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Assessments (Peds)


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Standardized assessment
-have uniform procedures for administration and scoring
-criterion referenced
Bayley III overview
-age range: 1-42 months
-domains: cognitive, language, motor
-social emotional/adaptive subtests
-norm referenced
Bayley III administration
-starting age: child's age adjusted for prematurity
-basal: 3 consecutive
-ceiling: 5 wrong
DAYC-2 overview
-age range: birth to 5.11
-domain: cognitive, communication, physical development, social-emotional development, adaptive behavior
-sub-domains: receptive language, expressive language, gross/fine motor
-includes observation/caregiver interview
DAYC-2 administration and scoring
-Starting point: by adjusted age
-Score 1: child exhibits behavior most of the time or when younger and has outgrown it
-Score 0: child doesn't exhibit behavior/does so inconsistently
-basal: three consecutive 1's
-ceiling: three consecutive 0's
Difference between Bayley III and DAYC-2 administration
-when the basal is not established, for the Bayley, have to go back an entire subsection.
-for the DAYC, just go back a number
HELP overview
Hawaii Early Learning Profile
-Age range: 0-3 (EI: HELP Strands); 3-6 (HELP for preschoolers)
-domains: cognitive , language, motor, social emotional, self-help
-supports federal requirements for Part C of IDEA and Early Head Start programs
HELP Administration and Scoring
+ present by observation/caregiver
+/- emerging
- not observed
N/A not appropriate due to age
A atypical
O family requests support
Peabody Overview
-Age range: Birth through 5 years
Subtests: reflexes (until 1 year), stationary (st), locomotion, object manipulation, grasping, visual motor integration
-fine motor, gross motor, total motor
-criterion and norm referenced
Scoring: 0. 1. 2
Basal: 2 on three consecutive items
Ceiling: scores 0 on three consecutive items
-Age Range: 4 yrs-21 yrs 11 mo
-Subtests: FM, manual dexterity, bilat, balance, running, upper limb coordination, strength
BOT-2 Scoring
-no basal/ceiling!!!
-composite scoring
-two trials, take the better trial
M-FUN Overview
-Age range: 2.6 years-7.11 years
-Domains: VM, FM, GM
-2 record forms
-teaching and practice items
M-FUN scoring
-observational checklist (but not required)
-norm and criterion referenced
Beery VMI
-Age range: 2:0 - 99:11
-VM integration, supplemental visual perception, motor coordination
-have to be administered green, blue, brown
VMI Administration
-VMI subtest (not timed)
-BASAL: functional age 5 or younger: start with blank boxes on the back; if they can't, then scribble on the back (if they can't, can't administer -- basal was not reached); if they are older than 5, can start with copying items
-CEILING: 3 consecutive items incorrect
-VP subtest: timed, or 3 incorrect responses
-motor coordination: should be administered after VMI And VP
GOAL overview
-Ages: 7 years -17 years
-motor components of child's participation in home, school, community
-7 activities, 54 steps ==> accuracy, independence, and speed
-pass or fail
-intervention targets/treatment
GOAL administration
FM (utensils, locks, paper boxes, notebook)
GM: clothes, ball play, tray carry
DTVP (developmental test of visual perception)
Ages: 4-12:11, 11-74:11 (DTVP-A)
-subtests (5): hand-eye coordination, copying, figure ground, visual closure, form constancy
-composites: motor-reduced VP, visual motor integration, general VP
School Function Assessment
-Age range: kinder to 6th grade
-Criterion referenced
-Functional profile score across 6 domains
-includes an adaptations checklist
-no actual assessment
SFA Parts
I: Participation (rating 1-6)
II: Task Supports (physical + cognitive/behavioral)
III: Activity Performance (physical + cognitive/behavioral tasks)