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Developmental assessments

Caroline
Age and stage
Bayley neuro
Motor skills 1st year

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Infant assessments

TIMP
Aims
Denver
Bayley
HINT

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Young and school age

DAYC
Peabody
TGMD
Move ABC
BOT 2

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Activity and participation: mutlidomain

COMP
PEDICAT
PEDI
School FA

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Norm referenced

Bayley (both)
AIMS
Denver
PEabody
MOVE
BOT2

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Criterion referenced

Carolina
School FA

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Norm and Criterion

TGMD

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Mutidomain

Carolina
Denver
DAYC
Comp
Pedi Cat
Pedi
School FA

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Gait test

10 m walk
30 s walk

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Running tests

4x30 shuttle
10x5 shuttle
Running 30 yds

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Motor skills/balance

Standing long jump
Vert jump
TUG
TUDS
SWOC
Functional reach

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Endurance/cardiorespiratory

6 min walk
EEI

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For children amb > 3y

4x30
10x5
Running 30 yd
Standing long jump
Vert jump
TUG
TUDS

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10 m walk age

Amb > 1 yr

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10 m walk category

Gait

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4x30 age

Amb >3

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4x30 category

Running

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4x30 goal

Inc part w/ age matched peers

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10x5 age

Ab > 3

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10x5 category

Running

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10x5 goals

Increased participation w/ age matched peers

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Runnings 30 yards age

Amb > 3

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Running 30 yards category

Runnings

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Runnings 30 yards goal

Increased part w/ age matched peer

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Standing long jump agea

Amb > 3

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Standing long jump category

Motor skills and balance

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Standing long jump goal

Increased part w/ age matched peer

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Vertical jump age

amb > 3

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Vertical jump category

Motor skills/ balance

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Vertical jump goals

Increased part w/ age matched peer

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TUG age

Amb > 3

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TUG category

Motor skills/ balance

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TUG goals

Increased part w/ age matched peer
Increased balance
Increased functional mobility

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TUDS age

Amb > 3

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TUDS category

Motor skills/balance

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TUDS goal

Increased part w/ age matched peer
Balance
Functional mobility

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6 min walk age

Amb > 4

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6 min walk category

Endurance/ CR

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6 min walk goals

Increase part w/ age matched peers

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6 min walk use

Progressive disorders
Predict decrease in amb

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SWOC age

T: 4-11
AT 6-21

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SWOC category

Motor skills/balance

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30s walk age

5-17

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30s walk category

Gait

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30 sec walk use

School and clinic

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EEI age

Amb 5-18
Cog and behavioral ability to perform it

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EEI category

Endurance/CR

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EEI use

Diff in energy expenditure
O2 consumption in CP

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Functional reach age

>7y

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Functional reach category

Motor skills/balance

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Functional reach goals

Increased part w/ age matched peer
Increase standing balance

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Carolina age

Birth - 2y

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Carolina type

Criterion
Multidimensional

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Carolina use

Determine approximate developmental level

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Age and stage age

1m - 5.5y

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Age and stage use

Parent/caregiver screen

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Bayley neuro age

3mo-2y

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Bayley neuro type

Norm

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Bayley neuro use

I I’d risk for delay or neuro impairment

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Motor skills 1st year use

Book and checklist for typical development

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TIMP age

34 wk post conception - 4 mo post term

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TIMP use

Postural and selective control

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AIMS age

Birth - 1.5y

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AIMS type

Norm

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AIMS use

Observation
ID delay and maturation over time

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Denver age

1w-6.5y

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Denver type

Norm
Mutlidomain

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Denver use

Detect protential developmental delays
Monitor high risk

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Bayley infant age

1-3.5 yr

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Bayley type

Norm

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Bayley infant use

Motor, mental behavior,
Developmental level

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HINT age

2.5-12.5 mo

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HINT use

Screen for low and high risk infant

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DAYC age

Birth - 5y11m

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DAYC type

Multidomain

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Peabody age

1m-6y

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Peabody type

Norm

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Peabody use

Fine and gross motor
Allows some modification

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TGMD age

3-10 y

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TGMD type

Norm and criterion

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TGMD use

Locomotion
Object manipulation

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MOVE ABC age

4-12y

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MOVE ABC type

Norm

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MOVE ABC use

ID and describe movement impairment
Checklist

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BOT2 age

4.5-14.5 yr

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BOT2 type

Norm

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gold standard for developmental coordination

BOT2

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GMFM 88 age

5-166

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GMFM 88 use

CP
DS

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GMFM 66 use

CP

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COMP age

All

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COMP use

Change in perception of occupational performance.
Self care, leisure, productivity

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PEDI CAT age

Birth - 20 years

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PEDI CATE use

Comp adaptive, ADLS, mobility, social/cog
Self contained categories

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PEDI age

6mo-7.5y

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PEDI use

Eval therapy outcomes for children w/ disability

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School FA age

Grades k-6

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School FA use

Criterion
Guide program planning for children w/ disability

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SATCo, CP and other measures

in children w/ CP

SATCo scores and age were sig predictors for GMFM and PEDI scores

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7 levels to assess segmental trunk control (SATCo)

Head control
Upper thoracic
Mid thoracic
Lower thoracic
Upper lumbar
Lower lumbar
Full spinal cord

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Static (SATCo)

Child’s ability to maintain upright posture for at least 5 seconds

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SATCo active

Child’s ability to rotation head >45deg while maintaining neutral trunk alignment

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SATCo reactive

Child’s ability to return to upright position w/ neutral alignment after perturbations

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SATCo child position

On bench w/ feet flat on floor
Pelvis in neutral
2 straps, one around each of the child’s femurs
3rd around sacrum if needed

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SATCo evaluator positioning

Sit behind child to provide horizontal support at each level
Assistant in front or side of child
Camera 45 deg angle to child

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SATCo reactive nudges

Brisk
Sternum
Left and right acromion
Spinous process of C7

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SATCo scoring: present

Maintains upright posture and neutral spine
May deviate <20 deg if there is immediate correction

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SATCo scoring: absent

Losing balance or neutral alignment
Using compensatory strategies

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SATCo scoring: NT

Evaluators believed the child had control but was unable to demonstrate control during testing
Evaluator did not place pt in good alignment prior to assessing that level
**comment must be provided for every component graded as NT

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SATCo deviations at trunk

Collapsing at the spine
● Leaning forward
● Arching back over the support provided by
evaluator

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SATCo movement strategies

Stiffening throughout the trunk to stabilize
Rapid movements versus slow and controlled
movements

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SATCo UE support

Placing hands on the bench or lap
- Placing hands in their mouth to stabilize
-Grasping a toy held by the assistant
-Clasping hands together or holding onto a toy with two hands

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SATCo If static control traded NT, but active/reactive present

Static control is then considered present

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SATCo If the component is present in the next level of the trunk, NT would be considered

Present

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SATCo If component is absent in next level of trunk, NT considered

Absent

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SATCo final score

Reflects level where child first demonstrates loss of trunk control

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SATCo- a child is said to demonstrate control at a given level when

they successfully maintain control of trunk for all three components

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SATCo - if a child is able to maintain control w/ one or two components

They are learning trunk control at that level

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SATCo score 1

Manual support at shoulder girdle
Functional level is head control

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SATCO score 2

Manual support at axilla
Functional level upper thoracic

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SATCo score 3

Manual support at inferior scap
Functional level is mid thoracic

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SATCo score 4

Manual support over lower ribs
Functional level is lower thoracic

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SATCO score 5

Manual support below ribs
Functional level is upper lumbar

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SATCo score 6

Manual support is at the pelvis
Functional level is lower lumbar

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SATCO score 7

Manual support is ind sitting
Functional level is learning indep sitting

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SACTO score 8

Manual support is indep sitting
Functional level is indep sitting

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GMFM scoring 0

Does not initiate

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GMFM score 1

Imitates

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GMFM score 2

Partially completes

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GMFM score 3

Completes