Bayley-4 UK (16 days – 42 months)
This assessment looks at five key developmental domains in babies and children aged between 16 days and 42 months old. These include cognition, language, social-emotional, motor, and adaptive behaviour. Children taking part will be asked to do several age-appropriate activities to assess their development in these areas. We are looking for children all over the UK to take part in this project.
The video below shows some examples of the fun activities involved in the Bayley-4:
Examples of Bayley-4 activities
More detailed information about the assessment and how to sign-up can be found in the Bayley-4 Participation Agreement.
Bayley-4 Participant sign up
Motor ability assessment (3–25 years)
This assessment is designed to measure motor ability in children and young people aged between 3 and 25 years old. It involves individuals completing simple physical tasks such as balancing and catching, as well as some fine motor control tasks such as writing and drawing. We are looking for individuals from all over the UK to take part in this project. More detailed information about the assessment can be found by following the appropriate link below.
If you are a parent of a child aged 3–15 years who would like to take part, please complete the child sign-up form.
Motor ability assessment - Child sign up
If you are a young person aged 16–25 years, please complete the Young Person sign-up form.
Motor ability assessment - Young person sign up