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Assessment Tools and Instruments

This page lists assessment tools that are sometimes used to conduct communication and educational assessments with children who are deaf-blind. For guidance about the appropriate use of assessment tools and instruments and how to select an instrument for a specific child, You might start with the manual linked under "Assessing Communication and Learning in Young Children Who Are Deafblind or Who Have Multiple Disabilities". Additional links go to the full text of assessment tools that are available online or to more information about how to purchase those that are not available online.

Assessing Communication and Learning in Young Children who are Deafblind or Who Have Multiple Disabilities

Assessment of Deafblind Access to Manual Language Systems - ADAMLS

HomeTalk: A Family Assessment of Children who are Deafblind

Informal Functional Hearing Evaluation (IFHE)

Assessment Intervention Matrix (AIM)

Callier Azusa Scales

Carolina Curriculum

Child-guided Strategies for Assessing Children who are Deafblind or have Multiple Disabilities

Classroom Observation Instrument for Educational Environments Serving Students with Deaf-Blindness

Communication Matrix

Guidelines for Assessment of Cognition in Relation to Congenital Deafblindness

Hawaii Early Learning Profile (HELP)

INSITE Developmental Checklist Instructional Manual: Assessment of Developmental Skills

Introduction to the Holistic Communication Profile: Integrating Pivotal Social and Cognitive Milestones in Communication Programming

School Inventory of Problem Solving Skills

Self-Evaluation Guide for Assessing the Quality of Your Interactions with a Student who is Deaf-Blind

Tablet Computers and Apps as Informal Assessment Tools

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