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Which assessment tool is designed to evaluate a student’s motor abilities while performing activities of daily living (ADLs)?
Which assessment tool is designed to evaluate children 2.11–7-11 years in the areas of visual-motor, fine, or gross motor and identify which of these abilities could benefit from home or classroom adaptations or accommodations?
Which assessment contains 8 subtests for gross and fine motor skill development and provides an index of motor proficiency for individuals from 4–21 years old?
The PDMS-2 is an assessment and remediation tool used to assess and improve motor skills in children ages:
The Fine Motor Quotient score in the PDMS-2 is derived from the scores from the following subtests:
The criterion-referenced questionnaire that identifies student strengths and needs, the applicability and efficacy of environmental modifications/adaptations in functional tasks, classroom activities, and social interaction is:
The assessment that evaluates pre-printing, writing, coloring, cutting, and visual perceptual skills with students from preschool through 12th grade and which can also be used with students with severe cognitive impairments, autism, and physical disabilities is:
The GOAL assesses functional motor skills in activities of daily living using 7 tasks based on occupations of a child’s daily life for the following age group:
Which assessment tool derives motor area composites in the areas of Fine Manual Control, Manual Coordination, Body Coordination, and Strength and Agility?
The BOT-2 provides a comprehensive index of motor proficiency for which age group?