The AAMR Adaptive Behavior Scale-School: Second Edition (ABS-S:2) is a cognitive evaluation system designed for use by children with cognitive disabities, autism, or behavior problems.
It can be used to assess the functioning of children being evaluated for evidence of mental retardation, for evaluating adaptive behavior characteristics of children with autism, and for differentiating children with behavior disorders who require special education assistance from those with behavior problems who
The Abbreviated Profile of Hearing Aid Benefit (APHAB) For Windows is an auditory evaluation and hearing aid acoustic test system designed for use to assess how much an individual who is hard of hearing would benefit from a hearing aid. This system includes scoring and administration software for a 24-item self-assessment inventory in which individuals report the amount of trouble they are having with communication or noises in various everyday situations. Benefit is calculated by comparing the
AccuGait is a portable balance analysis system designed for use in balance assessment. The system provides an accurate measure of center of pressure (COP). It consists of a platform with a composite material top plate and Hall effect sensing elements. The unit interfaces with a laptop via a built-in RS-232 connection. Analog outputs are optional. Data are provided for force and movent along x-y-z coordinates, with the z axis oriented downward, the y axis oriented away from the connector, and the
AceReader Pro is a reading tutorial program designed for use by students with learning disabilities, dyslexia, low vision, or auditory or visual discrimination disabilities. This program uses two presentation methods to help the user learn to read more fluently by taking in multiple words at one time. In Rapid Serial Visual Presentation mode, text is displayed in the center of the text area, allowing the user to read without moving his or her eyes. In Tachistoscopic Scroll Presentation mode, te
ActiLife Desktop Activity Software is a motion, heart rate, and sleep evaluation system designed for use by individuals with disabilities. This desktop analysis software program is compatible with the ActiGraph and ActiTrainer (see separate entries). The software allows the user to initialize the ActiGraph or ActiTrainer in a number of different operating modes and to select epochs ranging from 30 times per second (raw mode) to 4 minutes. The collected data is stored in ASCII format for simple a
The ActiTrainer is an electronic motion evaluation system and heart monitor designed for use in assessing the physical activity level of individuals with disabilities. This accelerometer measures the user's movements. When worn with the included Polar Wearlink T31, heart rate data is wirelessly transmitted to the unit, where it can be viewed in real time on an OLED display window and stored along with activity data for further analysis. Other performance parameters that can be monitored by this
The Adaptive Behavior Assessment System, Second Edition (ABAS-II), by Patti Harrison and Thomas Oakland, is a test designed for use in assessing adaptive skills functioning of children or adults with cognitive disabilities. This assessment can be used to determine how an individual is responding to daily demands; develop treatment and training goals; determine eligibility for services and Social Security benefits; assess individuals with intellectual disability (ID), learning difficulties, ADD/A
Ages & Stages Questionnaires, Third Edition (ASQ-3) is a developmental assessment system designed to screen infants and young children for developmental delays during the first five years of life. Parents complete the illustrated 30-item questionnaires at designated intervals, assessing children in their natural environments to ensure valid results. Each questionnaire can be completed in 10 to 15 minutes and covers five key developmental areas: communication, gross motor, fine motor, problem
The Ages & Stages Questionnaires: Social-Emotional (ASQ:SE) is a developmental assessment system designed for use in evaluating children at risk for emotional disabilities or behavioral problems. This child monitoring system is focused exclusively on children’s social and emotional behavior. Parents complete the illustrated questionnaires, which screen seven key behavioral areas: self-regulation, compliance, communication, adaptive functioning, autonomy, affect, and interaction with people.
The ALGO Newborn Screening System is an auditory evaluation system designed for use in evaluating hearing in newborns. This system screens both ears simultaneously. Colored, customizable graphical displays guide the user through the screening process, and the system provides automated, objective pass/refer results. Screening parameters are pre-set and standardized. An audio-visual tutorial provides tips on how to conduct screening. Device-based data management facilitates creation of statistical
AMTI Walker Sensors are biomechanical sensors designed for use in gait and walker stability analysis and prosthetics fitting. Attached to a walker, this multiaxis transducer measures the forces transmitted through the walker. It measures the three orthogonal force components along the X, Y, and Z axes, and the moments about the axes, producing a total of six outputs. The sensor is available in pediatric anterior (model MCW-PA), pediatric posterior (model MCW-PP), and adult anterior (model MCW-AA
ANDDS is a developmental assessment program designed to screen infants and young children for developmental delays during the first three years of life. A parent can use this application (or app) as a screening test to examine his or her child’s development. The app allows the parent to answer a series of "Yes" or "No" questions about the child's development at ages 8 months, 12 months, 15 months, 18 months, and 24 to 36 months. ANDDS will give results that indicate whether the child is at risk
Assessment, Evaluation, and Programming System (AEPS) for Infants and Children, Second Edition, is a developmental evaluation system designed for use in assessment of children from birth to six years who have disabilities or are at risk for developmental delays. Professionals can use the system to assess and monitor six key developmental areas in young children: fine motor, gross motor, cognitive, adaptive, social-communication, and social. The assessment helps identify educational targets tailo
The AudioScan RM500 SL is a portable auditory evaluation and hearing aid acoustic test system designed for use in hearing aid fitting. Hearing is tested using the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) S 3.22 2003 standard test sequence. The unit has a fluorescent backlit color display, a built-in thermal line printer, and an integrated sound box. It comes in a cast aluminum case with a carrying handle. DIMENSIONS: 15.5 x 12.75 x 4.25 inches with a display measuring 12.1 inches diagonally.
The Automatic Clock Drawing Test is a cognitive rehabilitation evaluation program designed to screen children or adults for brain injury. This online assessment tool provides instant scores and feedback through networked laptops, portable kiosks, or PCs. Multimedia, interactive tests use touchscreens for accessibility for users who cannot draw or use a writing instrument. Tests use either military (24-hour) or standard (12-hour) clocks.
The Avant A2D+ Audiometer is an auditory evaluation system designed for use by audiologists in hearing assessment. This compact PC-based, dual channel audiometer features integrated Quick SIN testing capability; air, bone and speech functions; earphones and TDH-39 headset; a patient response switch; and compatibility with NOAH, Sycle.Net, and TIMS. The unit connects to a personal computer via a USB connection. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible personal computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:
The Avant REM Speech+ is an auditory evaluation system designed for use by audiologists for hearing assessments. This live speech mapping system allows for monaural or simultaneous binaral measurements using the Sure-Probe microphone system. Features include simultaneous FFT dual probe measurement, adjustable ear loop microphones, color-coded ear indicators (blue for left and red for right), DSL and NAL-NL1 targets, hearing loss simulation for third party demonstrations, and compatibility with N
The Baseline Hand Evaluation Set is a set of a dynamometer, pinch meter, finger circumference gauge, and finger muscle tester designed for clinical use. The set includes a hydraulic hand dynamometer, a 30-pound pinch gauge, steel finger goniometer, two-point discriminator with a third point, a Wartenburg pinwheel, finger circumference gauge, and a functional finger motion gauge.
The Baseline Hydraulic Hand Evaluation Set is a set of a dynamometer, pinch meter, finger circumference gauge, and finger muscle tester designed to evaluate the strength and range of motion of the hands and fingers. The set includes a hydraulic hand dynamometer, a 50-pound pinch gauge, and a stainless steel finger goniometer.
The Baseline Skinfold Caliper, model 12-01110, is designed for clinical use. Made of lightweight aluminum, this device features measurement arms with floating tips that are under constant pressure to assure accurate and reproducible results and a easy-to-read 60 millimeter scale. The set includes the caliper, a booklet, tables, and a carrying case.
The Baseline Two and Three-Point Aesthesiometers are designed for use with individuals who have diabetes or neurological disabilities. These diagnostic instruments test perception of cutaneous sensitivity. The two-point model tests the two-point threshold of touch. The three-point model adds flexibility, enabling the tester to alternate between one- and two-point sensitivity without changing settings. Both models have vinyl tips on both models minimize the effect of temperature on pain and touch
The Behavior Assessment System for Children, Second Edition (BASC-2), is a behavioral assessment designed for use in evaluating children and adolescents with cognitive, emotional, or learning disabilities. This assessment can be used by school and clinical psychologists to differentiate between hyperactivity and attention problems. It can identify behavior problems as required by IDEA and can be used for the development of FBAs, BIPs, and IEPs. It has multiple scales and forms that assess child
Skills assessment, instructional and communication tool for Individual Educational Program (IEP) preparation. Assessment: provides comprehensive chart or list of pupil behavior, to assist in identifying behavioral characteristics, skills and objectives. Instructional: aids in developing individualized and appropriate objectives and instructional strategies and activities for each pupil. Communication: Reading device. Can be used throughout schooling to display progress and help communicate this
Behavioral Intervention Planning — Third Edition (BIP-3) Computer Version for Single User, model 12293, is a behavior assessment program designed for use by educators of students with disabilities. This CD-ROM version of the BIP-3 can be used to complete a functional behavioral assessment (FBA) and develop a behavioral intervention plan (BIP). It includes the same steps and forms used in the print version of the BIP-3, but information is keyed in instead of written, summary sheets are completed
The Bobath Extra Wide Hydraulic Therapy Couch is designed for use by therapists working with children with various neurological impairments such as cerebral palsy. It can accommodate both the therapist and child on the couch. Bobath Therapy Couches can be used in clinics, hospitals and medical centers offering Bobath therapy. It is available in both electric and hydraulic versions.
POWER: Examples: Hydraulic.
DIMENSIONS: Maximum couch height: 1000 millimeters (39 inches), Minimum couch height:
The Boston University Activity Measure for Post Acute Care (AM-PAC)is a functional assessment evaluation test designed for use in assessing rehabilitation outcomes. This outcome instrument measures function in three domains: basic mobility, daily activities, and applied cognitive. It can be used for functional assessment of adults with a wide range of diagnoses and functional abilities. Patients can respond to test items or the instrument can be completed by a clinician or family member. The ass
The Brigance Diagnostic Comprehensive Inventory of Basic Skills - Student Braille Edition, model 5-00000-00, is a braille assessment evaluation test designed for use by children who are blind or have low vision. This is a braille version of the Brigance Diagnostic Comprehensive Inventory of Basic Skills (Green), Revised 1999, a criterion-referenced inventory designed to assess the strengths and weaknesses of children from pre-kindergarten through grade nine in selected skills areas. The skill ar
The Brigance Diagnostic Inventory of Early Development - APH Tactile Supplement, model 5-17681-00, is a set of braille and tactile test materials designed to make the Brigance Diagnostic Inventory (Yellow), Revised 1991, an assessment evaluation test, accessible to children who are blind or have low vision. The Brigance Diagnostic Inventory (Yellow), Revised 1991, is a criterion-referenced, self-directed inventory designed to assess the level of mastery of selected skills in children from birt
The Brigance Inventory of Early Development–II (IED–II) is an early childhood assessment designed for use by children with developmental delays. The inventory serves as both a diagnostic instrument and a criterion-referenced classroom assessment. Features include normed and standardized options for key skill areas; social-emotional assessments; and functional skills sequences for assessing incremental gains. The inventory can be used to identify developmental age, pinpoint learning problems, mon
The CJT Super Eval Kit is an assistive technology assessment system designed for use by therapists or assistive technology specialists in evaluating mounting systems. The kit contains four complete mounting systems and optional components. Mounting systems include the Profiler, ProLite, and Profiler Lite (see separate entries). Optional components include clamping bases, inserts, and mounting tools. The kit comes in a hard-shell case with an adjustable handle, wheels, and a security lock.
COGREHAB – XP: Computer Programs for Cognitive Rehabilitation are cognitive rehabilitation programs to aid therapists and others involved in rehabilitation to evaluate cognitive function and provide training in associated cognitive and information processing problems. The series includes a collection of programs which address various cognitive functions impaired by brain injury from head trauma, stroke, brain tumor surgery, anoxia, and brain infections. The cognitive domains include: Memory, Att
Compass assessment software is an evaluation assessment test designed for use by professionals who provide services in computer access and augmentative communication. This software measures user performance in skills needed for computer interaction, such as keyboard and mouse use, navigating through menus, and switch use. Properly used, this software rnables the professional to: (1) diagnose difficulties with an existing interface;(2) compare client performance with candidate access systems; (3)
The Comprehensive Assessment of Spoken Language (CASL) is a speech and language assessment designed for use to evaluate children with speech or communication disabilities. This battery of 15 individually and orally administered tests enables the speech language therapist to identify language disorders and impairment as outlined by IDEA, including delayed language, oral language disorders, dyslexia, and aphasia. The tests measure language processing skills (comprehension, expression, and retrieva
The Comprehensive Vocational Evaluation System (CVES), model S213, is a vocational assessment and cognitive skills evaluation system designed for use in assessing individuals who are blind or have low vision. This assessment system identifies relative strengths and weaknesses in the areas of Learning, Problem Solving & Achievement; Sensory & Motor Abilities; and Emotional-Coping & Adaptive Behavior. The system includes the Cognitive Test for the Blind (CTB), the Haptic Sensory Discri
---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: Based in an interactive multimedia computer system this prototype aims to stimulate persons with dementia and memory disabilities to have more enjoyable and rewarding conversations between their caregivers. A team of searchers from Scotland has developed a Computer Interactive Reminiscence and Conversation Aid (CIRCA). CIRCA is compromised of a simple touch-screen with easy-to-follow instructions and requires no IT competence. When switched on, CIRCA displays a
The DermaTemp Infrared Thermographic Sensor is a skin temperature probe designed for use with individuals who have diabetes or neurological disabilities. This high-precision hand-held scanner detects subtle skin temperature variations. The unit measures temperature on any body surface without tissue contact. In diabetic foot screening, the unit determines thermal geography, measuring hot and cool areas. The unit features patented automatic emissitivity compensation for accuracy on skin of any co
DermaTherm is a skin response biofeedback unit designed to measure and display skin temperature for individuals who need to keep track of accurate skin temperatures throughout the day. DermaTherm incorporates liquid crystal technology into a wireless device with an adhesive strip that is smaller than a band aid. It is ideal in that is small and inconspicusous and can be comfortably worn throughout the entire day. Some of DermaTherm's functional application are as follows: to help confirm diagnos
The Developmental Test of Visual Perception, 2nd Edition (DTVP-2) is an assessment evaluation test designed for use with children ages four to ten years with learning, cognition, motor, or physical disabilities. Sub-tests include visual-motor speed, position in space, eye-hand coordination, copying spatial relations, figure-ground, visual closure, and form constancy. The sub-tests are grouped into two categories: motor-reduced visual perception and visual-motor integration. Scoring is recorded a
The Developmental Test of Visual-Motor Integtation, Fourth Edition (VMI-4) is an assessment evaluation test designed for use with children ages three to 18 years of age with learning, cognition, visual-motor, and other disabilities. The test can also be used with adults with developmental delays. This test offers 27 forms to assess function, optional standardized tests to evaluate the relative contributions of visual perception and motor coordination to VMI-4 performance, and a visual- motor im
Instrument for measuring skin temperature changes from 65 degrees to 105 degrees Fahrenheit. Features digital display and auditory feedback, volume control, headphone output jack, and permanent linear semi- conductor. Temperature sensor. Power two 9 volt power packs. 12 by 5 1/ 2 by 6 inches. Options: output jacks and thermistors to register temperature for up to 3 body sites.
DPS:BCP is a software database version of the BCP (Behavioral Characteristics Progression) system developed by the Santa Cruz County Office of Education. The routines in the BCP help with assessment, objective setting, and instruction. This computerized version contains the behaviors and methods from 55 BCP goal areas, and permits data entry and progress tracking. Contact the manufacturer for more information on the uses of the BCP system. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Apple IIe computers.
The Earscan 3 Manual Audiometer, model ESM3, is a hearing screening instrument designed for use with individuals with hearing disabilities. This user-programmable pure tone portable audiometer features a large, easy-to-read liquid crystal display (LCD) screen and talkover for communicating with the individual being tested. The unit includes a password-protected callibration mode to ensure the integrity of data, and a calibration due date reminder is displayed at startup. A carrying case, manual
The Earscan Acoustic Impedance Pure Tone Audiometer is an auditory evaluation system designed for professional use with individuals with hearing disabilities. This unit can be purchased with tympanometry only or with optional ipsilateral acoustic reflex, manual audiometry and automatic audiometry. Options not originally purchased can be added later as requirements change. The unit is designed to be easy to operate and to provide quick, accurate, and repeatable results. After an exam is complete,
The Environmental Sound Simulator (ESS) is an auditory evaluation system designed for use with individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. The kit includes a DVD with eight two-minute samples of varying listening environments (audio and color video). The DVD's video recordings include typical listening environments such as church distance listening, outdoor traffic, small groups, restaurants, listening in an automobile, and television viewing, with both male and female voices. The DVD comes wi
Expected Consequences of Hearing Aid Ownership (ECHO) is a hearing aid assessment system designed to measure prefit expectations of prospective hearing aid users. It produces a global score and four subscales: Positive Effect, Service & Cost, Negative Features, and Personal Image. These scale scores can be compared with the range of scores representing realistic expectations for hearing aid use. The system can be used to examine unrealistic expectations a potential hearing aid user may have,
FEAT - Functional Evaluation for Assistive Technology, model 10909, is an assistive technology evaluation system designed for use with individuals with cognitive or learning disabilities or brain injury. This systematic, comprehensive, multidimensional, and ecologically-based assessment protocol can be used with people from elementary aged students through postsecondary adults. The scale can be used to determine the most appropriate and effective assistive technology devices to help individuals
The FIM (Functional Independence Measure) System is a functional status assessment system designed for use by clinicians who care for individuals with disabilities. It can be used as part of an outcomes management program for skilled nursing facilities, subacute facilities, long-term care hospitals, Veterans Administration programs, international rehabilitation hospitals, and other related venues of care. The system enables providers and programs to document the severity of patient disability an
FireWire VNG is a balance assessment test system designed for use in clinics that carry out assessments to diagnose balance disorders. Model VN415 is the basic platform with standard protocols for spontaneous nystagmus, ithermal caloric, positional and Dix-Hallpike testing. Model VO425 offers the same test protocols as VN415 and additionally expands into oculomotor tests with standard protocols for gaze, saccade, smooth pursuit and optokinetic testing. Both systems are available in monocular or
The Fonix Digital Hearing Evaluator, models FA-10 and FA-12, is an auditory evaluation system designed for use in hearing examinations. This digital audiometer has a hearing simulator that allows tested individuals to listen to up to four different frequency responses. Tests include Stenger, Alternate Binaural Loudness Balance (ABLB), Monaural Loudness Balance (MLB), and Short Increment Sensitivity Index (SISI). The unit has a built-in microphone. OPTIONS: Lightweight sound field speakers; stere
Foundations I is a series of seven types of visual and auditory reaction training programs. Simple Visual Reaction Time I-II records reaction time to a square presented randomly in time and place. Visual Reaction Stimulus Discrimination I-II records reaction to the choice of a colored square presented at random intervals. Visual Reaction Differential Response records right or left reaction to a square presented on either side of a vertical line. Visual Reaction Auditory Prestimulus operates like
Foundations II is a series of seven types of visual scanning, tracking, and reaction training programs. Visual Reaction Multiple Stimuli records reaction time to change in stimuli color. Visual Tracking records percent success of reaction to change in color of a randomly tracking stimulus. Visual Scanning II records reaction time and success in recognizing a cluster of digits surrounding a presented target symbol (e.g. $, ##, or %). Visual Scanning III records search reaction times for user to s
The FSA (Force Sensing Array) 4D Pressure Mapping System for Wheelchair Seating is a pressure evaluation system designed for use in positioning and cushion assessments for wheelchair users. This system allows the clinician to assess surface interface pressure
between the client and a wheelchair sear or back cushion; select an optimal cushion; determine an optimal positioning strategy; document the solution; and share the pressure profile with the client and colleagues. The system includes a pres
Gulick Anthropometric Tape, model PC 5193, is measuring tape for recording the circumference or lengths of body parts. A spring attachment in the tape holder permits a slight amount of constant tension on the tape so that identical tension is attainable by differnt examiners. The tape is marked in both inches and centimeters. DIMENSIONS: 6 feet long.
Tool for skills assessment and curriculum planning helps to identify developmental needs of handicapped infants and young children. Play therapy and instructional activities. Display over 650 skills or objectives in 6 developmental areas: cognitive, language, gross motor, fine motor, social emotional, self help. Each area organized into specific skills or behaviors, beginning at birth through 3 years old. Chart ($2.95) used to identify behaviors for assessment, for setting objectives and recordi
The Hearit Complete Auditory Tool Kit is an auditory evaluation system designed for use with individuals with dyslexia, attention deficit disorder (ADD), attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), or hearing or auditory processing disabilities. This kit is intended for use by lending libraries and includes Hearit Perfect, Hearit SE, neck-loop and adapter, Speech Therapy Kit accessories and Broadcaster accessories (also available separately; see entries).
The Hearit Perfect, model 200, is an auditory evaluation system designed for use with individuals with dyslexia, attention deficit disorder (ADD), attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), or hearing or auditory processing disabilities. This assessment tool offers three levels of noise reduction and can be adjusted for attenuation, auditory gain and treble range frequencies. The maximum gain at 1.6 KiloHertz is adjustable from 20 to 40 decibels (dB) and the maximum gain is adjustable from
The Hearit Combo, model 225, is a communication aid for individuals with hearing disabilities coupled with attention deficit disorder (ADD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), or traumatic brain injury (TBI). This set is designed for those who are easily distracted and have difficulty distinguishing speech from background noise. Included are the Hearit, model 200, communication aid (see entry) and a neckloop telecoil for use with behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aids.
Gives instant response monitoring of heart rate. Dual function instrument provides highly accurate absolute heart rate and relative blood volume pulse amplitude biofeedback. Also works in combination with GSR/TEMP 2 or TEMP/SC 201T to detect heart rate changes as small as 1/2 beat per minute and blood volume pulse changes of 1 percent in both audio and visual modes. Thresholds can be set which help desensitize phobias and anxiety or minimize cardiac risk during home exercise or aerobic training
The HomeTOVA Attention Screening Test is a cognitive rehabililtation evaluation program designed for use by individuals with attention deficit disorder (ADD), brain injury, learning disabilities, stroke, and other cognitive and neurological disabilities. This software program is a performance-based screening test for attention and impulsivity problems, based on the Test of Variables of Attention (TOVA). It is not a questionnaire. The test measures the testtaker's attention as the testtaker uses
The Infanib Complete Kit is a developmental assessment system designed for use in assessing the muscle tone and posture of infants ages four to eighteen months. The kit includes a 124-page spiral-bound manual, "The Infanib: A Reliable Method for the Neuromotor Assessment of Infants," by Patricia H. Ellison, M.D., and one pad of 50 two-sided screening forms. Administration of the assessment is untimed.
The Insta-Pulse, model 105, is a pulse meter and heart monitor. It is cylinder-shaped and measures the heart's electrical impulses when the cylinder's nickel bands are grasped with hands. The pulse rate is displayed on an LCD readout. POWER: Uses 9 volt battery.
The Insta-Pulse, models 201 and 203, is a pulse meter and heart monitor. Both models have an oval handle wit one side consisting of a cylinder that measures the heart's electrical impulses when the cylinder's nickel bands are grasped with the user's hands. The pulse rate is displayed on an LCD readout. Model 201 (pictured) mounts on a wall, and model 203 includes a steel floor stand. POWER: Uses 9 volt battery.
The Insta-Pulse OEM is a pulse meter and heart monitor that is mounted on the handlebars of a bicycle or treadmill. It consists of electrodes that mount on both handgrips and a small square base unit that is mounted elsewhere on the handlebars or grips. The electrodes measures the heart's electrical impulses when the cylinder's nickel bands are grasped with hands. The pulse rate is displayed on an LCD readout on the base unit. POWER: Uses 9 volt battery.
Integrity V500 is an auditory evaluation system designed for use to test the hearing of infants, young children, or hard-to-test adults. This unit generates high-definition ABR (Auditory Brainstem Response) results without sedation. Clinicians can perform auditory electrophysiological or otoacoustic emission assessment on patients from newborns to seniors. Pediatric patients can feed, speak, play, or wake up while being tested. Tests can be performed wirelessly. The unit fits unobtrusively on an
The Jamar Discriminator is an aesthesiometer designed for use with individuals who have diabetes or neurological disabilities. This diagnostic instrument tests both one- and two-point static and moving discrimination. This set includes two plastic discs, each imbedded with a series of plastic rods spaced at varying intervals. The unit can be used to measure the innervation density of any surface or to test skin befor and after skin grafts. The unit is also useful for sensory re-education. A fabr
The Finger Circumference Gauge, model 7501 and 7508 is a finger gauge designsed to assess finger and joint strength. The gauge has direct readout of circumference of finger, joint or digit. Model 7501 offers readouts in inches and model 7508 in centimeters. Available in inches or centimeters.
The Medical Skinfold Caliper, model 5028, is a skinfold measuring device designed for clinical use. This scale is used to measure subcutaneous adipose tissue for "body fat" assessment. Spring loaded caliper arms provide standard pressure for the measurment of skinfolds in nutrition, fat distribution, children's growth, anthropometric, and other applications. The scale permits reading tup to 60 milimeters (mm). The unit is constructed of aluminum and features a contoured handgrip and safety stra
The Jamar Monofilaments, models A8351 and A8352 are aesthesiometer sets designed for use with individuals with neurological disabilities or diabetes. Designed to measure cutaneous sensibility, the monofilaments measure both diminishing and returning sensation. The monofilaments are precisely calibrated and of equal length. Model A8351 includes 20 monofilaments, instructions, and colored pencils. Model A8352 is a set of five monofilaments. OPTIONS: Replacement monofilaments and a pad of 100 evalu
The Kaufman Functional Academic Skills Test (K-FAST) - Braille, model 5-64500-00, is a braille assessment / evaluation tool designed for use to assess math and reading skills of children who blind or have low vision. This assessment is an individually administered test to determine the student's skills in applying knowledge of reading and arithmetic in a variety of real-life situations. Reading and arithmetic tasks on this test relate to everyday activities, such as understanding labels on drug
LanguageLinks is a language tutorial and assessment evaluation test designed for use with children in grades Kindergarten through eight with autism, developmental disabilities, language-learning disabilities, low vision, or hearing disabilities. This program offers a comprehensive, research-based approach to syntax assessment and intervention. It is a six-level series which takes children from the early two-word stage through mastery of more than 75 grammatical forms. LanguageLinks features Opt
The Late-Life FDI is an outcome assessment evaluation test designed for use by community-dwelling older adults. This assessment tool measures meaningful change in the areas of function, defined as a person's ability to do discrete actions or activities, and disability, defined as a person's performance of socially- defined life tasks. There is a 16-item disability component and a 32-item function component. The assessment can be used to assess clinical outcomes in programs designed for seniors.
The LIFEware System is an outpatient outcomes tracking and reporting system that documents functional outcomes achieved across a wide variety of outpatient settings, including outpatient rehabilitation clinics, physical therapy practices, standalone private practice sites or clinics, adult day service centers, cardiac rehab centers, pulmonary rehab centers, pain centers, wound care centers, and other settings. The system provides a method of evaluating outcomes for individual patients, groups of
The Lowenstein Occupational Therapy Assessment (LOCTA)-2nd Edition is a cognitive rehabilitation evaluation program designed for use with persons with traumatic head injuries or strokes disabilities. The LOTCA test provides tools for primary assessment and ongoing evaluation to determine a reliable profile of the subject's cognitive abilities. Requiring 30 to 45 minutes to administer and score, 20 comprehensive tests assess the extent of cognitive dysfunction in the areas of orientation, visual
The Lowenstein Occupational Therapy Assessment Geriatric (LOCTA-G) is a cognitive rehabilitation evaluation program designed for use as part of an ongoing occupational therapy evaluation and treatment plan for geriatric clients with traumatic head injuries or strokes. The LOTCA-G test provides tools for primary assessment and ongoing evaluation to determine a reliable profile of the subject's cognitive abilities. Requiring 30 to 45 minutes to administer and score, 20 comprehensive tests assess t
MADSEN Astera is an auditory evaluation system designed for use by audiometric professionals to assess and measure hearing loss. The audiometer has a comprehensive battery of clinical tests, including ML, ABLB, SISI, Stenger, Tone Decay, Multiple Frequency Weber, Masking level difference (MLD), multiple tinnitus tests, and Lüscher/DLI (Difference Limen Intensity). Tests can be customized by individual user. The system integrates with the manufacturer's OTOsuite diagnostic and fitting software
The MAP System is a bedside pressure evaluation system designed for use by people with limited mobility who are at risk of developing a pressure ulcer and people with an existing pressure ulcer. The system features a pressure sensing mat containing a textile that generates a small electrical signal proportional to the pressure on it. The signal is read, interpreted by the system's software, and displayed on a handheld display unit using a color scheme to identify high and low pressure points. Th
Matching Person and Technology (MPT) Assesment and Forms is an assistive technology assessment system designed for use with individuals with disabilities. This single CD-ROM contains all MPT assessment forms (consumer and provider, initial and follow-up) for assisive, educational, workplace, healthcare, and general technologies. Video interviews, sample reports, and much more are also included. All of the instruments in the MPT process (except the Health Care Technology Predisposition Assessment
Materials on Utilization of Low Vision (ULV) - Diagnostic Kit is a visual skills assessment program designed for use by individuals with low vision. This assessment tool can be used to determine if a student's residual vision is being fully utilized. It consists of two kits purchased separately. The Teacher's Kit (model 8-50600-00) includes a Teacher's Guide; a Visual Efficiency Scale and Directions for Administration; a Profile of Visual Skills and Behavior; and a Record of Performance on Visua
The McCarron Assessmnet of Neuromuscular Development (MAND), model S104, is a motor skills evaluation system designed for use by individuals with balance, fine motor, grasping, neurological, or walking disabilies. The system includes a test manual, one package of MAND-VI Score Forms, a hand dynamometer, a stopwatch-timer, a walking line, and other components for measuring fine and gross motor functions. OPTIONS: Tactile Strip for MAND Walking Line (model X132) to enable individuals who are blind
The Mini Insta-Pulse, model 107, is a pulse meter and heart monitor. It is cylinder-shaped and measures the heart's electrical impulses when the cylinder's nickel bands are grasped with hands. The pulse rate is displayed on an LCD readout. POWER: Uses 9 volt battery.
The Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test is an assessment evaluation test designed for use with individuals with fine motor or neurological disabilities. This standardized test measures eye-hand coordination and manual dexterity of the arm and hand for manipulative work. The testing procedure requires unilateral and bilateral movements while utilizing a broad range of shoulder motion. The Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test incorporates two test batteries—Placing and turning—while the Complete Minnesota
The Motor Free Visual Perceptual Test, Revised (MVPT-R) is an assessment evaluation test designed for use with children from four years to 11 years, 11 months of age with learning, cognition, motor, or physical disabilities. An expanded version of the original MVPT, this test assesses visual perception. The complete set includes 40 test plates, a manual, and 50 recording forms in a vinyl folder. OPTIONS: The test plates, sets of 50 recording forms, and the manual are also available separately.
The Motor Free Visual Perceptual Test, Vertical (MVPT-V) is an assessment evaluation test designed for use with adults with stroke or brain injury. Adapted from the original MVPT, this test assesses visual perception, presenting stimuli vertically at the visual midline. This provides accurate assessment of perceptual abilities in adults who may have hemified visual neglect (HVN). Raw scores are converted to standardized scores and norm tables are presented for adults with or without a history
MyoBoy, model 757M11, is an assessment and training system designed for use by individuals with upper extremity amputation who are being fitted for an Otto Bock myoelectric prosthetic hand (see entry). The system enables a prosthetist to conduct realistic tests of muscle tension and gather data that can be used to adjust the electrodes on the myoelectric hand. The system documents the individual's muscle signal strength so the prosthetist can track results and print data sheets. The included My
The Olfactory Sensory Evaluation Kit is an assessment evaluation test designed to test all five senses of children and adults with disabilities. Also designed to be used as a therapeutic tool, the kit affords the opportunity to interact with a variety of photo cards and scents. The kit includes 27 scratch-and-sniff sheets, 27 corresponding photo cards, and 27 screw-top jars. One of the scented sheets is placed on top of one of the jar caps and matched with the appropriate photo (apple, orange,
The Oral and Written Language Scales (OWLS) is an assessment designed for use in evaluation of children with communication, learning, or speech disabilities. This individually administered assessment includes a Listening Comprehension Scale (LCS) that measures receptive language skills; an Oral Expression Scale (OES) that measures expressive language skills; and a Written Expression scale (WE). The OWLS LC/OE and WE Complete Test Kit has all three scales and the OWLS LC/OE Kit includes the two o
The PA5 Pediatric Audiometer is an auditory evaluation system designed for use by audiologists in evaluating the hearing of infants and young children. Operable with one hand, this unit provides variable stimuli for screening infants via auditory localization techniques. The two stimuli, light and sound, are controlled by silent buttons. Both stimuli can be presented simultaneously for visual reinforcement audiometry (VRA) by letting one finger touch both buttons. Two units can be used for the c
The Wireless Patient Response System is a wireless handheld switch and receiver box designed for use with an auditory evaluation system by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. The receiver box is plugged into the audiometer (where the corded response switch would be plugged in). The user can then give responses via the wireless remote handheld unit, making the system more accessible to individuals who use a wheelchair or walker. A red LED on the handheld unit provides immediate feedback
The Peabody Developmental Motor Scales and Activity Cards (PDMS) is an assessment evaluation test designed to assess early childhood motor development. Standardized on 617 children, this test provides both in-depth assessment of special needs and instructional plans for training/remediating gross and fine motor skills. Divided into a Gross Motor Scale and a Fine Motor Scale, the test evaluates grasping, hand use, eye-hand coordination, and finger dexterity. The instructional component is organiz
The Peabody Individual Achievement Test-Revised-Normative Update (PIAT-R/NU) is an assessment test designed for use by children with cognitive, learning, communication, or speech disabilities. This assessment measures individual academic achievement across six subtests. It can be used to identify specific learning disabilities, and its multiple-choice format allows a pointing response for most items. Only those items within the student’s range of difficulty are administered. The subtests include
The Pediatric Evaluation of Disability Inventory (PEDI) is a developmental assessment system designed for use with children with disabilities. This comprehensive clinical assessment of key functional capabilities and performance of children between the ages of six months and seven years can also be used to evaluate older children with functional abilities that are less than those expected of a 7-year-old child without disabilities. It is a descriptive measure of a child's current functional perf
The Phone-Link Telephone Simulator is an assistive technology demonstration aid designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. This stand-alone demonstration system produces telephone signals without tying up an actual phone line. It can be used to demonstrate amplifier telephones, TTYs, ringers, or alerting devices, and can also be used in telecoil training. Equipment is connected using modular cords. This low-voltage system is portable.
The Preference and Reinforcer Assessment is an application designed for children with autism to reduce their problematic behaviors and to teach them new skills through reinforcers. This app was designed by a BCBA and based on preference assessments used in ABA settings. It scientifically identifies motivating reinforcers for a student. With step by step instructions, the app calculates the percentage of times each preference was selected, creates a bar graph of each student’s final results and s
PrimusRS is an assessment and evaluation system and arm and leg exerciser designed for use in physical therapy of individuals with upper or lower extremity disabilities. It provides multi-joint testing, orthopedic rehab, neuromuscular reeducation, and musculoskeletal training of the upper & lower extremities and the core. The system can be used to Evaluate, rehabilitate, and track progress with Isotonic, Isometric, Isokinetic, & CPM resistance modes. It supports evidence-based physiother
DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To provide a means of completing a Learning Media Assessment or of assessing print point size. A printer’s rule is a clear device on which are printed versions of the letter “E” in a variety of type point sizes. The device can be laid over print material being read to determine the point size orsizes being used. TITLE: As a Rule (in Springboard). AUTHOR: Toelle, N. M. JOURNAL: RE:view. Vol 37 no 2, Summer 2005: p. 77. PAGES (including cover): 2 2005.
The Psychosocial Impact of Assistive Devices Scale (PIADS) is an assistive technology assessment system designed for use by researchers in the area of assistive technology outcomes. It includes a 26-item, self-rating questionnaire that is designed to measure a person's perceptions of how assistive devices affect quality of life. The scale describes user experiences along three dimensions: (1) Competence, which measures feelings of competence and usefulness. (2) Adaptability, which signifies a wi
The Quebec User Evaluation of Satisfaction With Assistive Technology (QUEST 2.0), by Louise Demers, Bernadette Ska, and Rhoda Weiss-Lambrou, is an assistive technology assessment system designed assessing assistive technology outcomes. The assessment uses a self-administered 12-item questionnaire to evaluate user satisfaction with assistive technology devices. A 44-page manual describes the assessment's development, distinct features, materials, administration, scoring and interpretation of resu
The Quick Neurological Screening Test-II, 2nd Edition (QNST-II) is an assessment evaluation test designed to detect soft neurological signs associated with learning disabilities. Designed for use with individuals ages five years through adulthood, this edition offers extensive literature reviews, clarified directions, and reformatted test protocol sheets. Fifteen sub-tests can be completed in 20 to 30 minutes. The complete kit includes a manual, 25 scoring forms, 25 geometric form reproduction s
QuickSIN is an auditory evaluation system designed for use by audiologists as part of audiometric examinations. This speech-in-noise test measures speech understanding in noise. Results can be used to make specific treatment recommendations (for example, hearing aids, directional microphones, array microphones,and FM systems). The test can also be used for counseling patients regarding realistic expectations for treatment outcomes.
RAPS 360 (Reading Analysis and Prescription System) is a reading evaluation program designed for use with children with learning disabilities. RAPS 360 helps teachers quickly gauge a student’s ability to read and comprehend grade level passages and then further diagnoses reading skills based on the determined proficiency levels. Tests are quick and adaptive and can be completed in five to thirty minutes. The system tests encoding/decoding, eye function, word meaning, and reading comprehension an
The Reinforcer WR-500 VRA System is an auditory evaluation system designed for use with children who are deaf or hard of hearing. The system includes a smoked Plexiglass box with attention-getting motion and light patterns. Each box features a friendly cartoon character that lights up and moves back and forth rapidly and quietly when activated. The box also features a horseshoe-shaped light bar with 20 bright LEDs that flash sequentially or in a marquee pattern to vary the combination of lights
The Rolyan Functional Reach Measuring Device, model A800400, is designed for use by individuals with upper extremity and neurological disabilities. This portable device attaches to doors and is marked for both English and metric measurement. The unit cab be used to assess both standing and sitting balance with arm extension and to screen for balance improvement.
Satisfaction with Amplification in Daily Life (SADL) is a heaing aid assessment system designed for use in evaluating the satisfaction that individuals feel with their current hearing aids. It quantifies satisfaction using a global score and four subscales: Positive Effect, Service and Cost, Negative Features, and Personal Image. The scale can be used to examine a hearing aid user's experience with a new or current hearing aid or to assess differences between previous and new hearing aids. The c
The Scoliometer, model 5055, is designed for use by physical therapists and other medical professionals to measure curvature of the spine. It measures six areas to detect scoliosis, and provides three measurements to detect abnormal anteropostero curves. It can be used to evaluate progress during treatment, without X-rays. It also measures the unstable lumbosacral curve as well as the cervical and thoracic curves. The device is calibrated in centimeters, millimeters, and degrees. It is latex-fre
The Scoliometer, model MDSP121091, is designed for use by physical therapists and other medical professionals to detect scoliosis and abnormal antero-postero curves of the spine. It also measures unstable lumbosacral, cervical, and thoracic curves in centimeters, inches, and degrees.
The Complete Assessment Kit is an assessment system to identify and remediate visual perceptual problems caused by scotopic sensitivity. This assessment program can be used by teachers and specialists to assess and help students at the elementary or high school level who see moving, reversed, or distorted letters and/or words. The diagnostic screening kit includes: a 230 page assessment manual giving step by step instructions; two sets of color transparencies for testing; forms with blackline ma
The Short Form Assessment Kit is an assessment system for the identification and remediation of visual perceptual problems caused by scotopic sensitivity. This assessment program can be used by teachers and specialists to assess and help students at the elementary or high school level who see moving, reversed, or distorted letters and/or words. The Assessment kit includes a Short Form Assessment Manual with 100 pages of basic assessment instructions; reproducible masters of forms; and one set of
The Sensorimotor Performance Analysis (SPA) is designed to provide a qualitative record of gross and fine motor tasks. Designed for use with ambulatory individuals from five years of age through adulthood who have developmental disabilities, the evaluation consists of four gross motor tasks and three fine motor tasks. The manual ($34) describes the use and interpretation of the SPA, gives examples of SPA-based treatment plans, and provides scoring criterion. The Scoring Profile groups the perfor
The Simulator II is an assessment and evaluation system designed for use as part of physical therapy of the upper extremity and hands. With measures in both isotonic and isometric modes, this system can replicate most upper extremity functional activities, including lifting, to support the evaluation of strength and functional capabilities. It comes with software with routines for extensive return-to-work assessments including Functional Capacity Evaluations (FCEs). Using this software, the the
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: The Sit Time Monitor is used to obtain objective, quantitative information on the number of hours a patient sits in a wheelchair. Describes device made of a pressure-sensitive ribbon switch pad placed under the wheelchair cushion, a digital electronic timer attached to the back of the chair, and a two part cable that joins them. Lists materials needed. Includes photographs. COMMENTS: Study supported in part by NIHR grant 23-578886. Authors affiliated w
The Stanford Achievement Test Braille and Large Type Editions are braille and large print assessment evaluation tests designed for use by teachers for the assessment of students who are blind or have low vision. These are braille and large print versions of the Stanford Achievement Test, Form 5, Ninth Edition, 1996, which is designed to measure student performance in the areas of reading, spelling, study skills, language, mathematics, science, social science, and listening skills. Braille and l
Stick-to-Stand System is a product designed for therapists, nurses and caregivers to assist in ensuring that adjustable furniture (i.e. beds, chairs, commodes, etc.) is set at the correct height for individuals, reducing the risk of falls and manual handling injuries. It enables users to correctly measure an individual's lower leg length and then, without having to do any math, determine the correct furniture height for them by simply following the color coded lines on a "stick". Correct furnitu
The STISIM Drive M100-OT & M100WS-OT is a driving simulator and assessment and evaluation system designed for use by an occupational therapist (OT) to assess patients in rehabilitation hospitals and clinics. The system includes STISIM Drive Software; 1 (model M100-OT) driver display screen or 3 (M100WS-OT) driver display screens; 1 Dell computer work station (M100-OT) or 3 Dell work stations (M100WS-OT) with Microsoft Windows and high performance nVIDIA graphics card; 1 operator display scre
The STISIM Drive M300-OT & M300WS-OT is a driving simulator and assessment and evaluation system designed for use by an occupational therapist (OT) to assess patients in rehabilitation hospitals and clinics. The system includes STISIM Drive Software; 1 (model M300-OT) driver display screen or 3 (M300WS-OT) driver display screens; 1 Dell computer work station with Microsoft Windows and high performance nVIDIA graphics card; 1 operator display screen; a STISIM Drive high fidelity advanced cont
The STISIM Drive M300WS-OT-Console is a driving simulator and assessment and evaluation system designed for use by an occupational therapist (OT) to assess patients in rehabilitation hospitals and clinics. This portable system is mounted on a wheeled base and includes 1 Dell computer work station with Microsoft Windows, STISIM Drive Software, and a high performance nVIDIA graphics card in a lockable computer bay; 3 driver display screens; 1 operator display screen; an ergonomic auto seat with sa
Tactile version of the Boehm Test of Basic Concepts assesses the young child's mastery of concepts essential to understanding oral communication. This includes such fundamentals as top, bottom, middle, over, under, inside, outside, next to, etc. Set includes 5 practice cards, 50 test cards made of high-impact plastic, a class record form, and TTBC and BTBC test manuals.
The TCA Toglia Category Assessment, Model K11060, is a cognitive rehabilitation evaluation program designed for persons with cognitive and mental disabilities. The assessment kit consists of plastic utensils which the subject is asked to sort by color, size and type to establish the ability to categorize and switch concepts. Detailed and systemic guidelines are provided to facilitate performance through the use of cues and help determine and design an appropriate intervention program. The easily
Instrument for measuring skin temperature changes from 70 to 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Features light emitting diode and audio tone to indicate skin temperature. Put probe on skin, turn temperature dial, when dial reaches skin temperature, light looses illumination and tone changes. Power 9 volt battery to size 6 by 3 1/2 by 2 inches.
The Test of Aided-Communication Symbol Performance (TASP) is an augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) assessment battery designed for use by individuals with cognitive, communication, or speech disabilities. This test of symbolic skills provides a starting point for designing or selecting an appropriate page set for an AAC device. The test can also be used to help design communication boards. Results can also help in establishing appropriate AAC intervention goals and strategies targe
The Test of Auditory Reasoning and Processing Skilkls (TARPS) is an assessment evaluation test designed for use with children ages five to 14 years of age with speech, language, hearing, and neurological disabilities. This test covers the following functions of auditory reasoning and processing: general information, arithmetic reasoning, verbal absurdities, finding reasons, analogical completions, comprehension, directional orientation, and similarities. The complete battery includes a manual an
The Test of Pictures / Forms / Letters / Numbers / Spatial Orientation & Sequencing Skills (TPFLNOSS) is designed for use with children ages five to eight years with cognitive, visual, or perceptual disabilities. This test evaluates a child's ability to visually perceive forms, letters, and numbers in the right direction and to visually perceive words with letters in the correct sequence. This test is motor reduced and no verbal responses are required. The child does not have to rely on his
The Test of Visual Perceptual Skills-Non Motor (TVPS-NM) is designed for use with children ages four through 13 years with cognitive, visual, and perceptual disabilities. This test addresses the perceptual areas of visual discrimination, memory, spatial relationships, figure-ground, and closure. The set includes a manual, test plates, and 25 record forms. The Test of Visual Perceptual Skills-Non Motor: Upper Level (TVPS-NM:UL) is designed for use with children and young adults ages 12 through 19
The Test of Visual-Motor Skills (TVMS), Revised Edition is designed for use with children ages three years of age through 13 years, 11 months with visual, cognitive and perceptual motor disabilities. This revised edition features some new geometric forms and the deletion of some forms included in the earlier version, revised norms, and revised scoring. The scoring method requires that the geometric forms be evaluated by a number of visual-motor characteristics and scoring criterion is required f
Portable instrument for measuring skin temperature changes from 32 to 230 degrees Fahrenheit. Features digital display temperature readout in Fahrenheit and Celsius and temperature probe. POWER: 9 volt battery. DIMENSIONS: 2.5 x 5 x 2 inches.
Three point aesthesiometer designed to measure two point discrimination. Third point allows examiner to alternate between two and one point testing without changing adjustment.
The Test of Language Development-Primary: Fourth Edition (TOLD-P:4) is a language development assessment test designed for use in identifying children with communication disabilities. This test assesses spoken language in young children. Professionals can use it to (1) identify children who are significantly below their peers in oral language proficiency, (2) determine their specific strengths and weaknesses in oral language skills, (3) document their progress in remedial programs, and (4) measu
Tools for Transition is an assessment designed for use by secondary school students with learning disabilities. This program helps students identify and describe the strengths and weaknesses of their own learning style, and then relate this information to their individual education plan (IEP) goals; apply appropriate study strategies to their individual learning problems; understand the legal rights of students with learning disabilities to plan and advocate for accommodations in school; select
The Test of Pragmatic Language, Second Edition (TOPL-2), is an assessment evaluation test designed for use by children with communication or learning disabilities. This test provides a comprehensive analysis of social communication in context. Its four principal uses are identifying individuals with pragmatic language deficits, determining individual strengths and weaknesses, documenting an individual’s progress, and researching pragmatic language skills. The complete kit includes an examiner’s
Touch It! Conceptual Skills is a set of seven cognitive skills training programs for the IBM TouchWindow system. (See separate entry.) These computer software programs are designed to teach and assist persons with cognitive disabilities in developing short-term memory, basic reasoning, visual scanning, categorizing, and perceptual discrimination with a focus on memory enhancement, basic reasoning, and conceptualization of abstract ideas. The programs are interactive; users participate with the t
The Transdisciplinary Play-Based Assessment and Intervention System, Second Edition, model TPBA/I 2, is a developmental assessment system designed for use by early intervention specialists. With this system, children from birth to age 6 are assessed in four domains (sensorimotor, emotional and social, communication and language, and cognition) while engaged in natural play with a parent. Professionals partner with parents to choose customized play-based interventions that help children make prog
U-LAM (Universal Language Activity Monitor) is a data collection program designed for use with users of alternative and augmentative communication (AAC) devices. This personal computer (PC) software facilitates the collection of language samples from older and lower level AAC systems that do not include the LAM feature. It can also be used with AAC systems that include a built-in LAM feature. It records the time and content of language events. Language events can be recorded either through the P
The UDS-PRO System is a comprehensive tool that combines patient assessment, outcomes management, and reimbursement functinality for use by rehabilitation facilities. The system combines the Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility Patient Assessment Instrument (IRF-PAI), case-mix group (CMG) assignment, and data transmission to both the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation (UDS). The system includes both Medicare and non-Medicare requireme
The Universal Nonverbal Intelligence Test (UNIT) is a cognitive ability assessment program designed for use by students with cognitive, communication, learning, or speech disabilities, or who are deaf or hard of hearing. This cognitive assessment program is a set of individually administered specialized tasks that measure cognitive abilities. Both administration and item response formats are completely nonverbal. The tests measure a broad range of complex memory and reasoning abilities, includin
Verifit is an auditory evaluation and hearing aid acoustic test system designed for use in hearing aid fittings. Features include real speech and digital signal processing (DSP) measurement; serial, parallel, Ethernet, and USB ports for network and peripheral device connectivity; dual probe modules for binaural fittings; dedicated real-ear speakers; choice of monaural or binaural, graphic or tabular display; fluorescent backlit active color liquid crystal display (LCD); large sound-absorbent tes
Video VRA is an auditory evaluation system designed for use with children who are deaf or hard of hearing. To keep the child's interest during the hearing test, the system includes a color liquid crystal display (LCD) display that continuously shows 24 animated cartoon clips lasting 20 to 50 seconds each. Other features include metal housing and a wireless handheld remote control. OPTIONS: Tabletop or wall-mount stand. DIMENSIONS: 11.8 x 2.4 x 14.3 inches. The LCD display measures 15 inches. WEI
Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales, Second Edition (Vineland-II) is an assessment designed for use to evaluate personal and social skills of children and adults with mental retardation, autism spectrum disorders (ASDs), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), brain injury, or dementia / Alzheimer’s disease. Psychologists and other professionals can use this assessment to identify individuals who have mental retardation, developmental delays, brain injuries, and other impairments. The ass
The Visual Skills Appraisal (VSA) assesses visual inefficiencies in children ages five to nine years. Six subtests evaluate pursuit, scanning, alignment, locating movements, eye-hand corrdination, and fixation unity. This self-contained instrument does not require additional equipment and the manual includes visual training techniques keyed to each subtest. The complete set includes a manual, stimulus cards, 25 design completion forms, 25 red/green trail sheets, 25 score sheets, and red/green gl
Visuospatial I is a series of six visual spatial training programs. Maze I, II records time and errors for user to maneuver through a floor plan as rapidly as possible without hitting the walls. Cube-in-the-Box I, II records time intervals for user to keep a cursor in a randomly jumping frame. Line Orientation I, II displays an array of lines and asks the user to rotate a single line on the right of the screen to match a randomly selected item in the array, matching either visually or from memor
The WeeFIM II System is an assessment evaluation test designed to enable credentialed clinicians across the United States and around the world to measure and document functional performance in infants (0-3 years old), children, and adolescents with either acquired or congenital disabilities in a consistent manner. The instrument is a reliable outcomes measurement instrument that can be applied uniformly across inpatient, outpatient, and community-based settings to track clinical, managerial, an
The Weinstein Enhanced Sensory Test (WEST) Foot Monofilaments are aesthesiometers designed to measure skin sensitivity and peripheral nerve involvement for people with neurological disabilities or diabetes. The five-monofilament instrument enables two or more monofilaments with textured spiral tips to be in position for testing at one time. Color-coded results provide accurate diagnosis. The set includes the monofilament unit, a case, test form, manual, and free calibration for one year. DIMENSI
The Weinstein Enhanced Sensory Test (WEST) Hand Monofilaments are aesthesiometers designed to measure skin sensitivity and peripheral nerve involvement for people with neurological disabilities or diabetes. The five-monofilament instrument enables two or more monofilaments with rounded tips to be in position for testing at one time. Color coded results provide accurate diagnosis. The set includes the monofilament unit, a case, test form, manual, and free calibration for one year. DIMENSIONS: The
The Wireless XM-1000 Visual Reinforcement Audiometry (VRA) System is an auditory evaluation system designed for use with children who are deaf or hard of hearing. To attract the attention of children during pediatric auditory assessment, the system combines motion with attention-getting multiple light patterns. The system includes a smoked plexiglass box with a screen on which a friendly cartoon character lights up and quietly moves back and forth to attract attention. Additionally, 20 brightly