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I am looking to expand the assessments I have available to me for use in a school based preschool program. I have the Peabody, Sensory Profile, BOT, and VMI. Are there any other assessments you all find particularly helpful or provide more useful information to you? Also any ideas for lower functioning school age students who are too old for the Peabody but the BOT doesn't really get at their issues in any kind of meaningful way. Thanks!

 

asked Nov 16, 2017

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http://schoodles.com/upcoming-events/ 

This is a great tool to add to your collection.   

posted Nov 16, 2017
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Another preschool resource is the Miller Function & Participation Scales (M-FUN), by Lucy Jane Miller.  It starts at age 2 and includes visual motor, fine motor, and gross motor.  It also has a detailed classroom observation sheet.

posted Nov 16, 2017
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The service I work for also uses the M-FUN. It is the preferred assessment of choice for approval of pre-school funding/specialized services in the school districts that I work alongside.

posted Nov 17, 2017

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