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Pediatric Stand Test

Pediatric Standarized Tests

Age adjustment for prematurity term infants 38-42 weeks gestational age
37 weeks or less is considered premature
At what age do you not have to adjust 2 years old
Normal referenced utilize normal subject test results as standards for interpreting individual test scores
criterion referenced scores interpreted on absolute criteria (scores based on number of items performed correctly)
Screening Tools AIMS (Alberta infant Motor Scale), Denver Developmental Screening Test II, Bayley Infant Neuromotor Screener (BINS)
Denver II Normal kids w/o problems
Denver II Purpose detect potential developmental problems in young children & monitor children at risk for developmental problems
Denver II Age Range 1 week - 6.5 years
Denver II Areas Tested Personal-social, fine motor, language & gross motor (also has 5 subjective 'test behavior' items
Denver II Results age equivalency
Bayley (BINS) Does not diagnose anything, child's development
BINS Purpose identify developmental delay & monitor a child's developmental progress
BINS Age Range 1 month - 42 months (3 1/2)
BINS Areas Tested Mental, Motor, Language & Behavior
BINS Results norm - referenced
Standardized Tests AIMS, PDMS, PEDI, GMFM, BOT-2
Aims Purpose identify infants & toddlers w/gross motor delay & to evaluate gross motor skill maturation over time
Aims Age Range birth - 18 months
Aims Areas Tested gross motor function in four positions - supine, prone, sitting & standing
Aims Results norm & criterion referenced (raw score & percentil rank)
AIMS Alberta Infant Motor Scales
PDMS-2 Peabody Developmental Motors (Gross) Scales - 2
PEDI Pediatric Evaluation of Disability Index
GMFM Gross Motor Function measure
BOT-2 Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency-2 (high level test)
PDMS-2 Purpose gross & fine motor development by direct observation
PDMS-2 Age Range birth-6years
PDMS-2 Areas Tested reflexes (0-12m)stationary, locomotion, object manipulation - all done by PT, grasping, visual-motor - both done by OT
PDMS-2 Results norm-referenced
PDMS-2 Administration must directly observe child performing task to give them credit
PDMS-2 score 0, 1 or 2
PDMS-2 basal level established when child receives a 2 on 3 items in a row
PDMS-2 ceiling level established when a child scores a 0 on 3 items in a row
PEDI Purpose for children with a disability (physical and/or cognitive) measures functional skills vs normality
PEDI Age Range 6m-7.5 years (can be used for older children functioning at these age ranges)
PEDI Areas Tested Domains - Self-care, mobility & social function
PEDI Results norm-referenced
PEDI Administration 0 or 1 scoring, caregiver assistance & modification scoring from 0-5, scored from direct observation or caregiver report
GMFM Purpose measure change in gross motor function over time, developed for children w/CP
GMFM Age Range any age (validated for 5m - 16 years) typically developing 5 year old should score 100%
GMFM Areas Tested GM function in lying & rolling, sitting, crawling & kneeling, standing, walking, running & jumping
GMFM Results criterion referenced
BOT-2 used in school district w/ children who are mildly involved due to high level coordination & balance activities
BOT-2 Purpose assess gross & fine motor skills - higher level balance & coordination
BOT-2 Age Range 4-21 years
BOT-2 Areas Tested Fine manual control, manual coordination, body coordination, & strength & agility
BOT-2 Results Norm-referenced
BOT-2 Administration must directly observe child performing items on test
Created by: jklincoln
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