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Not making eye contact is a common topic in parents’ descriptions of one condition: Autism.
For kids diagnosed with Autism, Not making eye contact is one of seven symptoms related to Repetitive Behavior and Social Avoidance according to Sleuth parents. All of the symptoms of Repetitive Behavior and Social Avoidance among kids with Autism are:
Other symptoms or behaviors to look for with Not making eye contact
When parents mention Not making eye contact they also mention these other symptoms:
|Symptom||Frequency||Number of mentions|
|Non-verbal (not able to use words)||Often||11 mentions|
|Not talking||Often||9 mentions|
|Delayed speech or language development||Often||5 mentions|
|Sensory processing issues (high or low sensitivity)||Often||5 mentions|
|Walking on toes (toe walking)||Often||4 mentions|
|Limited (or lack of) social skills||Sometimes||3 mentions|
|Rocking body back and forth||Sometimes||3 mentions|
Characteristics of Not making eye contact
How common is Not making eye contact?
Across kids of all ages represented on Sleuth, 16.64% of parents surveyed by Sleuth say their kids have Not making eye contact.
Percentage of kids with Not making eye contact by year of age
This is based on a survey of 541 children on Sleuth. The plot shows the percentage of parents who rated their child’s Not making eye contact “Moderate”, “Severe”, or “Very Severe” among kids in different age groups.
|Outcome||Percent of Children||Total Mentions|
|A Few / Several Times|
|Severity||Percent of Children||Total Mentions|
|Not at All|