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Lack of social skills

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Other symptoms or behaviors to look for with Lack of social skills

When parents mention Lack of social skills they also mention these other symptoms:

SymptomFrequencyNumber of mentions
Limited (or lack of) social skillsOften19 mentions
Delayed speech or language developmentOften5 mentions
Difficulty socializingOften3 mentions
AnxietyOften2 mentions
Not making eye contactOften2 mentions
Developmental delays (behind on expected milestones)Sometimes1 mention
Difficulty learningSometimes1 mention
Difficulty regulating emotionsSometimes1 mention
Non-verbal (not able to use words)Sometimes1 mention
Not responding to communicationSometimes1 mention

Characteristics of Lack of social skills

Lack of social skills starts at the following ages...

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How common is Lack of social skills?

Across kids of all ages represented on Sleuth, 18.59% of parents surveyed by Sleuth say their kids have Lack of social skills.

Percentage of kids with Lack of social skills by year of age

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This is based on a survey of 538 children on Sleuth. The plot shows the percentage of parents who rated their child’s Lack of social skills “Moderate”, “Severe”, or “Very Severe” among kids in different age groups.

Frequency

OutcomePercent of ChildrenTotal Mentions
Continuously

3%

19 mentions
Hourly

0%

0 mentions
Daily

6%

35 mentions
Weekly

10%

54 mentions
Monthly

9%

49 mentions
Annually

3%

16 mentions
A Few / Several Times

14%

81 mentions
Once

2%

11 mentions
Never

53%

301 mentions

Severity

SeverityPercent of ChildrenTotal Mentions
Very Severe

2%

12 mentions
Severe

4%

20 mentions
Moderate

13%

68 mentions
Mild

20%

109 mentions
Not at All

61%

329 mentions

Care of Lack of social skills

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Discussion of Lack of social skills

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