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PTS Assessments

Ability and achievement tests pose significant challenges for some children. The TOF enhances the value of test scores by documenting test examiners' observations of a child's behaviour during testing. The TOF includes 125 items for assessing behaviours observed during ability and achievement... more
The SCICA maximises the value of interviews with a flexible user-friendly protocol,  plus forms for interviews to rate their observations as well as a child's self-reports during the interview. The SCICA protocol provides open-ended questions covering children's activities and school... more
Using the Direct Observation Form (DOF), an observer writes a description of a child's behaviour as it occurs over a 10 minute interval in classrooms or other group settings. The observer scores on-task behaviour at 1 minute intervals and 96 problem items at the end of 10 minutes. Teacher aides and... more
The Reynolds Adaptable Intelligence Test (RAIT) is a rapid, reliable and valid assessment, which is designed to assess crystallized, fluid and quantitative intelligence. It can be used with individuals or groups and has been standardised for ages 10 to 75 years. The RAIT is made up of seven... more
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 HPNT is a confrontation naming test designed to evaluate rapid-naming ability across age groups. It consists of 100 line drawings of noun objects familiar to both children and adults. For most subjects who are beyond age eight years, the HPNT is a test of accuracy and speed of lexical access.... more
The PHCSCS-2 is a quick and comprehensive measure of self-concept in children or adolescents. It provides a screener for individuals who may require further assessment and treatment. There are 60 items covering six subscales; behavioural adjustment, freedom from anxiety, intellectual and school... more
** While stock lasts. Prices have been reduced. Sales are final and are not eligible for return** The BERS-2 contains 52 items that measure five aspects of a child's strength: Interpersonal strength Involvement with family Intrapersonal strength Social functioning Affective... more
The SDS is a self-administered, self-scored and self-interpreted career counselling tool based on Holland’s theory of career development. It is used extensively with individuals and groups to explore career options. The Australian edition has been updated in 2012 to ensure it is representative... more

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