- Author:Diane Bricker Ph.D.,Betty Capt "Ph.D. OTR",JoAnn Johnson Ph.D.,Kristie Pretti-Frontczak Ph.D.,Kristine Slentz Ph.D.,Elizabeth Straka "Ph.D. CCC-SLP",Misti Waddell M.S.
- Publisher:Brookes Publishing; 2 edition (July 1, 2002)
- Pages:28 pages
- Subcategory:Schools & Teaching
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OTR, JoAnn Johnson P. Kristine Slentz P.
OTR, JoAnn Johnson P. Elizabeth Straka P. CCC-SLP, Misti Waddell . Published by Paul H Brookes Pub Co (2002). This Child Observation Data Recording Form was designed for use in conjunction with the AEPS (R) Test for children 3 to 6 years by professional staff and includes each of the six areas: fine motor, gross motor, cognitive, adaptive,, and social.
Kristine Slentz, P. is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Special Education at Western Washington University and works as a training and technical assistance consultant for Early Support for Infants and Toddlers (ESIT), the Part C program in Washington State. Her particular areas of interest and expertise are assessment and evaluation, early intervention, risk and resiliency, and working within family contexts across cultures. She has been fortunate to combine her love of travel with international training opportunities in Canada, Dubai, Singapore, and Kenya.
Elizabeth Straka, P. CCC-SLP, provides training and technical assistance to agencies that provide services to young children with disabilities and their families.
She taught graduate-level coursework in early intervention and provided professional development seminars and workshops nationwide on best practices in assessment and intervention. Elizabeth Straka, P.
Kristie Pretti-Frontczak P.
OTR", JoAnn Johnson P. Kristie Pretti-Frontczak P. Elizabeth Straka "P. CCC-SLP", Misti Waddell . 4. This Family Report was developed for use in conjunction with the AEPS® for children birth to 3 years to obtain information from parents and other caregivers about their children's skills and abilities across major areas of development
Author (s) – Diane Bricker P. OTR, JoAnn (JJ) Johnson P. Type of Test – observation. Target Population and Ages – children from birth to 6 years of age. Time Requirements – Time for completion can take up to two weeks.
Author (s) – Diane Bricker P. CCC-SLP With Author: Kristine Slentz P. Test Administration – A child is observed in multiple settings performing certain types of activities.
Amy M. Wetherby, P. CCC-SLP, and Stanley I. Greenspan, . 500: Learning Challenges contributed by Pat Lindamood, . CCC-SLP, Robert L. Hendren, . Joan Mele- McCarthy, . and Stanley I. Greenspan . Section II: Axes II - VIII. Appendix I: A Comprehensive Approach to Clinical Evaluation. Appendix II: Implications of the ICDL Classification System for a Comprehensive, d Approach to Intervention.
Chicago, Illinois P. Developmental Psychology 2007 Minor: Statistics. Education & Professional Credentials Degrees Curriculum Vitae Sara Beth Hitt, P. Program: Special Education Department of Teaching and Learning East Tennessee State University Box 70548 Clemmer College. CHRISTOPHER TAYLOR STANLEY Academic Background Loyola University of Chicago P. Developmental Psychology 2007 Minor: Statistics Florida State University Tallahassee, Florida .
Formas Assessment, Evaluation, and Programming System for Infants and Children (AEPS®), CD-ROM. by: Diane Bricker P. OTR" · JoAnn Johnson P. CCC-SLP" · Misti Waddell .
by: Diane Bricker P. OTR · JoAnn Johnson P. ISBN: 978-1-55766-561-4.
This Child Observation Data Recording Form was designed for use in conjunction with the AEPS® Test for children birth to 3 years by professional staff and includes each of the six areas: fine motor, gross motor, cognitive, adaptive, social-communication, and social. This form is the primary form used to record the child's initial performance on the AEPS® Test and subsequent performances across test administrations (up to four test periods).
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