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Allied Health Assessments

Our assessments and resources are created by leading experts and authors in the health and psychology fields; to support Occupational Therapists and Speech and Language Therapists in identifying, preventing and improving the health and wellbeing of patients throughout their lifespan, enabling them to live active and fulfilling lives. 


RCOT endorsed training courses 

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Our training courses provide and introduction to and guidance on how to use certain standardised, neuropsychological and clinical assessments in health settings.

Workshops and on-line courses:  

> ADOS-2 Clinical Workshops 

> Cognitive Assessment Training - Online (CAT-O)

> Psychometrics Training Online


RCOT19: Workshop Slides

For those of you who were unable to attend our Workshop on Understanding standardised assessments in everyday practice’, the slides are now available for you to download.

> Download workshop slides 


Are you a university lecturer? You and your students can use a number of our occupational therapy assessments for as little as £65 per person/ per year with our Digital Assessment Library for University

Assessments for Occupational Therapists 


The Sensory Profile 2 can be used to evaluate children's sensory processing patterns at home, school, and in the community


Movement ABC-2 identifies, describes and guides treatment of motor impairment


Assesses the motor proficiency of all students, ranging from those who are normally developing to those with moderate motor-skill deficits



Standardised test of gross and fine motor skills for adults


Assess handwriting speed - provides evidence for Access Arrangements for Key Stage 2 National Curriculum Tests and for General Qualifications


A reliable, age-appropriate measure of handwriting speed for students aged 17-25 years in further and higher education



Assessment of Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) and Independent Activities of Daily Living (IADLs) in Children


The leading instrument for supporting the diagnosis of intellectual and developmental disabilities. Designed to meet any adaptive behaviour assessment need


Assess cognitive abilities quickly and reliably


Predict everyday memory problems in people with acquired, non-progressive brain injury and monitor change over time


Quickly measure cognitive and linguistic strengths and weaknesses



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