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Receptive, Expressive and Social Communication Assessment - Elementary (RESCA-E)
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The RESCA-E combines standardized tests and informal observation across settings to give a more complete picture of a child's communication skills.

The PLSI is useful for teachers, early intervention specialists, and other professionals to do a quick screening of children's pragmatic language skills.
The Gilliam Autism Rating Scale-3 (GARS-3) is intended to assist professionals in the diagnosis of autism.
The CASD provides a quick way to screen for children with ASD, regardless of age, IQ, or autism severity.
The CARS-2 identifies individuals with autism, based on direct observation.
The SRS-2 identifies the presence and severity of social impairment on the autism spectrum. It discriminates between ASD and other disorders, including Asperger's, PDD-NOS, AD/HD, and anxiety.
The Psychoeducational Profile-3 test assesses the skills and behaviors of young children with autism and communication disabilities.
The Adaptive Behavior Diagnostic Scale is an interview-based rating scale that assesses the adaptive behavior of individuals ages 2 to 21 years.
The EASIC-3 is a five-level inventory developed for use with children who are developmentally disabled, have autism, or have moderate to severe cognitive and language disorders.
The MIGDAS-2 is a sensory-based process for gathering and organizing the qualitative information needed to diagnose autism in children, adolescents, and adults.
The SAED-3 will help special educators, education diagnosticians, school psychologists, and other professionals identify students with emotional disturbance (ED).