The Differential Aptitude Tests®/Career Interest Inventory Scoring Assistant (DAT®/CII Scoring Assistant) facilitates scoring of the DAT, Form C and Career Interest Inventory.
The DAYC-2 is a popular test used to identify children birth through 5-11 with possible delays in the following domains: cognition, communication, social-emotional development, physical development, and adaptive behavior. Each domain reflects an area mandated for assessment and intervention for young children in IDEA. Domains can be assessed independently or all together.
The DeGangi-Berk Test of Sensory Integration (TSI) helps detect even subtle developmental deficits that can lead to learning difficulties.
The Delis–Kaplan Executive Function System (D–KEFS) provides an evaluation of higher-level cognitive funcitons in children and adults.
A quick measure of an individual’s behaviors related to executive function difficulties.
The Derogatis Psychiatric Rating Scale (DPRS) instrument, formerly known as the Hopkins Psychiatric Rating Scale, is a multidimensional psychiatric rating scale.
This practical text delineates the basic steps of developing effective interventions for learning and behavior difficulties in children aged two to five. The authors set forth an ecological framework that stresses identifying problem situations rather than classifying individual children as disabled or at risk. The core components of naturalistic intervention design are covered in depth, including teacher and parent interviewing, classroom observation and functional assessment, team-based problem solving, strong accountability methods, and legal and ethical safeguards.
Take advantage of up-to-date theory, assessment, and treatment of prehension from birth through childhood and adolescence to adulthood. Three case studies of children with cerebral palsyspastic, athetoid, and flacciddemonstrate normal and atypical prehension development. See the importance of their hand skills in home, school, and community environments10 years later. Plus, find a new foreword by the pediatrician of two of the children.
Covers the basics of screening used to identify which children may have learning problems or disabilities.
Developmental Test of Visual Perception (DTVP) measures visual perception and visual-motor integration skills in children.
School Form for user with Devereux Scales of Mental Disorders (DSMD) to indicate whether a child or adolescent is experiencing, or is at risk, for an emotional or behavioral disorder.
Devereux Scales of Mental Disorders (DSMD) to indicate whether a child or adolescent is experiencing, or is at risk, for an emotional or behavioral disorder. Treatment planning, outcome evaluation
Diagnostic Evaluation of Articulation and Phonology (DEAP) helps assess articulation, phonology and oral motor discorders. Differential diagnosis
The Diagnostic Evaluation of Language Variation™—Screening Test (DELV) is a screening test to distinguish between language variations and language disorder. Dialect, semantics, syntax, pragmatics, phonology
Neutralize the effects of language variations to accurately diagnose speech and language disorders.
Developmental Indicators for the Assessment of Learning (DIAL-3) is an early childhood screener in both English and Spanish.
Use the updated DIAL-4 (Developmental Indicators for the Assessment of Learning) screener to help predict academic success provides advantages for large groups. Provides time savings, easier administration and enhanced reliability.
Differential Ability Scales-II (DAS-II) cognitive assessment provides in-depth analysis of learning abilities (strengths and weaknesses), important to effective intervention.
The DAS-II Early Years Spanish Supplement enables you to obtain a more accurate picture of Spanish-speaking children’s cognitive strengths and needs by assessing them in their primary language.
The Differential Aptitude Tests for Personnel and Career Assessment (DAT for PCA) help identify candidates for hiring, training and career development in organizational settings.
The Differential Aptitude Tests®, Fifth Edition (DAT®), provides a valid and reliable assessment tool for course and career selection. It measures students' abilities in verbal reasoning, language usage, numerical reasoning, mechanical reasoning, and space relations. The Counselor's Report, available from combined administration of DAT and the Career Interest Inventory, provides an effective starting point for career discussion with counselors, parents, and students. Level 1 is primarily for students in grades 7 through 9; Level 2 is primarily for students in grades 10 through 12 and adults. Both levels can be used with basic adult education, community college, vocational/technical, and correctional programs.
The Digital Stimulus Books are paperless versions of our most widely-used speech and language assessments. Placed on a flash drive with easy-to-use navigation, the Digital Stimulus Books provide a lightweight, engaging way to support your examinees during the assessment process.
An indispensable companion volume to DSM-IV, Disorders of Personality: DSM-IV and Beyond, guides the reader through the special complexities of this group of disorders and aids clinicians in diagnosis.
This new edition introduces substantive new ideas about personality disorders and is enriched with extensive new research as well as the incorporation of over 50 new illustrative and therapeutically detailed cases that provide step-by-step “real-world” illustration of the concepts covered.
Find out how to document progress for third-party reimbursement, referring physicians, and parents. Respond to the growing need for objective documentation of progress in children with special needs. Formulate assessments for your clients 3 months to 10 years old. Now you can show measurable changes in your young clients who have cognitive, sensory, and physical impairments. Learn to quantify progress for parents, referring physicians, and insurance companies.
Doors and People is a test of long-term memory that yields a single age-scaled overall score and individual measures of visual and verbal memory, recall and recognition, and forgetting.
Use the task of human figure drawing to reveal intellectual ability. Draw A Person: QSS can be used as a part of a comprehensive assessment, as a screening device, or as a supplement to other intelligence tests.
The Draw A Person: SPED (Screening Procedure for Emotional Disturbance) nonverbal, nonthreatening screening measure helps identify emotional or behavioral disorders in just 15 minutes.
Determine appropriate test accommodations based on empirical evidence using the new Dynamic Assessment of Test Accommodations (DATA). For individuals or groups of students with learning disabilities in grades 2 through 7, DATA can help multidisciplinary teams objectively determine appropriate test accommodations in order to meet IDEA reauthorization and ADA legislative requirements. Supplements Teacher Input Research findings indicate that DATA-derived decisions regarding accommodations are better predictors of enhanced student performance on standardized tests than teacher-based decisions alone.
Dynamic Occupational Therapy Cognitive Assessment for Children (DOTCA-Ch) helps measure the cognitive abilities and learning potentional of children with special needs.
Dyslexia Early Screening Test–Second Edition profile sstrengths and weaknesses often associated with dyslexia for optimal outcomes.
The Dyslexia Screening Instrument (DSI), a screening test for reading, spelling, writing, or language processing problems.
Use the Dyslexia Screening Test–Junior to identify Students at Risk for Reading Failure.
Use the Dyslexia Screening Test–Secondary (DST–S) to identify Students at Risk for Reading Failure.
Evaluate patients for swallowing problems in just 30 minutes. This kit includes a pocket-sized version of the evaluation in a flip book format for easy bedside administration. The protocol enables you to quickly evaluate the factors that may contribute to swallowing difficulties. It provides guidelines for conducting a feeding trial at bedside, and helps you know when to initiate, continue, or stop a swallowing evaluation. Results of the evaluation can help you determine whether a patient is appropriate for videofluoroscopy, and assist you in defining the variables and factors that need to be evaluated further through videofluoroscopy.
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