Pediatric Tests and Measures

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  1. Neonatal Tests
    • Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale (NBAS)
    • Neurologic Exam of the Full Term Infant 
    • Test of Infant Motor Performance (TIMP) (Predictive)
  2. Infant Tests: Developmental
    • Bayley Motor/Mental (birth - 3 years) (Discriminative)
    • Batelle/DayC (birth - 6 years)
    • Denver II (birth - 6 years)
  3. Infant Tests: Motor Assessments
    • Infant Motor Screen (IMS) (4, 8, 12 months)
    • Alberta Infant Motor Scale (birth to 19 months) (Discriminative)
    • Peabody II (birth - 7 years) (Discriminative)
  4. Infant Tests: Participation
    • WEEFIM (.5-7 years) (Discriminative)
    • Pediatric Evaluation of Disability Inventory (PEDI) (.5-7 years) (Discriminative)
    • GMFM (no age limits) (Evaluative/Predictive (motor curves)) 
    • Trans-Disciplinary Play-Based Assessment
  5. Children Tests: Activities
    • Bruinicks Oseretsky (BOTMP) (Discriminative)
    • Movement ABC - used w/ children w/ DCD
    • Toddler and Infant Motor Assessment (TIME) (birth to 3.5 years)
  6. Children Tests: Participation
    • Canadian Occupational Performance Measure (COPM)
    • Miller Function and Participation Scales (2yr 6mo - 7yr 11mo)
    • School Function Test (SFA) (K-6th grade)
    • Children's Assessment of Participation and Enjoyment (6-21 years)
  7. Alberta infant motor scale (AIMS)
    Birth to 18 months

    • Gross motor skills in four positions: prone, supine, sitting and standing
    • Identifies gross motor delay and evaluates motor skills maturation
  8. Batelle developmental inventory (BDI)
    Birth to 8 years

    • Norm referenced
    • Personal-social, adaptive, motor, communication and cognition skills
    • Used to determine developmental delay or dysfunction
  9. Bayley scales of infant development II (BSID II) and Bayley infant neurodevelopmental screener(BINS)
    • BSID II: 1 to 42 months
    • BINS: 3 to 24 months

    • Norm-referenced
    • Cognitive and motor development assessment
    • Used with early intervention and research
  10. Bruininks Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency (BOTMP)
    4.5-14.5 years

    • Norm-referenced
    • Gross and fine motor skills
    • Assessment for higher level motor skills and to evaluate motor training programs
  11. Canadian Occupational Performance Measure (COPM)
    • All ages
    • Areas of concern regarding perception of self-care, productivity and leisure occupations
  12. Denver Developmental Screening Test - II
    1 week - 6.5 years

    • Norm-referenced
    • Determine developmental delay
  13. Gross Motor Function Measure (GMFM)
    5 months - 16 years (best a 1-5 years)

    Determine quantity of movement in children with CP
  14. Movement Assessment Battery for Children (MOVEMENT ABC)
    4-12 years

    • Norm-referenced
    • Identifies impairments in motor function in children w/ milder movement disorders
  15. Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale (NBAS)
    Full-term neonates 37-48 weeks post conceptual age

    • Criterion-referenced 
    • Provides info on interactive patterns that can be used to assist parents and caregivers
  16. Neurological Exam of the Full Term Infant
    Full-term and preterm infants 38-42 weeks gestation

    • Norm-referenced
    • Determines neurologic dysfunction in young infants
  17. Peabody Developmental Motor Scales
    1-72 months (6 years)

    • Norm-referenced 
    • Estimates overall motor abilities
    • Used in EI programs to determine eligibility for services
  18. School Function Assessment (SFA)
    Children w/ disabilities in K-6

    • Criterion-referenced
    • Activity and functional capabilities of children w/ disabilities in the school setting
  19. Test of Infant Motor Performance (TIMP)
    Prematurely born infants 34 weeks post conceptual age - 4 months post term 

    Discriminates infants with risk of poor motor outcome
  20. Toddler and Infant Motor Evaluation (TIME)
    4 months - 3.5 years

    • Track development over time 
    • Determines extent of motor delay/dysfunction
  21. WEEFIM: Functional Independence Measure for Children
    • 6 months - 8 years 
    • (can be used up to 12 years w/ children w/ disabilities) 

    • Criterion-referenced
    • Determines degree of a child's disability, ability to accomplish tasks, and caregiver assistance required
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