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Paediatric and Adult Functional Skills Assessments

The OT Show will be taking place this autumn (November 26-27), and we will be offering 10% discount on our entire functional skills range throughout the show. To help you select which assessments you may want to view, we have provided a list below for you to explore. 

  • Visit Pearson Assessment on stand H3 at The OT ShowIf you're attending the show don't forget to Tweet us @PsychCorpUK using #OTShow
  • Join Shelley Hughes, SROT on Day 2 at 1:15pm when she'll be talking about 'Measuring independent living and participation in adults: choosing the right assessment tool for the job.'
  • If you are not planning on attending the show, please do contact your area consultant to speak about any of these products in more detail, or to arrange a product demonstration.


Our range of Functional Skills Assessments:

Paediatrics | Adults 



ABAS 2nd Edition packshot 
Assess the level of adaptive skills in children and adults


GOAL Packshot 
Evaluation of functional motor abilities needed for daily living


Assess a child's functional performance related to school participation


Gain detailed diagnostic information with direct links to intervention


PPVT-4 packshot
Assessment of Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) and Independent Activities of Daily Living (IADLs) in Children




ABAS 2nd Edition packshot
Assess the level of adaptive skills in children and adults


Adolescent/Adult Sensory Profile
Identify sensory processing patterns and effects on functional performance


Assess cognitive abilities quickly and reliably


Rookwood manual
A battery of simple neuropsychological tests designed to assess basic cognitive functions essential for safe driving


An ecologically valid, performance based measure of functional abilities with an emphasis on instrumental activities of daily living (IADL) skills


Vineland packshot
Identify and classify individuals who have learning difficulties, developmental delays, autism spectrum disorders and other impairments.



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