Introducing the Bruininks Motor Ability Test (BMAT)—an individually administered, standardized test of gross and fine motor skills for adults. It's an adaptation of the trusted Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency, Second Edition (BOT™-2), widely used for ages 4 through 21. The BMAT is ideal for professionals in occupational and physical therapies, nursing, human performance, and physical rehabilitation to determine if clients’ motor function issues need to be addressed before they can live independently. The BMAT also helps you set treatment goals and monitor progress. What’s more, you can repeat administrations over the course of treatment and adjust goals as needed.
For maximum flexibility, you can administer all the subtests or
focus on one or two specific motor skill areas. That’s because
each subtest has the content, reliability, validity, and sensitivity
to stand on its own. Subtests include:
- Fine Motor Integration
- Manual Dexterity
- Balance and Mobility
- Strength and Flexibility
Each subtest can be administered in as little as 15 minutes
and you receive three score composites—Fine Motor,
Gross Motor, and Total Motor. Also included is the Short
Form that offers a quick measure of overall motor ability in
just 20 minutes.
An Administration Easel provides an at-a-glance dashboard
with a detailed description of how to administer and
score each item. Included are verbatim instructions and
illustrative photos for the examiner and examinee.
BMAT is available on Q-global™—Pearson’s new web based
platform for scoring and reporting. It’s accessible
anytime, from any computer connected to the Internet .
Secure and affordable, this system helps you quickly and
automatically organize information, generate scores, and
produce accurate, comprehensive reports.
Q-global also offers:
- 24 x 7 secure, web-based access
- Portability: Q-global can be used on mobile devices such as a laptop or tablet
- On-demand, reliable scoring and comprehensive reporting solutions
- Pricing on a per-report basis