DEST-2 Manual 9780749121365

Key information

Determine whether a young child is experiencing difficulty in areas known to be affected in dyslexia

Author(s):

Rod Nicolson,

Angela Fawcett

Publication Year:

2004

Age Range:

4 years 6 months to 6 years 5 months

Administration:

Individual - 30 minutes

Qualification Code:

CL3

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The Dyslexia Early Screening Test - Second Edition (DEST-2) battery contains screening tests of attainment and ability. These determine whether a young child is experiencing difficulty in areas known to be affected in dyslexia.

An 'at risk' score for dyslexia determines whether further in-depth testing should be undertaken. A profile of skills provides valuable information that can be used to guide in-school support.

The DEST-2 consists of 12 subtests:

  • Rapid naming
  • Bead threading
  • Phonological discrimination
  • Postural stability
  • Rhyme/Alliteration
  • Forwards digit span
  • Digit naming
  • Letter naming
  • Sound order
  • Shape copying
  • Corsi frog
  • Vocabulary (group/individual).

The DEST-2 replaces the bestselling Dyslexia Early Screening Test (DEST) and includes two additional subtests, clinical research data, a new 'at risk' category and scoring software.

 

Price list

Complete kit:

Includes examiner's manual, envelope 1 (containing subtest cards and sample permission letter), envelope 2 (containing score keys), forward digit span CD, sound order CD, corsi frog, beads, cord, blindfold, balance tester, scoring software with manual and 50 score sheets in a bag.
ISBN: 9780749121365
£181.50
£213.08 inc VAT
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Record forms, pack of 50
ISBN: 9780749121402
£56.00
£67.20 inc VAT
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