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‘The UNIT Purpose of Assessment: Measure intellect Areas Measured: Reasoning and memory skills Age Range: S-17/11 Researcl Designed to be a fair measure of intellectual ability for children with verbal limitations. Description: 6 subtests that are given as a standard battery, abbreviated battery or extended battery Who Should Administer: Psychologist. Pros: Good for children that have hearing impairments. Cons: Seems to be good Zach Selnes Scales of Independent Behavior Purpose of Assessment: Provides a comprehensive assessment of 14 areas of adaptive behavior and 8 areas of problem behavior. Areas Measured: Problen areas in behavior or adaptation. Age Range: 3 months to 44 Research: Comprehensive, norm-referenced assessme: Description: 45-60 min, or 12-20 for short scale, provides a comprehensive assessment of 14 areas of adaptive behavior and 9 areas cf problem behavior Who Should Administer: any Prost Age-equivalent scoring tables are included in the response booklets for each subscale, allowing examiners to get immediate developmental information. Hag a fall ecale and short scale, which takes less time. cons: Tt seems to be designed well Zach Selnes Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales Purpose of Assessment: Determine intellectual and developmental disabilities Areas Measured: Communication, living skills, socialization, motor skills and behavior Age Range: 0-90 Research: Norms baged on current U.S. census data Description: Time: Survey Interview and Paxent/Caregiver Rating Forms 20-60 ninutes Expanded Interview form - 25 to 90 minutes and Teacher Rating form - 20 minutes ho Should Administer: Caregiver, Parent, Teacher Pros: Useful for diagnosis, qualification for special programs, progress reporting, program and treatment planning, and research Get 3 different perspectives. cons: Lots of questions that do not pertain to the person answering the questionnaire. Zach Seines