Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development | Fourth EditionBayley-4 UK
- Bayley-4 UK is the most comprehensive assessment tool for determining developmental delays in children. Sign-up here to stay updated on the Bayley-4 UK.
- Publication date:
- Age range:
- 16 days to 42 months
- Subtest level scaled scores, domain level composite scores, percentile ranks, confidence intervals, developmental age equivalents, and growth scale values
- Qualification level:
- Completion time:
- 30 to 70 minutes (depending upon age of child)
- Paper-and-pencil; Q-global
- Scoring options:
- Q-global (web-based); Manual
Professionals have relied on the Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development™ for more than 50 years to identify potential delays in children and get interventions in place early on.
The new version of the Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development Fourth Edition features:
Bayley-4 UK Training Offerings
Our interactive two-day online workshop will teach course participants to administer, score and interpret the Bayley-4, using videos of young children with and without clinical presentations. Participants will learn how to administer and score the Cognitive, Language and Motor scales.
The following resources are available.
Kits, components, and pricing
Digital Administration and Scoring
|The following training events are available for Bayley-4
Bayley-4 UK is the most comprehensive assessment tool for determining developmental delays in children. In this presentation Melinda Cooper, Senior Product Manager, Occupational Therapy will cover:
One of the diagnostic areas that characterise Autism Spectrum Disorder is impaired communication. The Bayley-4 can be used to evaluate the early communication skills of children aged 16 days to 42 months. The presenters will describe Bayley-4's flexible administration process, which includes series items, related items, caregiver questions, and digital administration.
Using multiple methods and collecting information from multiple sources are considered best practices when assessing infants and toddlers to identify developmental delays. When the assessment includes standardised tests, it is important to consider how the early development and behaviours of young children can impact their performance, especially on structured tasks.Recorded: Thursday, 22nd October, 2020