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  1. Developmental Test of Visual Perception (2nd ed.) (DTVP-2) and Developmental Test of Visual Perception - Adolescent and Adult (DTVP-A)
  2. Adolescent/Adult SP
  3. Sensory Profile (SP) & Infant Toddler SP
  4. Adolescent/Adult SP population
  5. Motor-Free Visual Perception Test (MVPT-3)
  1. a Focus: standardized, quick evaluation to assess visual perception (excludes motor components) in 5 areas. Method: number of items given depends on individual's age. Age: children and adults aged 4-95 years old.
  2. b allows clients to identify their personal behavioral responses and develop strategies for enhanced participation
  3. c 11 - 65 years
  4. d measures reactions to daily sensory experiences
  5. e Focus: assesses visual perceptual skills and visual motor integration for levels of performance and for designing intervention and monitoring progress. Method: DTVP-2 has 8 subtests and DTVP-A has 4 subtests. Age: DTVP-2 is children 4-10 years old and DTVP-A is adults 11-74 years old.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 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.
  2. 15 years and above
  3. birth - 36 months
  4. assesses coping habits, skills, and behaviors, including effectiveness, style, strengths and vulnerabilities to develop intervention plans for coping skills
  5. a questionnaire measures individual's reactions to daily sensory experiences

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  1. Test of Visual-Motor Skills (TVMS) and Test of Visual-Motor Skills: Upper Level (TVMS-UL)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.


  2. Early Coping Inventory population4 to 36 months


  3. Environmental toxins includeultra-violet, cross-linking agents (unsaturated fats), toxic chemicals (metal ions, Mg, Zn), radiation and viruses; and can result in errors in protein synthesis and in DNA synthesis/genetic sequences, cross-linkage of molecules, mutations.


  4. Bayley Scales of Infant Development, 3rd Edition (BSID-III)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. dependencyincreasing reliance on others for meeting physical and emotion needs; focus is on self