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Memory / Auditory Processing

The Memory and Auditory Processing range for children includes tools to assess short term/working memory (Automated Working Memory Assessment - AWMA) and also allows for screening of young children for early auditory and phonological skills (Auditory Skills Assessment – ASA).

With various titles to select from, teachers, psychologists and allied health professionals can identify and effectively assess children who may have issues with basic memory, working memory or auditory processing.

Auditory Skills Assessment (ASA)

Auditory Skills Assessment (ASA)

Description
Screen children as young as 3 years 6 months for early auditory and phonologica ...
Complete kit price from
£190.50
Automated Working Memory Assessment (AWMA)

Automated Working Memory Assessment (AWMA)

Description
AWMA provides a practical and convenient way for teachers and psychologists to ...
Complete kit price from
£214.00
Children's Test of Nonword Repetition (CN REP)

Children's Test of Nonword Repetition (CN REP)

Description
Test short-term memory in children
Complete kit price from
£107.50
SCAN-3:C Tests for Auditory Processing Disorders for Children

SCAN-3:C Tests for Auditory Processing Disorders for Children

Description
Assess an auditory processing disorder in children 5 to 12 years old
Complete kit price from
£271.00
Working Memory Rating Scale (WMRS)

Working Memory Rating Scale (WMRS)

Description
Checklist to identify children with poor working memory skills
Complete kit price from
£50.00
Working Memory Test Battery for Children (WMTB-C)

Working Memory Test Battery for Children (WMTB-C)

Description
Assess working memory in children and adolescents
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