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PTS Assessments

The APAT was designed to identify students who are at risk of developing, or may be experiencing, auditory processing disorder. Subtest scores yield composite scores for global auditory processing, linguistic processing (with additional composites: discrimination, sequencing, and cohesion), and... more
GL Assessment’s leading vocabulary assessment for standard English, the British Picture Vocabulary Scale: Third Edition (BPVS3), can play an important role in assessing a child’s receptive (hearing) vocabulary, from as young as 3 years right up to 16 years of age. Its simple, appealing format and... more
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
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 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
The MYAT is designed as a test of general ability, covering numeracy, literacy, and nonverbal ability. It comprises 75 multiple-choice items: Numeracy — 25 items which provide information about the extent to which a student can exercise basic numeracy skills, is a discriminating and... more
To assess the usage and helpfulness of a range of general and specific coping strategies. The Adolescent Coping Scale – Second Edition (ACS-2) is an important research, clinical and educational instrument designed to support young people when examining their own coping behaviour. Updated to... more

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