Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a disorder in which two of the characteristics are social problems and difficulty communicating. This study is a secondary analysis which provides insight on the social communication differences and variability within ASD. Research studies suggest there is a correlation between impairments in social affect and skills in adaptive socialization beyond what IQ reveals. The ADOS and the Vineland-II provide a general idea of child’s adaptive socialization skills. When comparing the two, it is anticipated that the results will reveal that the ADOS Social Items predict the Vineland-II Social Composite Score.