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  1. Childhood Autism Rating Scale (CARS) population
  2. First STEP Screening Test for Evaluating Preschoolers
  3. Erhardt Developmental Vision Assessment (EDVA) and Short Screening Form (EDVA-S)
  4. Sensory Profile (SP) population
  5. Pediatric Evaluation of Disability Inventory (PEDI)
  1. a 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.
  2. b 3 - 10 years
  3. c A checklist and rating scale that identifies preschoolers at risk and in need of a more comprehensive evaluation. Assess 5 areas: cognition, communication, physical, social and emotional and adaptive functioning.
  4. d children over 2 years of age who have mild, moderate, or severe autism
  5. e 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 Multiple choice questions

  1. determines the severity of autism (i.e., mild, moderate, or severe) and distinguishes children with autism from children with developmental delays who do not have autism
  2. aging is complex, multifactorial and not one single theory about aging can adequately explain it.
  3. an observational tool is used to rate behavior ~ 15 descriptive statements include characteristics, abilities, and behaviors that deviate from the norm
  4. birth - 36 months
  5. 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 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. Sensory Profile (SP) & Toddler SP methodmeasures reactions to daily sensory experiences

          

  3. disengagement theoryolder people that are socially active show improved adjustment to the aging process and role enactment is essential for a positive self image and satisfaction

          

  4. Early Coping Inventory methodquestionnaire assesses coping with self and coping with environment according to three categories of coping styles: productive, active, and flexible

          

  5. Environmental Theoriesalso can be called stochastic or non-genetic theories

          

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