (2 years) ; 25= 25 months (2 years= 1 month) ; 26= 26 months (2 years= 2 months) ; 27= 27 months (2 years= 3 months) ; 28= 28 months (2 years= 4 months) ; 29= 29 months (2 years= 5 months); 30= 30 months (2 years= 6 months); 31= 31 months (2 years= 7 months); 32= 32 months (2 years= 8 months); 33= 33 months (2 years= 9 months) ; 34= 34 months (2 years= 10 months) ;35= 35 months (2 years= 11 months) ;36= 36 months (3 years) ; 99= Not Applicable
demo_lose_age_sensIntegerRecommendedHow old was the child when they first lost sensory skills?1::36;991=1 month; 2=2 months ; 3= 3 months ; 4= 4 months ;5= 5 months ;6= 6 months ; 7=7 months ; 8= 8 months ; 9= 9 months ;10= 10 months ; 11= 11 months ; 12= 12 months (1 year) ; 13= 13 months (1 year= 1 month) ; 14= 14 months (1 year= 2 months) ; 15= 15 months (1 year= 3 months); 16= 16 months (1 year= 4 months) ; 17= 17 months (1 year= 5 months); 18= 18 months (1 year= 6 months) ; 19= 19 months (1 year= 7 months); 20= 20 months (1 year= 8 months); 21= 21 months (1 year= 9 months) ; 22= 22 months (1 year= 10 months); 23= 23 months (1 year= 11 months); 24= 24 months (2 years) ; 25= 25 months (2 years= 1 month) ; 26= 26 months (2 years= 2 months) ; 27= 27 months (2 years= 3 months) ; 28= 28 months (2 years= 4 months) ; 29= 29 months (2 years= 5 months); 30= 30 months (2 years= 6 months); 31= 31 months (2 years= 7 months); 32= 32 months (2 years= 8 months); 33= 33 months (2 years= 9 months) ; 34= 34 months (2 years= 10 months) ;35= 35 months (2 years= 11 months) ;36= 36 months (3 years) ; 99= Not Applicable
demo_lose_age_socialIntegerRecommendedHow old was the child when they first lost social skills?1::36;991=1 month; 2=2 months ; 3= 3 months ; 4= 4 months ;5= 5 months ;6= 6 months ; 7=7 months ; 8= 8 months ; 9= 9 months ;10= 10 months ; 11= 11 months ; 12= 12 months (1 year) ; 13= 13 months (1 year= 1 month) ; 14= 14 months (1 year= 2 months) ; 15= 15 months (1 year= 3 months); 16= 16 months (1 year= 4 months) ; 17= 17 months (1 year= 5 months); 18= 18 months (1 year= 6 months) ; 19= 19 months (1 year= 7 months); 20= 20 months (1 year= 8 months); 21= 21 months (1 year= 9 months) ; 22= 22 months (1 year= 10 months); 23= 23 months (1 year= 11 months); 24= 24 months (2 years) ; 25= 25 months (2 years= 1 month) ; 26= 26 months (2 years= 2 months) ; 27= 27 months (2 years= 3 months) ; 28= 28 months (2 years= 4 months) ; 29= 29 months (2 years= 5 months); 30= 30 months (2 years= 6 months); 31= 31 months (2 years= 7 months); 32= 32 months (2 years= 8 months); 33= 33 months (2 years= 9 months) ; 34= 34 months (2 years= 10 months) ;35= 35 months (2 years= 11 months) ;36= 36 months (3 years) ; 99= Not Applicable
demo_ped_interactIntegerRecommendedHow would you describe your interactions with your pediatrician regarding concerns about the child's development?1::8;781= My healthcare provider identified concerns with my child's development ; 2= I was the FIRST one to bring up concerns about my child's development to my healthcare provider ;4= My pediatrician did not take my concerns seriously ; 5= My pediatrician took my concerns seriously ONLY after bringing up my concerns more than once ;6= My healthcare provider DID take my concerns seriously ;7= My healthcare provider referred us to Early Intervention= private therapy evaluations= and/or a developmental evaluation; 8= My healthcare provider did NOT refer us to Early Intervention= private therapy evaluations= and/or a developmental evaluation;78= Other ways your healthcare provider was helpful or not helpful (write-in)
demo_ped_interact_othString100RecommendedPlease tell us other ways your pediatrician was helpful or unhelpful regarding the child's development
demo_siblingscountIntegerRecommendedNumber of siblings888 = not applicable; 999 = missingdemo_sib_number
ques_age1IntegerRecommendedAge -Sibling 1(in months)0 :: 1200demo_sib1_age
demo_sib1_genderIntegerRecommendedWhat is the gender of the first sibling?M;F
ques_age2IntegerRecommendedAge -Sibling 2(in months)0 :: 1200demo_sib2_age
demo_sib2_genderIntegerRecommendedWhat is the gender of the second sibling?M;F
ques_age3IntegerRecommendedAge -Sibling 3(in months)0 :: 1200demo_sib3_age
demo_sib3_genderIntegerRecommendedWhat is the gender of the third sibling?M;F
ques_age4IntegerRecommendedAge -Sibling 4(in months)0 :: 1200demo_sib4_age
demo_sib4_genderIntegerRecommendedWhat is the gender of the fourth sibling?M;F
ques_age5IntegerRecommendedAge -Sibling 5(in months)0 :: 1200demo_sib5_age
demo_sib5_genderIntegerRecommendedWhat is the gender of the fifth sibling?M;F
demo_sib1_diagnosis_specIntegerRecommendedDiagnosis (check all that apply)1::17;781= ADHD ; 2= Antisocial Personality Disorder ; 3= Autism Spectrum Disorder ; 4= Cerebral Palsy ; 5= Childhood Disintegrative Disorder ; 6= Conduct Disorder ; 7= Developmental Delay ; 8= Expressive Language Delay ; 9= Hearing Loss ; 10= Intellectual Disability ; 11= Mixed Expressive/ Receptive Language Delay ; 12= Motor Disorder ; 13= Oppositional Defiant Disorder ; 14= Receptive Language Delay ; 15= Social Communication Disorder ; 16= Specific Learning Disorder (i.e. Dyslexia= Dysgraphia= Dyscalculia) ; 17= Vision Impairment ; 78= Other (write-in)
demo_sib1_diagnosis_othString50RecommendedWhat is the diagnosis?
demo_sib1_concernString50RecommendedDo you have developmental concerns about this sibling?
demo_sib1_concern_specIntegerRecommendedConcerns (check all that apply)1::71= Cognitive/learning (learning how to do things) ; 2= Behavior (disruptive behavior or unable to control emotions) ; 3= Hearing (responding to noises and sounds) ;4= Motor (sitting= crawling= running= jumping) ; 5= Language (saying sounds= saying words and understanding words);6= Sensory (reactions to touch/sound) ; 7= Social interacting/engaging with others)
demo_sib2_diagnosis_specIntegerRecommendedDiagnosis (check all that apply)1::17;781= ADHD ; 2= Antisocial Personality Disorder ; 3= Autism Spectrum Disorder ; 4= Cerebral Palsy ; 5= Childhood Disintegrative Disorder ; 6= Conduct Disorder ; 7= Developmental Delay ; 8= Expressive Language Delay ; 9= Hearing Loss ; 10= Intellectual Disability ; 11= Mixed Expressive/ Receptive Language Delay ; 12= Motor Disorder ; 13= Oppositional Defiant Disorder ; 14= Receptive Language Delay ; 15= Social Communication Disorder ; 16= Specific Learning Disorder (i.e. Dyslexia= Dysgraphia= Dyscalculia) ; 17= Vision Impairment ; 78= Other (write-in)
demo_sib2_diagnosis_othString50RecommendedWhat is the diagnosis?
demo_sib2_concernString50RecommendedDo you have development concerns about this sibling?
demo_sib2_concern_specIntegerRecommendedConcerns (check all that apply)1::71= Cognitive/learning (learning how to do things) ; 2= Behavior (disruptive behavior or unable to control emotions) ; 3= Hearing (responding to noises and sounds) ;4= Motor (sitting= crawling= running= jumping) ; 5= Language (saying sounds= saying words and understanding words);6= Sensory (reactions to touch/sound) ; 7= Social (interacting/engaging with others)
demo_sib3_diagnosis_specIntegerRecommendedDiagnosis (check all that apply)1::17;781= ADHD ; 2= Antisocial Personality Disorder ; 3= Autism Spectrum Disorder ; 4= Cerebral Palsy ; 5= Childhood Disintegrative Disorder ; 6= Conduct Disorder ; 7= Developmental Delay ; 8= Expressive Language Delay ; 9= Hearing Loss ; 10= Intellectual Disability ; 11= Mixed Expressive/ Receptive Language Delay ; 12= Motor Disorder ; 13= Oppositional Defiant Disorder ; 14= Receptive Language Delay ; 15= Social Communication Disorder ; 16= Specific Learning Disorder (i.e. Dyslexia= Dysgraphia= Dyscalculia) ; 17= Vision Impairment ; 78= Other (write-in)
demo_sib3_diagnosis_othString50RecommendedWhat is the diagnosis?1::7
demo_sib3_concernString50RecommendedDo you have development concerns about this sibling?
demo_sib3_concerns_specIntegerRecommendedConcerns (check all that apply)1::71= Cognitive/learning (learning how to do things) ; 2= Behavior (disruptive behavior or unable to control emotions) ; 3= Hearing (responding to noises and sounds) ;4= Motor (sitting= crawling= running= jumping) ; 5= Language (saying sounds= saying words and understanding words);6= Sensory (reactions to touch/sound) ; 7= Social (interacting/engaging with others)
demo_sib4_diagnosis_specIntegerRecommendedDiagnosis (check all that apply)1::17;781= ADHD ; 2= Antisocial Personality Disorder ; 3= Autism Spectrum Disorder ; 4= Cerebral Palsy ; 5= Childhood Disintegrative Disorder ; 6= Conduct Disorder ; 7= Developmental Delay ; 8= Expressive Language Delay ; 9= Hearing Loss ; 10= Intellectual Disability ; 11= Mixed Expressive/ Receptive Language Delay ; 12= Motor Disorder ; 13= Oppositional Defiant Disorder ; 14= Receptive Language Delay ; 15= Social Communication Disorder ; 16= Specific Learning Disorder (i.e. Dyslexia= Dysgraphia= Dyscalculia) ; 17= Vision Impairment ; 78= Other (write-in)
demo_sib4_diagnosis_othString50RecommendedWhat is the diagnosis?
demo_sib4_concernString50RecommendedDo you have development concerns about this sibling?
demo_sib4_concern_specIntegerRecommendedConcerns (check all that apply)1::71= Cognitive/learning (learning how to do things) ; 2= Behavior (disruptive behavior or unable to control emotions) ; 3= Hearing (responding to noises and sounds) ;4= Motor (sitting= crawling= running= jumping) ; 5= Language (saying sounds= saying words and understanding words);6= Sensory (reactions to touch/sound) ; 7= Social (interacting/engaging with others)
demo_child_medString5RecommendedIs the child CURRENTLY taking any medication thought to treat developmental concerns? (do not include vitamins and supplements)Yes;No
demo_child_med_specIntegerRecommendedWhich medications is the child currently taking for developmental concerns? (check all that apply)1::14;781= Aripiprazole / Abilify ; 2= Carbamazepine / Tegretol ; 3= Citalopram / Celexa ; 4= Clondine / Kapvay ; 5= Fluoxetine/ Prozac / Sarafem ; 6= Guanfacine / Intuniv ; 7= Haloperidol/ Haldol ; 8= Lithium / Lithobid ; 9= Lursaidone / Latuda ; 10= Naltrexone / Revia / Depade ; 11= Oxytocin ; 12= Risperidone / Risperdal ; 13= Sertraline / Zoloft ; 14= Valproic Acid ; 78= Other (write-in)
medinfo_other1String300RecommendedChild currently taking Other medication, specifyRecord dosage, time of day the medicine is taken, and reason for medication.demo_child_med_oth
demo_child_prev_medString5RecommendedHas the child EVER taken any medication thought to treat developmental concerns? (do not include vitamins and supplements)Yes;No
demo_child_prev_med_specIntegerRecommendedWhich medications has the child taken for developmental concerns? (check all that apply)1::14;781= Aripiprazole / Abilify ; 2= Carbamazepine / Tegretol ; 3= Citalopram / Celexa ; 4= Clondine / Kapvay ; 5= Fluoxetine/ Prozac / Sarafem ; 6= Guanfacine / Intuniv ; 7= Haloperidol/ Haldol ; 8= Lithium / Lithobid ; 9= Lursaidone / Latuda ; 10= Naltrexone / Revia / Depade ; 11= Oxytocin ; 12= Risperidone / Risperdal ; 13= Sertraline / Zoloft ; 14= Valproic Acid ; 78= Other (write-in)
omramedotherString150RecommendedOther Medication name (not in list) specifieddemo_child_prev_med_oth
demo_vitaminsString5RecommendedIs the child CURRENTLY taking any vitamins or supplements related to improving symptoms of developmental concerns or enhancing their development?Yes;No
demo_vitamins_specIntegerRecommendedWhich vitamins/supplements is the child currently taking? (check all that apply)1::9;781= Amino Acids ;2= B Vitamins ;3= CocoKefir ;4= Enzymes ;5= GcMAF injections ;6= Melatonin ;7= Omega 3 Fatty Acids ;8= Probiotics ;9= Secretin ; 78= Other (write-in)
medhx_vitsupp_specifyString255RecommendedIf giving child supplemental vitamins, specify:demo_vit_other
demo_prev_vitaminsString5RecommendedHas the child EVER taken any vitamins or supplements related to improving symptoms of developmental concerns or enhancing their development?Yes;No
demo_prev_vitamins_specIntegerRecommendedWhich vitamins/supplements has the child tried? (check all that apply)1::9;781= Amino Acids ;2= B Vitamins ;3= CocoKefir ;4= Enzymes ;5= GcMAF injections ;6= Melatonin ;7= Omega 3 Fatty Acids ;8= Probiotics ;9= Secretin ; 78= Other (write-in)
medhx_vitsupp_pastspecifyString255RecommendedIf given supplemental vitamins in the past, specify:demo_prev_vit_other
demo_dietString5RecommendedIs the child CURRENTLY on any special/restricted diets?Yes;No
demo_diet_specIntegerRecommendedWhich diet(s) is the child currently on? (check all that apply)1::9;781= Casein Free diet ;2= Body Ecology Diet ;3= Elimination Diet ;4= GAPS Diet/Leaky Gut Diet ;5= GERD Diet ;6= Gluten Free Diet ;7= Organic Diet ;8= Raw Camel Milk ;9= Yeast Free Diet ;78= Other (write-in)
demo_diet_otherString50RecommendedIf other, please specify
demo_prev_dietString5RecommendedHas the child EVER been on any special/restricted diets?Yes;No
demo_prev_diet_specIntegerRecommendedWhich diets has the child tried? (check all that apply)1::9;781= Casein Free diet ;2= Body Ecology Diet ;3= Elimination Diet ;4= GAPS Diet/Leaky Gut Diet ;5= GERD Diet ;6= Gluten Free Diet ;7= Organic Diet ;8= Raw Camel Milk ;9= Yeast Free Diet ; 78= Other (write-in)
demo_prev_diet_otherString50RecommendedIf other, please specify
demo_homeopathicString5RecommendedIs the child CURRENTLY trying any homeopathic/alternative treatments?Yes;No
demo_homeopathic_specIntegerRecommendedWhich homeopathic/alternative treatments is the child currently trying? (check all that apply)1::22;781= Agaricus ;2= Androctonus ;3= Argentum Nitricum ;4= Carcinosin ;5= Causticum ;6= Coffea Cruda ;7= Cuprum Metallicum ;8= Helleborus ;9= Houston Homeopathy Method ; 10= Hyoscyamus ;11= Ignatia ;12= Kali Carb ;13= Melatonin ; 14= Natrum Carbonicum ;15= Pulsatilla ;16= Saccharum Officianale ;17= Silicea ;18= Stramonium ;19= Staphysagria ;20= Sulphur ; 21= Thuja ; 22= Tuberculinum ; 78= Other (write-in)
demo_homeo_otherString50RecommendedIf other, please specify
demo_prev_homeopathicString5RecommendedHas the child EVER tried any homeopathic/alternative treatments?Yes;No
demo_prev_homeopathic_specIntegerRecommendedWhich homeopathic/alternative treatments has the child tried? (check all that apply)1::22;781= Agaricus ;2= Androctonus ;3= Argentum Nitricum ;4= Carcinosin ;5= Causticum ;6= Coffea Cruda ;7= Cuprum Metallicum ;8= Helleborus ;9= Houston Homeopathy Method ; 10= Hyoscyamus ;11= Ignatia ;12= Kali Carb ;13= Melatonin ; 14= Natrum Carbonicum ;15= Pulsatilla ;16= Saccharum Officianale ;17= Silicea ;18= Stramonium ;19= Staphysagria ;20= Sulphur ; 21= Thuja ; 22= Tuberculinum ; 78= Other (write-in)
demo_prev_homeo_otherString50RecommendedIf other, please specify
demo_special_txString5RecommendedIs the child CURRENTLY trying any special/alternative therapies or treatments (e.g. Holding Therapy, Horseback Therapy, etc.)?Yes;No
demo_special_tx_specString50RecommendedWhat is the name of the special therapy or treatment the child currently trying? (write the name or try to describe the therapy)
demo_prev_special_txString50RecommendedHas the child EVER tried any special/alternative therapy or treatments?
demo_prev_special_tx_specString50RecommendedWhat is the name(s) of the special therapy or treatment the child has tried? (write the name or try to describe the therapy)
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