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PTS Assessments

The TSCC was designed to evaluate acute and chronic post-traumatic symptomatology in children. It uses a self-report format with 54 items and includes six clinical scales: Anxiety Depression Post-traumatic stress Anger Dissociation Sexual concerns The TSCC-A is an alternate... more
The TAT is a projective technique that is designed to reveal an individual’s perception of interpersonal relationships. Thirty-one cards with pictures serve as stimuli for stories or descriptions about relationships or social situations. Specific subsets for boys, girls, men, and women are included...
The DAPS is a self-report instrument that assesses peri- and posttraumatic symptoms andassociated features related to a specific traumatic event. It provides a detailed assessment of PTSD in a short amount of time. Features and benefits A 104-item measure, the DAPS generates a tentative... more
Extends the popular Sensory Processing Measure (SPM) down to age 2, making early intervention possible.   Now you can identify sensory processing difficulties in children as young as 2 years of age. The new Preschool edition of the popular Sensory Processing Measure lets you take an... more
Provides a complete picture of children's sensory processing difficulties at school and at home. With the Sensory Processing Measure (SPM), you can now get a complete picture of children's sensory functioning at home, at school, and in the community. Recognizing that sensory processing... more
The SIB-R measures the adaptive and problem behaviours of both able and disabled populations. It comprises 226 items of adaptive behaviour arranged into 14 subscales and grouped in four clusters: motor skills; social interaction and communication skills; personal living skills; and community living... more
This test provides a measure of child development through the assessment of nine areas: Passive posture Active posture Locomotor Manipulative Visual Hearing and language Speech and language Interactive social Self-care social
Since its original publication, the CARS has become one of the most widely used and empirically validated autism assessments. It has proven especially effective in discriminating between children with autism and those with severe cognitive deficits, and in distinguishing mild-to-moderate from... more
The Test of Nonverbal Intelligence – Fourth Edition is a practical, easy-to-use, norm-referenced instrument that measures an individual’s intelligence. The administration and response format are pragmatic with simple oral instructions, requiring test takers to answer only with... more
This brand-new revision of the TVMS assesses how well a person can coordinate visually guided fine-motor movements to copy a design while it is in sight. The TVMS-3 is used to determine whether there are any systematic distortions or gross inaccuracies in the copied design that could be the result... more