Give me Five is a communimetirc screening model, it identifies concerns and potential needs but is not diagnostic, nor predictive of specific conditions.
The Communimetric term was widely established in the field by John Lyons, the developer of the Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS) assessment tool, which is used in all 50 states.
The Praed Foundation, which maintains the copyright of the CANS and other tools, shares a communimetric tool such as Give Me Five has items that are relevant to planning, with action levels for all items, consideration of culture and human development, it is agnostic as to etiology,
i.e., it is descriptive, not about cause, and it is about the person, not about the service.
Their website also states:
"Communimetrics presents information in an accessible style, and its model of measurement as communication bolsters transparency and ease of interpretation without sacrificing validity or reliability. It conveys a deep appreciation for the unique position of service delivery systems at the intersection between science and management”