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PTS Assessments

This revision improves an instrument already viewed as "the gold standard" for observational assessment of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). With updated protocols, revised algorithms, a new Comparison Score, and a Toddler Module, the ADOS-2 provides a highly accurate picture of current... more
NUCOG, the Neuropsychiatry Unit Cognitive Assessment Tool, is a pen-and-paper cognitive screening tool that combines a thorough coverage of major cognitive domains (attention, memory, language, executive and visuospatial function) with relative brevity and ease of use. Validated in a wide... more
The QNST-3R includes updated functional category scores (based on a nationally representative sample), along with revisions and clarifications to the Record Form, administration procedures, and scoring guidelines. The QNST-3R is an individually administered, empirically based assessment of the... more
The RPAB consists of 16 subtests which provide a detailed picture of a client’s visual perceptual ability before treatment, following head injury, or a stroke. The 16 subtests are as follows: Picture matching Object matching Size recognition Series Missing article Sequencing... more
Author(s): Heather Siddons and Sandra Lancaster, PhD   This guide provides a comprehensive review of selected Australian studies conducted over the past 20 years that have used the Child Behaviour Checklist. The strengths and weaknesses of the CBCL for use in the Australian population... more
This assessment is designed to identify those who may have delays or impairments with their comprehension or expression of language. It covers the following areas of language development: Sentence comprehension Inferential comprehension Naming Syntactic formulation Syntactic decisions... more
The THS-R is an untimed, clinical assessment of neurosensory integration skills evident in handwriting (both manuscript and cursive) that are often disrupted in students with learning difficulties. The THS-R provides standardized assessment of children's handwriting ability for both manuscript... more
Emotional literacy has been defined as the ability to recognise, understand and manage one's own emotions as well as recognising and knowing how to respond to the emotions of others. This resource identifies students levels of emotional literacy and provides follow-up activities for... more
The SCATBI assesses the cognitive abilities of head-injured individuals to establish the severity of the injury and to chart progress during recovery. Each of the five subtests can be administered independently. These are: Perception/discrimination Orientation Organisation Recall... more
The ASK-KIDS Inventory for Children provides a profile of children’s self-concept in relation to a diverse set of physical, cognitive, and social activities. It includes self-concept in 10 areas: Reading Number Drawing Friends Communication Individuality Belonging Movement... more