Vocational Assessment

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A Way To Work (Model Ww-10Q)

A Way to Work, model WW-10Q, is a vocational and community placement and vocational planning program designed to help instructors prepare students with disabilities for competitive or supported employment. The program demonstrates how to make and keep contacts with community employers, develop job sites, supervise apprentice workers, improve work skills, and prepare students for employment. The program is comprised of a curriculum which guides students from their first work training experience t

A Way To Work Resource File (Model Ww-04Q)

The A Way to Work Resource File, model WW-04Q, is a community placement assessment program and vocational assessment program designed to assist in setting up a community-based vocational training program for people with cognitive disabilities. The file provides 30 reproducible masters for funtional assessment forms, employer questionaires, parental consent forms, task analysis forms, work history records, and individual transition plans. WARRANTY: The manufacturer guarantees complete satisfactio

Americans With Disabilities Act Program (Model 94179)

The Americans with Disabilities Act Program, model 94179, is an ADA reference with in-depth information regarding the Americans with Disabilities Act and how to ensure compliance. The kit contains a 185-page Program Binder in easy-to-understand format to help the user to determine appropriate definitions of disability, undue hardship and reasonable accomodations; a thorough overview of the Americans with Disabilities Act; required reproducible forms; and a list of federal agency resources.

Brigance Diagnostic Comprehensive Inventory Of Basic Skills - Student Braille Edition (Model 5-00000-00)

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

Brigance Diagnostic Inventory Of Early Development - Aph Tactile Supplement (Model 5-17681-00)

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


CareerScope is a computerized aptitude test and interest inventory designed for use by individuals with low vision or learning or cognitive disabilities. Careerscope with Audio includes a friendly voice that slowly reads the login, orientation, instructions, practice items, and the Interest Inventory Items. For evaluees with reading disabilities, Numerical Reasoning and Word Meanings can be administered as untimed assessments, providing as much time as needed to finish the two tasks that emphasi

Community Living Video Series (Model Cvs-10F)

The Community Living Video Series, model CVS-10F, is a prevocational job skills training system designed to plan and to teach job and community living skills to people with developmental disabilities. The set includes six videotapes: Three community outings videos from the manufacturer's "Stepping Out" program, "Getting There," "It's All Part of the Job," and "Job Development: Coaching Winners" from the Way to Work Program. (Each video program is also sold individually. See separate entries for

Compass Assessment Software

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)

Comprehensive Vocational Evaluation System (Model S213)

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


The Compute-A-Match is a vocational assessment and placement software package that scores and matches clients to the D.O.T. (Dictionary of Occupational Titles). These tests cover Physical Abilitites: Eye-Hand-Foot, Motor Coordination, Finger Dexterity, Manual Dexterity, Color Discrimination; Cognitive Abilitites: Clerical Aptitude, Form Perception Aptitude, Spatial Aptitude, Cognitive and Conceptual Abilities, and Vocational Factors: Vocational Aptitude, Vocational Interest, Assessment of Work

Critical Thinking For Activities Of Daily Living And Communication

Critical Thinking for Activities of Daily Living and Communication, by Mary Pitti Daly and Jennifer Holmes Fouche, is designed for adults with cognitive impairment produced by a stroke, traumatic brain injury, dementia, or neurological involvement who need a help guide for re-entry into the community. Picture cards help improve communication and performance of daily living activities. Illustrations and photographs of activities such as grocery shopping, dining out, using different modes of trans

Ded Test Product

The DED Test Product is an assessment evaluation test designed for use by staff. This test provides a means of exploring the MyABLEDATA feature of the ABLEDATA Web site. Users may add new products and update existing listings.

Developmental Test Of Visual Perception, 2Nd Edition (Dtvp-2)

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

Developmental Test Of Visual-Motor Integration, Fourth Edition (Vmi-40), The

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

Evaluation Profile Analysis & Reporting System (Model S148)

The Evaluation Profile Analysis & Reporting System (EPARS), model S148, is a vocational skills assessment program designed for use in assessing individuals who are blind or have low vision. The program provides a computerized interpretation of vocational functioning. It identifies individual strengths and needs, estimates appropriate vocational and residential placement levels, and can generate an individualized evaluation report. The program comes with one package of EPARS Data Sheets.

Everyday Expressions Aphasia Therapy Program

Everyday Expressions Aphasia Therapy Program, by Diana J. Goodwin, was developed by an experienced speech therapist to give practical treatment material for older aphasic individuals with expressive language impairments. Directly facilitates the recovery of functional communication skills with 78 illustrated expressions organized into five categories of expressions: general social, daily living activities, dining out, at the doctor’s office, and visiting with friends. It is also beneficial to th

Ez - D.o.t.

EZ-D.O.T. is a skills training and assessment system designed to provide occupational information in electronic format of the 1991 Dictionary of Occupational Titles published by the U.S. Department of Labor. This resource lists the job requirements and descriptions for 12,741 occupations. Each job overview contains a narrative text description and coded information about educational, physical, mental, and environmental requirements. An occupation outline may be viewed in short form, showing only

Hometova Attention Screening Test

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

Job Quest For Windows Xp

Job Quest for Windows XP is a vocational planning and job placement assessment program designed for use with individuals with cognitive disabilities. This assessment software program presents 60 video clips representing 12 job categories in a forced choice format. After both job video clips in a pair have been viewed, users are prompted to select the job they liked best. This process continues until all video clips have viewed (approximately 20 to 25 minutes). Assessments can be personalized by

Learning Assessment Programs (Laps)

Learning Assessment Programs (LAPs) are skills assessment and training systems and job readiness tutorial programs designed to diagnose and remediate basic math and English competencies for a job or technical skills training program for individuals with a cognitive or developmental disability. The Learning Assessment Programs were written to help identify the student or employee’s ability to handle job-specific math, communication, science, and problem-solving skills related to the workplace. Th

Microcomputer Evaluation Of Careers And Academics (Meca) System

The Microcomputer Evaluation of Careers and Academics (MECA) System is a series of skills assessment and training systems, job readiness tutorial programs and transition, career and vocational assessment and planning programs. It includes simulations of tasks related to training, education and employment. The curriculum management system starts with a screening of interests (the Interest Indicator) and assigns activities for the user based on the scored results. The system then delivers assigned

Motor Free Visual Perceptual Test, Revised (Mvpt-R)

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.

Motor Free Visual Perceptual Test, Vertical (Mvpt-V)

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

Olfactory Sensory Evaluation Kit, The

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,

Peabody Developmental Motor Scales And Activity Cards (Pdms)

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

Plantar Fasciitis Insoles

Plantar Fasciitis Insoles are orthotic insoles designed for individuals with plantar fasciitis or persons with a weak arch or for adult men and women who just need added support when standing or walking. The insoles use a 4 degree rear wedge which encourages a neutral foot position, preventing excessive pronation. Provides shock absorption. Can trim to ideal height.

Quick Neurological Screening Test-Ii (2Nd Edition)

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

Reading Free Vocational Interest Inventory

Reading Free Vocational Interest Inventory is a vocational planning program designed to determine vocational interests for students in special education who are mentally disabled and learning disabled. Designed as a non-reading (requires no verbal symbols or written statements) vocational preference test, this book aids educators in curriculum planning, vocational counseling, and job placement for students from age 13 to adult. The inventory provides systematic information on the range of intere

Sensorimotor Performance Analysis (Spa)

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

Skills Training And Assessment System Or Sensory Integration Evaluation System

Catalog includes: Reading, Language and Remediation materials, Screening tests and Learning disability (LD) assessment programs, Perceptual skills programs and learning activities, Educational software, Life Skills Materials.

Social Skills Activities

The updated, 368-page new edition of this valuable resource offers an exciting collection of 200 ready-to-use worksheets to help adolescents build the social skills they need to interact effectively with others and learn how to apply these skills to various real-life settings, situations, and problems. The book provides 20 complete teaching units focusing on 20 basic social skills, such as being a good listener, "reading" other people, and using common sense.

Stanford Achievement Test Braille & Large Type Editions

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

Tactile Test Of Basic Concepts (Model 1-08830-00)

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.

Test Of Auditory Reasoning And Processing Skills (Tarps)

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

Test Of Pictures / Forms / Letters / Numbers / Spatial Orientation & Sequencing Skills (Tpflnoss)

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

Test Of Visual Perceptual Skills-Non Motor (Tvps-Nm) & Test Of Visual Perceptual Skills-Non Motor: Upper Level (Tvps-Nm:ul)

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

Test Of Visual-Motor Skills (Tvms) Revised Edition & Test Of Visual-Motor Skills : Upper Level (Tvms:ul) For Adolescents And Adults

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

The Asperkid's (Secret) Book

The Asperkid’s Secret Book of Social Rules is a tool designed for individuals with Aspergers syndrome, ages 10-17. It provides social guidelines and rules that address things that can seem baffling to those with this type of disorder.Such as making and keeping friends or how to blend in, as opposed to standing out. Contains 280 pages. Paperback.

Tools For Transition

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

Visual Skills Appraisal (Vsa)

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

Wooden Constructo Sets (Models 1-03690-00 & 1-03140-00)

Creative learning products which develop muscular coordination, manual dexterity, and construction concepts. All parts of both Junior and Senior sets are made of hardwood, and construction lengths are drilled at regular intervals for bolting. Nuts and bolts are color-coded for easy recognition. Junior Set (model 1-03690-00) contains 12 red, square-headed bolts, 5/8 inch in diameter and 4 inches long; 12 yellow, square nuts; 4 right- angle joints, 2 by 2 inches by 7/8 inch; and 10 lengths of vari

Workhard System (Model A873500)

The Workhard System, model A873500, is a work simulator designed for rehabilitation following injury or for work assessment and training for individuals with cognitive, neurological, or physical disabilities. This work conditioning system is designed for assessment, functional capacity evaluation, or work simulation. The package includes a Lift & Place Rack Station, Carry-All Weight Box, Tool Kit Weight Box, Stockroom Crate Weight Box, Packing Carton Weight Box, a set of 16 disc weights, foo

Workplace Mentor

WorkPlace Mentor is a comprehensive community-based vocational planning program designed for use with individuals with special needs or limited work histories. This computerized system is an employment planning system and incorporates a database that facilitates objective and targeted situational assessments in supported employment or transitional environments by matching consumer characteristics with job/work demands. The six-step process includes job analysis to yield a customized job bank, c


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