40,000 Selected Words Organized by Letter, Sound, and Syllable: Reference with extensive index to help you quickly find the sounds you need, is a must for teaching consonant sounds.
Implement an effective activity-based intervention program for birth to 5-year-old children with or without disabilities. Gain insight into effectively building and maintaining early intervention teams and how to include families in the intervention program. Each of the more than 250 engaging activities contains goals in six developmental domains fine motor, cognitive, gross motor, social, sensory, and language.
The Adolescent/Adult Sensory Profile is a self-questionnaire that helps you understand sensory processing patterns and effects on functional performance.
The Alcohol Use Inventory (AUI ) is an assessment of patterns of behavior, attitudes, and symptoms associated with alcohol use and abuse.
Learn more about how occupational therapy in the form of sensory integration can help children with learning disabilities in this informative resource. This manual provides guidance to help children synthesize, organize, and process the information from the senses and environment to produce useful, goal-directed responses via the tactile, vestibular, and proprioceptive systems. Information in the manual enables parents and teachers to reinforce therapy at home and in the classroom.
An Overview of Early Intervention is a resource book that helps clinicians work with families to interpret a child's behaviors and plan appropriate interventions.
Attention Process Training-II (APT-II) is a program to help retrain attention and concentration deficits in adolescents and adults with brain injury and mild to sever attention deficits.
Facilitate function using techniques based on neuro-developmental treatment (NDT) principles. This manual helps therapists work with babies who have neurological disorders. It is written by the co-author of the best-selling book, Facilitation Techniques Based on NDT Principles. The manual provides step-by-step instructions and photographs demonstrating positioning techniques and how to facilitate function. Take advantage of strategies for observing and evaluating infants' movements. Each chapter includes functional goals for using the techniques.
The BASC-2 Behavioral and Emotional Screening System (BASC-2 BESS) screeners identify students at risk for behavior and emotional problems.
Use the BASC™-2 Progress Monitor to easily monitor progress after behavioral interventions. Covers externalizing and ADHD Problems, Internalizing Problems, Social Withdrawal and Adaptive Skills.
Assessment of validity, physical symptoms, psychological, character, environment, and social factors that can impact medical treatment.
The Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development, Third Edition (Bayley-III) multi-scale battery tests 5 developmental domains: social-emotional behavior, adaptive behavior, cognitive, motor, language.
Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development®, Third Edition (Bayley-III®) Screening Test helps screen for cognitive, language, and motor developmental delays.
Use the BDI – FastScreen for Medical Patients to quickly screen for depression in adolescents and adults. It is a reliable 7-item self-report instrument useful for case-finding.
The Beck Anxiety Inventory (BAI) is the most widely used instrument for detecting anxiety. It is a brief, criteria-referenced assessment for measuring anxiety severity.
The Beck Depression Inventory-II (BDI-II) is the most widely used instrument for detecting depression. It is a brief, criteria-referenced assessment for measuring depression severity.
The Beck Scales are among the most trusted psychological instruments in the world. They offer fast administration and items that align with DSM-IV® criteria.
Use the Beck Hopelessness Scale (BHS) to measure key aspects of hopelessness: feelings about the future, loss of motivation, and expectations.
The Beck Scale for Suicide Ideation (BSS) is a brief assessment to help identify individuals at risk for suicide. It helps measure a broad spectrum of attitudes and behaviors.
Beck Youth Inventories - Second Edition helps assess emotional and social impairment in clients to age 18 while helping you plan effective intervention.
The Beery-Buktenica Developmental Test of Visual-Motor Integration (BEERY VMI), helps assess visual-motor skills in children and adults.
Bender Visual-Motor Gestalt Test, Second Edition (Bender-Gestalt II) to assess the maturation of visuomotor preceptions of children and adults. Visual-motor integration
The Brief Battery for Health Improvement 2 (BBHI™ 2) is an assessment of pain, function and psychological factors commonly associated with pain and rehabilitation patients.
The Brief Infant Toddler Social Emotional Assessment (BITSEA) helps identify red-flag indicators of atypical behavior in only 10 minutes.
The BSI test provides a short version of the SCL-90-R® instrument to quickly measure psychological symptoms.
The Brief Symptom Inventory 18 (BSI 18) helps quickly measure and monitor psychological distress in oncology and primary care patients.
Brown Attention-Deficit Disorder Scales® (BrownADDScales) for a measure of ADD across the life span.
The Bruininks Motor Ability Test (BMAT) is an adult adaptation of the widely used BOT–2. The test provides a comprehensive assessment of gross and fine motor skills for adults ages 40 and older.
The Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency, Second Edition (BOT-2) delivers a most precise measure of motor skills, both gross and fine.
The BOT-2 (Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency) Brief Form is a quick motor skills assessment with minimal manipulatives for easier portability
Use the Carey Temperament Scales (CTS) for insight into a child's temperament or behavioral style. 5 age-specific scales to examine 9 behavioral characteristics.
CELF Preschool-2 helps to comprehensively test language skills of preschool children providing in-depth info on semantics, morphology, and syntax.
Now you can quickly and accurately score test results.
Comprehensive language evaluation for Spanish-speaking preschool children.
Children's Assessment of Participation and Enjoyment (CAPE) and Preferences for Activities of Children (PAC) helps measure various aspects of participation or engagement in activities.
Help your students from ages 3 to 13 succeed in the classroom through an integrated therapy intervention program. Promote students involvement in all classroom activities by providing the necessary adaptations and tools that will facilitate the learning process. Learn how to collaborate as a part of an instructional team. This resource provides multisensory learning activities and intervention strategies for children with learning disabilities, developmental delays, attention deficits, and traumatic brain injury. You'll also receive suggestions for strategies to enhance spelling, reading, sensorimotor, and mathematical skills.
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Evaluate your adult clients' cognitive abilities with this standardized test. You'll have quick identification of general problem areas presented in a concise hierarchical approach. Understand the theoretical framework and the means to quickly and inclusively assess significant areas of cognition. Use it to establish a baseline as well as to validate treatment. Objective, measurable data facilitate communication between professionals so you can develop a holistic team approach. The Cognitive Assessment of Minnesota is an objective measure that helps strengthen your role in the evaluation of clients with neurologic impairments.
Combine two popular techniques in pediatric therapy to create the most effective programs for your clients Use this guide to help you combine the two most prevalent methods of treatment in pediatric therapy: Neuro-Developmental Treatment (NDT) and Sensory Integration (SI). Focus on remediating sensory and movement problems that affect the daily activities of your clients birth to 12 years old. Create an individualized therapy program that is appropriate for each client, using the techniques you find most helpful. This exhaustive resource includes ample information about assessing and treating movement disorders and sensory processing disorders.
A comprehensive guide to current information about multicultural issues, science, and practice in school psychology
Contextual Memory Test helps assess memory capacity, strategy of use, and recall in your adult clients with memory dysfunction.
The purpose of this comprehensive resource is to assist the potential examinee in preparing for the national Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA) examination. This study guide has been designed to identify areas of competence and weakness and to organize study into logical steps. Each chapter contains a review of that chapter's topic including theory, evaluations, and interventions. This is followed by a question section involving a clinical reasoning process with an explanation of each correct answer, plus an extensive bibliography for further information. Accompanying the study guide are two full-scale practice examinations with 200 questions each, including explanations and rationale behind each exam item and answer.
The DeGangi-Berk Test of Sensory Integration (TSI) helps detect even subtle developmental deficits that can lead to learning difficulties.
The Derogatis Psychiatric Rating Scale (DPRS) instrument, formerly known as the Hopkins Psychiatric Rating Scale, is a multidimensional psychiatric rating scale.
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.
Developmental Indicators for the Assessment of Learning (DIAL-3) is an early childhood screener in both English and Spanish.
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.
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.
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.
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.
the Early Screening Inventory-Revised (ESI-R) 2008 Edition is a brief developmental screening tool for young children.
The Early Screening Profiles (ESP) helps measure cognitive, language, motor, self-help, and social development.
Recognize and treat eating-related disorders with the Eating Inventory. This instrument assesses three dimensions of eating behavior: cognitive control of eating, disinhibition, and hunger. It is useful to design specific treatment programs, evaluate treatment programs for obesity, predict weight gain following smoking cessation, explain weight changes among depressed persons, and assess the behavior of bulimic patients.
Gain the knowledge necessary to effectively treat children from birth to 18 years who have autism or related pervasive developmental disorders. Incorporating sensory integration and neuro-developmental techniques, this book outlines treatment interventions through an integrated approach. The authors take a holistic approach to the treatment of children and adolescents who have autism or related disorders. They examine the interrelationship between the behaviors, sensory processing, motor control, speech and language, and functional skills of a child. They recommend sensory integration and neuro-developmental techniques as well as speech-language and behavioral intervention strategies.
Handwriting program that will help students bridge writing to reading
Facilitate better movement in clients who have neurological disorders. Assist clients of all ages who have neurological disorders in reaching to their highest functional levels using the first "how-to" instructional manual on facilitation techniques based on neuro-developmental treatment (NDT) principles. This resource provides strategies for observing and evaluating the movements of clients who demonstrate problems with coordinated movement. It gives kinesiological reasons why clients move as they do and illustrates how to use kinesiology-based techniques.
Give practical information to parents with easy-to-understand reproducible handouts. Target feeding and nutrition concerns of parents with infants and children of all ages. Refer to this library of handouts for information on how to and what to feed children with special needs and improve home carryover programs with "parent friendly" illustrated handouts. Select from 195 reproducible handouts to guide parents in their understanding and implementation of therapy programs. All handouts are cross-referenced with a list of related materials to supplement educational activities. Customize recommendations by adding individual information in the special instructions section provided in each handout.
FirstSTEp: Screening Test for Evaluating Preschoolers helps detect even mild developmental delays. Identify children who need in-depth diagnostic testing.
Fluharty Preschool Speech and Language Screening Test (FLUHARTY–2) screens preschool children to determine if they need a complete speech and language evaluation.
The Gifted Rating Scales are norm-referenced rating scales based on current theories of giftedness and federal and state guidelines regarding the definition of gifted and talented students. Pre-school and Kindergarten teachers complete the Pre-School/Kindergarten GRS-P form for children between the ages of 4:0 and 6:11 years. This form of GRSP contains brief scales covering five domains: intellectual, academic readiness, motivation, creativity and artistic talent. Teachers complete six brief scales on the School-Age GRSS form to evaluate children between the ages of 6:0 through 13:11 years who are in grades 1 - 8. The six domains include: intellectual, academic, motivation, creativity, leadership and artistic talent.
The GADS helps evaluate children with unique behavioral problems who may have Asperger's Disorder and differentiate from those who have autism or other related pervasive developmental disabilities.
A systematic measure of articulation of consonant sounds for children and young adults.
Greenspan Social-Emotional Growth Chart, a screening questionnaire for infants and young children.
Fully updated Third Edition
This book addresses a broad, multidisciplinary audience including psychologists, early childhood educators, social workers, pediatricians, nurses, child psychiatrists, physical and occupational therapists, speech and language pathologists, and professionals interested in public health and social policy.
Hare PCL: Youth Version (PCL:YV) helps identify psychopathology in adolescents
A useful checklist to help in mental health and criminal justice settings.
Hare Psychopathy Checklist Screening Version (PCL:SV) (Shorter version), provides a time-efficient, cost-effective screener
The Hare Psychopathy Checklist-Revised: (PCL-R) 2nd Edition helps assess psychopathic personality disorders in forensic populations.
Brief outcomes measurement of eight health attributes.
Give families developmental activities for infants which fit into their daily lives. Show parents how to help their birth to 36-month-old children realize their fullest potential. Provide parents with reproducible activities to integrate all aspects of development. Plus, parents learn how their child is doing with six developmental charts summarizing normal skills development for each 3-month time period. Together you and the parent can refer to the charts to track the child's progress. Helping Babies Learn teaches parents how to observe and plan appropriate activities with their child. Parents discover how to use interactions to promote the development of cognition, communication, socialization, movement, self-care, and safety.
Home Program Instruction Sheets for Infants and Children: Include more than 200 reproducible exercises and accompanying illustrations to use with infants and children with motor dysfunctions.
The Independent Living Scales (ILS) is an individually administered assessment of the degree to which adults are capable of caring for themselves and their property.
Intervention guidance for social-emotional and competency developmental delays in young children
Provides a standard method for measuring an infant's sensory processing abilities. Helps therapist, early childhood teachers, and parents profile the effect of sensory processing on functional performance in the daily life of the infant. , Caregivers complete a judgment-based questionnaire, available in English or Spanish, reporting the frequency with which infants respond to various sensory experiences (Almost Always, Frequently, Occasionally, Seldom, or Almost Never. ), Provides validated and reliable scores as well as interpretation of results and case studies for your review.
Use this symptom checklist to screen your 7 to 30-month-old clients for sensory and regulatory disorders. Determine whether a child may have a predisposition toward developing sensory integrative disorders, attention deficits, or emotional, behavioral, or learning difficulties in just 10 minutes.
Is It Sensory Or Is It Behavior? Interpret a child’s behaviors and plan appropriate interventions.
Learning Through the Senses Resource Manual—The Impact of Sensory Processing in the Classroom can help you develop effective classroom intervention strategies based on sensory processing.
Understand your sensory preferences and those of others, and how to make life choices that benefit you.
Use movement patterns to teach cursive writingimaginative approach makes learning fun. Help your 2nd grade through high school students with learning disabilities and perceptual delays learn cursive writingalong with their nondisabled peers in a typical mainstreamed classroom. Letters are taught in groups that share common movement patterns. For example, a, d, g, q, and c can be visualized on a clock face, and are called "Clock Climbers. "Easy-to-remember motor and memory cues help students visualize and verbalize while experiencing the "feel" of the letter. Most students can learn formations of all lower-case letters in just six weeks.
The Miller Assessment for Preschoolers (MAP) helps you evaluate children for mild to moderate developmental delays.
Miller Function & Participation Scales help assess a child’s functional performance related to school participation.
Assessment of psychosocial factors that may support or interfere with a chronically ill patient's course of medical treatment.
Assessment of DSM-IV®-related personality disorders and clinical syndromes.
Dr. Theodore Millon's theory of personality has guided the development and enhancement of the Millon™ Inventories. These brief inventories are closely correlated with DSM™ classification system of personality disorders.
Use the Minnesota Handwriting Assessment with first and second grade students to analyze handwriting skills, including standard manuscript and D'Nealian styles of print. Scores are based on 5 categories: legibility, form alignment, size and spacing.
The eight Test Monographs in this series provide information beyond what is available in the test manuals on new scales and other new features.
The Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2 (MMPI-2) is an empirically-based assessment of adult psychopathology used by clinicians to assist with the diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders.
The Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-Adolescent (MMPI-A) assessment helps identify personal, social, and behavioral problems in adolescents.
Composed of 338 items, with the RC (Restructured Clinical) Scales at its core, the MMPI-2-RF builds on the strengths of the MMPI®-2 test to create a new standard.
In Just 10 weeks improve the overall quality of movement patterns in your children who are developmentally delayed. Use this challenging program to assess a child's level of motoric development. Easily create individualized programs for your students 4 to 12 years old. You'll have the same sequenced activities for eight motor activity stations including perceptual motor, manipulation, body awareness/stunts, locomotor, and fine and visual motor. Plus, you'll get an expanded introduction and bibliography.
Motor Skills Acquisition in the First Year: An Illustrated Guide to Normal Development by Lois Bly helps achieve a greater understanding of normal motor skills development.
The Movement Assessment Battery for Children (Movement ABC-2) can help identify problems or delays in motor development and assist in planning an intervention program.
Mullen Scales of Early Learning is a developmentally integrated system that assesses language, motor, and perceptual abilities.
Learn from renowned authors with one of the most complete normal development resource available. The complete resource you've been waiting for is now available. Add this comprehensive resource to your professional library today. You'll benefit from the expertise of these prominent NDT instructors. This illustrated book focuses on the normal development of infants birth through 12 months. Use Normal Development of Functional Motor Skills as a guideline for assessing functional motor levels in children. The first year of life is grouped into five developmental stages 1-2 months, 3-5 months, 6 months, 7-9 months, 10-12 months.
This useful guide provides specific strategies to help change difficult behavior due to sensory processing issues in pre-teen children and to determine the possible reasons for the behavior. It is also applicable for older students who have disabilities and those who qualify for OT and/or SLP services. The book includes simple explanations of technical behavioral terminology and practical examples of many concepts and suggestions. In addition, it addresses distinct ways in which sensory processing and behavior strategies work together. The guide is based on the study of behavioral research as well as the author's 25 year career as a behavior consultant. A checklist helps you follow the appropriate steps in developing a behavior change program.
Track the progress of your 1-year-old through adult clients and get results in less than an hour. Use this excellent resource For initial observations of skill levels, To re-evaluate previously observed skills, As a framework for developing your own therapy plan. You'll have easy-to-use recordkeeping forms that help you screen and categorize the many varieties of oral-motor movements and note specific patterns. As your client eats a typical meal, analyze lip/cheek movement, tongue movement, and jaw movement.
Easy-to-use resource meets your needs as a pediatric OT in various settings. Now you can quickly and efficiently complete required paperwork for your preschool to high school caseload. This valuable resource helps you easily incorporate comprehensive, measurable therapy goals and objectives into your Therapy reports, Treatment plans, IEPs, Other programs requiring individualized lists of goals. Use OT GOALs to Clearly communicate target behaviors to be improved, Systematically organize long-term goals and objectives, Quickly and easily individualize programs, Develop uniformity and clarity in terminology of goals and objectives.
The Ounce Scale is an observational assessment for infants’ and toddlers’ growth, accomplishments, areas of difficulty, and temperament.
The Pain Patient Profile assessment is a 44-item, self-report, multiple-choice instrument designed to help identify patients who are experiencing emotional distress associated with primary complaints of pain. The P-3 assessment is designed for patients suffering pain as a result of physical trauma, disease, or illness.
The Parenting Relationship Questionnaire (PRQ) is part of the BASC-2 family, helping you understand parent-child relationships.
The Parents' Observation of INfants and Toddlers (POINT) is a developmental rating scale designed to identify young children with potential problems who may be in need of further diagnostic assessment.
The Peabody Developmental Motor Scales (PDMS–2) combine in-depth assessment with training or remediation of gross and fine motor skills.
PPVT™-4 (Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test, Fourth Edition ): the outstanding vocabulary assessment that has been unsurpassed for nearly a half century. Quick, easy, and reliable as ever, the test helps you foster growth in language and literacy.
PPVT-III (Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test) is a quick, easy, and reliable vocabulary assessment.
Achieve early independence through balance training. Make these guarded unassisted balance activities part of your treatment sessions and home programs. The activities, which integrate balance training with treatment goals and strategies, are appropriate for children ages 1-18 with conditions such as myelomeningocele, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, or balance deficits.
The Pediatric Evaluation of Disability Inventory (PEDI) helps evaluate functional disabilities with score forms and an easy-to-understand manual. Stephen M. Haley, Wendy J. Coster, Larry H. Ludlow, Jane T. Haltiwanger, and Peter J. Andrellos
Get your pediatric clients back on the right track with these strengthening exercises. Use these playful activities in your physical and occupational therapy programs to increase the strength of clients who have had selective dorsal rhizotomy (SDR) surgery, myelomeningocele, Guillain-Barré, spinal cord injury, or orthopedic surgery. You'll be able to customize exercise programs to meet the needs of individual clients. Save valuable time with reproducible instruction sheets you can give to caregivers, parents, teachers, and paraprofessionals.
Enable children to participate in goal setting with an innovative measure: Perceived Efficacy and Goal Setting System (PEGS)
Pervasive Developmental Disorders Screening Test-II (PDDST-II) helps detect autism at an early age to begin intervention.
Porteus Maze helps assess the ability to plan and change problem-solving approaches.
Teach parents how to stimulate and develop motor skills in their children. This manual provides you with the appropriate therapeutic play activities. Use this collection of more than 70 reproducible activity sheets with parents of children birth to 3 years old who have developmental delays or who are at risk. Integrate activities into a family's daily routine. Easy-to-read sheets serve as great reminders at home for all caregivers. Clear illustrations and nontechnical instructions are ideal for parents with low parenting/play skills or who have limited English proficiency.
Use this early intervention assessment tool in a clinical or medical setting to determine if a 2- to 12-month-old child's motor skills are developmentally delayed. The assessment yields criterion-referenced scores and information that can be used to plan intervention and treatment programs. The results can also be used to document incremental progress over short time periods. The assessment is based on the dynamical systems theory and on the therapist's non-intrusive observation of the child's posture and fine motor abilities. The parent's presence during the evaluation is encouraged. The evaluation takes just 25 to 30 minutes.
Posture and Movement of the Child With Cerebral Palsy, book: Using a neuro-developmental treatment (NDT) approach, author Marcia Hornbrook Stamer looks at the development, evaluation, and treatment of children with cerebral palsy.
This essential resource, now updated and expanded for mealtime and feeding development. This newly revised and referenced edition, by the authors of the best-selling Pre-Feeding Skills, is a must for pediatric feeding specialists working with clients from birth to adolescence. The book contains 12 new chapters with information about mealtime roles and influences, supportive diagnostic testing, gastrointestinal influences on feeding, autism, sensory influences on feeding, children who do not eat enough to grow, foundations for mealtime, and oral motor skills limitations. In addition, all sections have been greatly expanded to incorporate current research, references, and trends, especially the chapters on treatment, tube feeding, nutrition, blindness, prematurity, and anatomy.
Preschool Language Scale, Fourth Edition (PLS-4) helps evaluate basic communication and language skills in young children.
Preschool Language Scale, Fourth Edition (PLS-4) Measure of Progress, helps conduct preschool or kindergarten speech and language skills screenings or identify children needing referrals.
Preschool Language Scale, Fourth Edition (PLS-4) Spanish Edition helps evaluate communicaiton and language skills in young children.
The PLS-5 Screening Test provides an efficient instrument to help you identify infants, toddlers, and young children at risk for a language disorder. Now available in English and in Spanish, this tool can help you screen for a broad spectrum of skills within six speech and language areas—in just 5 to 10 minutes.
Preschool Language Scales, Fifth Edition is an interactive, play-based assessment that provides comprehensive information about language skills for children at high risk for moderate-to-severe language delays.
A measurement of young children’s communication skills, developed for Spanish-speaking preschoolers.
The PrimerPASO Spanish language screener identifies children at risk for developmental delays.
Develop a successful individualized exercise program illustrations of 433 exercises in passive, active assistive, active resistive, isometric, and stretching stages. This complete collection of reproducible exercise sheets, divided by major body area can be used with adolescent and adult clients with orthopedic and neurological involvement who need to regain strength and range of motion. Each exercise sheet has space for length of time to hold a muscle contraction and for the number of repetitions of a movement. Categories of exercises include facial, upper extremities, lower extremities, neck, and trunk (including breathing). Along with the exercise sheets, you'll also have a page of general guidelines for performing the exercises.
Promoting Social Competence, is a practical resource for enhancing the social competence of children between the ages of 3 and 12 years.
Brief assessment of quality of life/life satisfaction.
Extensive psychosocial inventory that helps standardize the collection of client information.
Receptive-Expressive Emergent Language Test—Third Edition (REEL-3) helps identify infants and toddlers with language impairments.
The Resiliency Scales for Children & Adolescents™ measures the personal attributes of the child that are critical for resiliency.
Responsible Test Use: Case Studies for Assessing Human Behavior, Second Edition, is an interdisciplinary reference source for promoting quality assurance in testing.
School Function Assessment (SFA) helps elementary school students with disabilities succeed by identifying their strengths and needs in important nonacademic functional tasks.
SenseAbilities Understanding Sensory Integration: Educate parents and teachers of 5 to 12 year olds with this reproducible training resource.
Provide parents and teachers fun and easy activities to implement at home or in the classroom. This text provides hundreds of suggestions to help meet sensory and motor needs in the preschool to 4th grade classroom. Therapists, teachers, and families will find Sensory Motor Handbook an excellent resource for enriching the therapy of developmentally disabled children. The book offers a repertoire of activities for occupational and physical therapists to either implement or recommend as a follow-up to their consultation. Reproducible pages can be given to teachers and parents who will discover many fun, easy-to-implement activities that enrich opportunities at school or at home, developing sensory motor, gross motor, fine motor, and oral motor skills.
Gain a new understanding about sensory processing disorders and autism. This manual, developed for therapists, teachers, and caregivers of autistic children, explains the interaction between sensory processing disorders and autism. Information is provided to show teachers and parents how to help improve a child's responses to sensation using sensory diet and sensory motor circuits in the classroom, and how to teach motor skills using daily living activities such as eating and dressing. A sensory environment checklist is included for teachers and parents to use in determining the most effective learning environment for the autistic child.
The Sensory Profile helps you understand a child's sensory processing patterns in everyday situations and profile the sensory system's effect on functional performance.
The Sensory Profile School Companion is a standardized assessment using teacher observations of student sensory processing skills.
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The Severe Impairment Battery (SIB) was developed for individuals who are too impaired to complete standard neuro-psychological tests. Cognitive defect, cognitive impairment
Examine handwriting skills of children from preschool to third grade with Shore Handwriting Screening: For Early Handwriting Development.
SI: Applying Clinical Reasoning to Diverse Populations. This book operationalizes sensory integration principles and applies them to real clinical situations.
Sleep Disorders Inventory for Students (SDIS) for accurate and valid sleep disorder screening instruments for children and adolescents.
The SSIS Performance Screening Guide focuses on observable behaviors in four skill areas: Prosocial Behaviors, Motivation to Learn, Reading Skills, Math Skills.
This guide is designed to help you plan and implement remediation strategies that are directly tied to problems identified by th SSIS Rating Scales.
The Social Skills Improvement System (SSIS) Rating Scales help evaluate social skills, problem behaviors, and academic competence.
Practical information to analyze elements of involuntary movements and automatic reactions with the developing infant or the child who has central nervous system deficits. This resource provides both students and experienced practitioners with a comprehensive overview and historical perspective of the theories of motor control and introduces the Spatial, Temporal, and Physical Theory of Motor Control.
The Stanford suite of products have been trusted to guide teaching and learning toward high academic standards for many years. You can rely on the entire suite to identify student strengths and needs, effectively place students in appropriate programs and perform instructional planning.
Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory - Third Edition (SASSI-3) to quickly identify adolescents and adults likely to have a substance abuse disorder.
A multidimensional tool that assesses nine symptoms of psychopathology and provides three global distress indices.
The Test of Gross Motor Development (TGMD–2) helps identify infants and young children who may benefit from early intervention. Gross motor skill development, special education services, physical education
The Consulting Therapist: A Guide for OTs and PTs in Schools: Helps you provide consultation to educators and work with classroom teachers to develop intervention plans for your preschool and school-age students with special needs.
Determine the tone and posture of 4- to 18-month-old infants with this effective assessment tool. Use to evaluate infants who are born prematurely, treated in neonatal intensive care, affected by sickness such as meningitis and heart failure, or developing slowly. Improve your ability to assess infants with these well-researched techniques. You'll have scoring guidelines and a concise two-page assessment form to measure and score results. Keep your heavy caseload under control with computer-compatible forms.
Assess quality of movement using this tool Lucy Jane Miller brings you the NDT- and SI-based assessment you've been waiting for. Now you can evaluate the overall quality of infant and toddler movement rather than isolated skills. Use this diagnostic assessment to measure changes in children, birth to 3 1/2 years old, who have atypical motor development. Obtain standard scores on five subtests and track change over time using individual growth scores. Test with confidence using this nationally standardized assessment. You'll have reliable and valid scores based on six years of comprehensive research. Consider the validity of parent-elicited play and naturalistic sequences of movement.
Keep costs down while solving your personnel shortage problemsThese reproducible outlines and illustrations help you provide comprehensive and consistent training for your physical therapist aides. You'll save money and valuable explanation time. The easy-to-use material provides a basic science background and psychomotor information. Three sections of modules include General Orientationcontains daily activities, a sample job description, standards for performance, and sample policies and procedures, Basic Principlescovers basic anatomy, concepts of exercise, patient handling skills, modality setup, and terminology , Diagnostic-Specific Trainingcovers common neurologic diagnoses, including specific exercise regimens and information on disease/injury.
Understanding The Nature Of Sensory Integration: Practical Approaches with Diverse Populations covers theory, research, and treatment applications in one source.
A tool to help support forensic or neuropsychological evaluations.
Since the beginning, Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales has been a leading measure of personal and social skills needed for everyday living. Psychologists and other professionals continue to depend on it to identify individuals who have Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, developmental delays, autism spectrum disorders, and other impairments. Not only does Vineland aid in diagnosis, but it gives you valuable information for developing educational and treatment plans.
Wechsler Memory Scale – Fourth Edition (WMS-IV), the most widely used scale of adult memory abilities, for adolescents and adults.
The Wechsler Test of Adult Reading (WTAR) helps assess intellectual functioning before the onset of injury or illness.
The Wessex Head Injury Matrix can be used to assess patients in various states of consciousness after suffering a severe head injury.
Work Sampling System For Head Start is a curriculum-embedded assessment to help systematically document children’s developmental skills, knowledge, behavior and academics.
The Work Sampling System is a curriculum-embedded, observational assessment of children’s developmental skills, knowledge, behavior and academics.
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We will be performing essential system upgrades November 21st through 25th, 2012.
During this time you will not be able to order Q Local™ usages. Please order them ahead of time.
You can continue to place orders for other products by phone, fax, mail, or website.
Credit cards and orders will be processed the week of November 26th, 2012.
Q Local ordering will be available November 26.
We apologize for this inconvenience.
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