The Coventry Grid

The Coventry Grid is an attempt to differentiate between autism and attachment problems based on clinical observations. The Grid has proved useful to clinicians and professionals working with children and adolescents. This is Version 2. If there are further revisions, they will always be found here. You can download the grid below. 

Moran, H. J. (2010). Clinical observations of the differences between children in the autism spectrum and those with attachment problems: The Coventry Grid. Good Autism Practice, 11 (2), October 2010, pp. 46-59.





Get a copy here and please pass it on to anyone who would find it useful or interesting:

(coventrygridversion2-jan2015_1520893292.pdf)

The Coventry Grid Interview

There is an interview developed by colleagues in Sussex, UK. Flackhill, Charlotte & James, Sarah & Milton, Karen & Soppitt, Richard. (2017). The Coventry Grid Interview (CGI): exploring autism & attachment difficulties. Good Autism Practice, 18, 1, 62-80. Good Autism Practice. 18. 62-80. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/316763317_The_Coventry_Grid_Interview_CGI_exploring_autism_attachment_difficulties_Good_Autism_Practice_18_1_62-80
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