The ASRS provides the first nationally standardized, norm-referenced ASD Rating Scale. This multi-informant measure is designed to help you identify symptoms, behaviors, and associated features of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) in children and adolescents ages 2 to 18.
Designed to measure cognitive processing abilities that are important for a broad range of differential diagnoses and instructional planning, the Cognitive Assessment System, Second Edition (CAS2) is a norm-referenced measure based on the well-researched cognitive/neuropsychological theory called PASS (Planning, Attention, Simultaneous, and Successive).
A behavior rating scale designed to evaluate goal-directed behaviors controlled by executive function in youth aged 5–18 years. The CEFI can be used to guide assessment, diagnosis, and treatment planning. The CEFI is also useful in a variety of research contexts and can be used as an effective tool to evaluate the success of an intervention program.
The DESSA Comprehensive System is comprised of two innovative rating scales designed to screen, assess, guide intervention planning, monitor progress, and evaluate outcomes related to social-emotional competence and resilience of students grades K-8.
Helping All Gifted Children Learn: A Teacher's Guide to Using the NNAT2 supports teachers and school administrators in their efforts to identify giftedness in their students, create gifted services that respond to the needs of those students, and help gifted students learn in any school setting.
The NNAT provides a nonverbal, culturally neutral assessment of general ability that is ideal for use with a diverse student population. With the use of progressive matrices for seven grade-based levels, this versatile test is well-suited for identifying gifted and talented students.
A nonverbal measure of ability for anyone. Specially designed for culturally and linguistically diverse groups.
The WNV is ideal for psychologists who need a nonverbal measure of ability for individuals who are neither English-language nor Spanish-language proficient or have other language considerations.
Interactive workshops that explain how a brain-based approach detects different profiles of neurocognitive strengths and weaknesses for individuals with ADHD and SLD.