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Pediatric tests

Pediatric test and screeing tools

Denver Developmental Screening Test II 1) To screen for developmental delay. 2) Tests social, fine, gross motor, and language skills from birth to 6 Yrs. of age
Alberta Infant motor Scale (AIMS): Screening testobservational scale for assessing gross motor milestones in infants from birth through independent walking.
Movement assessment of infants Standard motor test 1) To identify motor dysfunction and changes in the status of motor dys and establish an intervention program for infants up to 1 year.
Peabody Developmental Motor Scale Standard motor test 1) Assesses gross and fine motro dev from birth to 42 mo.
Gross motor function test Standard motor test 1) Developed to measure change in gross motor function over time in children with CP 2) All items on test could beaccomplished by a 5 year old wiht typical motor dev
Sensory Integration and Praxis Test Sensorimotor assessmetn for children between ages 4-9 having mild to mod learnign impairments.
(Comprehensive developmintal assessment) Braley Scales of infant development revision Norm-referenced motor and mental scales for children from birth to 42 mo.
Pediatric Evaluatin of Disability Inventory (PEDI) f interview or questionnaire scale of ADLs with or without modification completed by caregiver
Functional Independence Measure for children (WeeFIM) assesses function in self-care, mobiltiy,locomotion, and communication and social cognition.
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