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  1. Coping Inventory & Early Coping Inventory
  2. Test of Visual-Perceptual Skills (3rd ed.) (TVPS3)
  3. Erhardt Developmental Vision Assessment (EDVA) and Short Screening Form (EDVA-S)
  4. Sensory Profile (SP) & Infant Toddler SP
  5. Childhood Autism Rating Scale (CARS) method
  1. a assesses coping habits, skills, and behaviors, including effectiveness, style, strengths and vulnerabilities to develop intervention plans for coping skills
  2. b Focus: assesses visual-perceptual skills and differentiates these from motor dysfunction, as a motor response is not required. Method: 7 visual-perceptual skills are assessed. Age: 4-19 years old.
  3. c an observational tool is used to rate behavior ~ 15 descriptive statements include characteristics, abilities, and behaviors that deviate from the norm
  4. d Focus: a behavior rating scale to determine visuomotor dev. that assesses involuntary visual patterns. Method: 271 test items organized developmentally into 7 clusters. Age: birth to 6 months. Since the 6-month level is considered the norm, EDVA-S can be used for assessing older children.
  5. e measures reactions to daily sensory experiences

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Focus: assesses eye hand coordination skills for copying geometric designs. Method: individual copies and draws geometric designs which become sequentially more complex. Age: TVMS is 2-13 years old and TVMS-UL is 12-40 years old
  2. Integrity: individual exhibits full unification of personality; life is viewed with satisfaction, optimisim, and growth. Despair: lack of ego integration; feelings of regret and disappointment and fear of death
  3. Focus: assesses visual motor integration. Method: The child copies 24 geometric forms which are sequenced according to level of difficulty. The test is discontinued once the child fails to meet grading criteria for 3 consecutive forms. Age: Short form is for children ages 2-7 years old and full form is for children ages 2-18 years old.
  4. Standardized task performance and observation screening tool for early identification of children at risk for developmental delays in 4 areas: personal-social, fine motor-adaptive, language, and gross motor skills. Ages 1 Month - 6 years.
  5. 3 - 10 years

5 True/False questions

  1. General Adaptation Syndrome (Selye)initial alarm reaction, progressing to stage of resistance, progressing to the stage of exhaustion; linked to hormonal theory

          

  2. First STEP Screening Test for Evaluating PreschoolersStandardized tool that assesses sensory and motor capabilities, cognitive abilities, and combined abilities. Ages 2 years 9 months to 5 years and 8 months.

          

  3. MILLER ASSESS. FOR PRESCHOOLERS(map)Standardized tool that assesses sensory and motor capabilities, cognitive abilities, and combined abilities. Ages 2 years 9 months to 5 years and 8 months.

          

  4. Motor-Free Visual Perception Test-Vertical (MVPT-V)Focus: evaluation of individuals with spatial deficits, due to hemi-field visual neglect or abnormal visual saccades. Method: 36 items vertically placed are used for assessment. Age: children and adults with visual field cuts or without visual impairments.

          

  5. Pediatric Evaluation of Disability Inventory (PEDI)Standardized behavior checklist to assess capabilities and functional deficits. Scoring in three domains: self-care, mobility, and social skills. Identifies children with patterns of delay. Ages 6 mo. to 7 yo.

          

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