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Visual-Motor (Neuro-Sensory integration) Assessments
DeGangi-Berk Test of Sensory Integration [TSI]
DeGangi-Berk Test of Sensory Integration [TSI]
George A. DeGangi, Ronald A. Berk
The DeGangi-Berk Test of Sensory Integration (TSI) makes it
easier to identify sensory integrative dysfunction in young children.
Sensitive to even subtle developmental deficits, the TSI permits early
detection of problems that could lead to learning difficulties if left
Beery-Buktenica Developmental Test of Visual-Motor Integration - Fifth Edition [Beery VMI-5]
Keith E. Beery, Norman A. Buktenica, Natasha A. Beery
The Beery VMI helps assess the extent to which individuals can integrate their visual and motor abilities. The Short format often used with children ages 2 to 8 years, and Full Format tests present drawings of geometric forms arranged in order of increasing difficulty that the individual is asked to copy.
The Short and Full Format tests can be administered individually or to groups in 10 to 15 minutes. The Beery VMI series also provides supplemental Visual Perception and Motor Coordination tests, which use the same stimulus forms as the Short and Full Format Tests. These optonal assessments are designed to be administered after results from the Short of Full Format test show the need for further testing, to help compare an individual's test results with relatively pure visual and motor performances. Individual administration is recommended for the supplemental tests, which take about 5 minutes each to administer.
The Beery VMI was standardized on a national sample of 2,512 individuals age 2 to 18 years. Results are reported as standard scores, percentile, or other equicalents.
The Beery VMI can be used by psychologists, learning disability specialists, school counselors, teachers, and other professionals.
The New Beery VMI, 6th edition Manual is not available through Psychological and Educational Publications but continue to use the existing Beery VMI-5th edition forms since the test content has not changed.Individual Components
Jordan Left-Right Reversal Test - 3 [JLRRT-3]
Brian T. Jordan
The Jordan Left-Right Reversal Test-3rd Edition (2011) helps clinicians identify students who have difficulty with reversals, and what types of reversals are problematic: objects, letters, numbers, words, or letter sequences. The JLRRT-3 now has two parts consisting of five subtests, in developmental sequence. Although the test is for individuals 5 years to 19 years, children 5 years to 8 years take Part 1 only. The first and last subtests are new, line drawings and letter sequences, respectively. The remaining three subtests are letters and numbers. words, and words in sentences. A Remedial Checklist provides suggested remediation activities.
Koppitz Developmental Scoring System for the Bender Gestalt Test - Second Edition WITH Bender Cards [KOPPITZ-2]
Cecil R. Reynolds
The revision of Elizabeth Koppitz' Bender-Gestalt test scoring system, as one
of the most frequently used psychological tests, has been extensively
revised and updated for ages 5 years to 85 years. This
new test is to be used by psychologists, educational diagnosticians, licensed
professional counselors, occupational therapists, and others with proper
training in the use of psychologically based tests of visual-motor integration.
The KOPPITZ-2 requires the examinee to draw increasingly complex figures
from a model (the Bender designs) on a plain sheet of white paper and
to organize the task independently.
McDowell Vision Screening Kit [MCDOWELL]
P. Marlene McDowell, Richard L. McDowell
Convenient and quick, the McDowell provides a complete evaluation for
any child, beginning with the very young preschooler. It gives a behavioral
assessment of visual performance in five areas: Distance Visual Acuity,
Near Point Visual Acuity, Ocular Alignment and Motility, Color Perception,
and Ocular Function.
Peabody Development Motor Scales - Second Edition [PDMS-2]
M. Rhonda Folio, Rebecca R. Fewell
The Peabody Development Motor Scales - Second Edition
(PDMS-2) is an early childhood motor development program that provides
(in one package) both in-depth assessment and training or remediation
of gross and fine motor skills. The assessment is composed of six
subtests that measure inter-related motor abilities that develop early
in life. It is designed to assess the motor skills of children from birth through five years of
age. Reliability and validity have been determined empirically. The
normative sample consists of 2,003 persons residing in 46 states. The
PDMS-2 can be used by occupational therapists, physical therapists,
diagnosticians, early intervention specialists, adapted physical
education teachers, psychologists, and others who are interested in
examining the motor abilities of young children.
Quick Neurological Screening Test - 3 [QNST-3]
Margaret Mutti, Harold Sterling, Nancy A. Martin, Norma Spaulding
The Third Edition of the Quick Neurological Screening Test documents the presence of neurological soft signs (NSS), which can indicate neural trauma and often harbingers of learning difficulties (without history of trauma). The expanded norms now cover ages 5 years through geriatrics (80+). The QNST-3 tasks are commonly used in traditional neurological exams and require no special equipment, just a pencil. The presence of NSS indicates impaired motor coordination and sensory integration, both of which relate to learning as well as to general daily functioning.
Test of Gross Motor Development - Second Edition [TGMD-2]
Dale A. Ulrich
The Test of Gross Motor Development - Second Edition (TGMD-2), a major revision of the Test of Gross Motor Development, is a norm-referenced measure of common gross motor skills that can be used by kinesiologists, general and special educators, psychologists, and physical therapists. The TGMD-2 assists you in identifying children ages 3-0 through 10-11 who are significantly behind in their peers in gross motor skill development.
Test of Handwriting Skills - Revised [THS-R]
The Test of Handwriting Skills - Revised (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 and cursive styles that can be
used with any of the popular handwriting programs, such as Palmer, Zaner-Bloser,
D'Nealian. The THS-R is not a classroom assessment of penmanship.
Test of Pictures / Forms / Letters / Numbers Spatial Orientation & Sequencing Skills [TPFLNSOSS]
Morrison F. Gardner
The Test of Pictures/Forms/Letters/Numbers Spatial Orientation and Sequencing
Skills (TPFLNSOSS) was developed to aid optometrists, occupational
therapists, resource specialists, psychologists, learning specialists, teachers,
and other professionals in determining a child's ability to visually perceive
forms and letters and numbers in the correct direction and to visually perceive
words with the letters in the correct sequence.
Test of Visual Motor Skills - Third Edition [TVMS-3]
The third edition of the Test of Visual-Motor Skills 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
detemine whether there are any systematic distortions or gross inaccuracies in the copied design
that could be the result of deficits in visual perception, motor planning, and/or execution.
Visual Skills Appraisal [VSA]
Regina G. Richards, Gary S. Oppenheim, in consultation with G. N. Getman
The Visual Skills Appraisal (VSA) is a screening test for grades K to 4 developed to assist teachers and other educators, who may not have specialized training in visual skills assessment, to identify visual inefficiencies that affect school performance. Six subtests assess pursuit. scanning, alignment, and locating movements; eye-hand coordination; and fixation unity. The VSA is a self-contained instrument that does not require the use of other equipment. In addition to its use in the identification of visual deficits, the manual includes many visual skill training techniques that are keyed to each subtest. The VSA can be individually administered in 10-15 minutes by an experienced examiner. The resulting subtest scores are converted to a scale of 0-5 and cut-off points, which indicate whether a student requires further examination by a vision specialist, are provided.Complete