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Assessment

developmental-Assessment-Recovered

Developmental Assessment

It is a structured evaluation of child’s development in various areas :
Physical, language, intellectual, social and emotional

  • VSMS (Vineland Social Maturity Scale): It is used to assess visual discrimination, matching and eye-hand coordination. It helps to indicate cognitive-perceptual abilities.
  • SFB (Seguin Form Board): It is used to assess visual discrimination, matching and eye-hand coordination. It helps to indicate cognitive-perceptual abilities.
educational-assessment

Educational Development

It helps to assess intellectual functioning of an individual.

  • WISC (Wechsler’s Intelligence Scale for Children)
  • WISC-III
  • WISC IV
  • KBT (Kamat Binet Test of Intelligence)
  • WAIS (Wechsler’s Adult Intelligence Scale)
LD-assessment

Learning Disability Assessment

It measures extent to which the person is able to use or apply his abilities in various areas. The areas include reading, writing, comprehension and mathematical applications.

  • WRAT- III
  • Woodcock Johnson Test of Achievement (WJ- III)
autism-assessment

Autism Assessment

These tests are conducted when there are symptoms related to autism. Autism is a pervasive developmental disorder characterised by stereotypical movements, poor social and communication skills. For the formal assessment of the disorder, the following battery is administered:

  • CARS (Childhood Autism Rating Scale)
  • GARS (Gilliam’s Autism Rating Scale)
  • ATEC (Autism Treatment Evaluation Checklist)
adhd

Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Assessment

This test helps to assess the intensity of impulsivity, hyperactivity and inattention.

  • ADHDT – Form
personality-assessment

Personality Assessment

These tests assess the underlying personality traits and psychological make-up of an individual.

  • MMPI- II (Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory)
  • MMPI- A (Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory) – Adolescents
  • MCMI- III (Millon’s Clinical Multiaxial Inventory)
Projective-Assessments

Projective Assessment

The following tests intend to uncover some unconscious desires that are hidden from conscious awareness:

  • ROR (Rorschach Inkblot Test)
  • HTP (House Tree Person)
  • CAT (Chidren Appreciation Test)
  • TAT (Thematic Appreciation Test)
neuro-assessment

Neuro Psychology

Memory assessment

  • Wechsler’s Memory Scale
  • PGI – Memory Scale
  • NIMHANS battery