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OT Product List AOTA 2024

See Our Exhibitor Sponsored Seminar: Thursday March 21st, 3:00pm • Exhibit Hall Using the Structured Observations of Sensory-Motor Integration (SOSI-M) and Comprehensive Observations of Proprioception (COP-R) in Clinical Practice. Presented by SOSI-M authors: Erna Blanche, PhD, OTR/L, Gustavo Reinoso, PhD, OTR/L, Dominique Blanche Kiefer, OTD, OTR/L
The SOSI-M is a new nationally standardized assessment of sensory-based motor skills, based in Ayres Clinical Observations, and developed by well-regarded experts in sensory integration.
The MVPT-4 is the only non-motor visual perceptual assessment that can be used throughout the lifespan.
New! The VSA provides an easy way to screen for common visual skill difficulties that can impact academic performance and participation, including reading and writing tasks by way of five items that assess binocular, ocular-motility, and visual-motor skills.
TIPS assesses how information (either visual or auditory) is processed and retained (in sequence or not) in persons 5 - 90+ years. Delayed recall, semantic fluency, and the effects of interference on recall and learning are also quantified.
The QNST-3R is an individually administered, empirically based assessment of the development of motor coordination and sensory integration.
The TVPS-4 is the latest update of the standard comprehensive assessment of visual analysis and processing skills.<br>
The THS-R provides standardized assessment of children's handwriting ability for both manuscript and cursive styles that can be used with any of the popular handwriting programs.
This revision of the TVMS assesses how well a person can coordinate visually guided fine-motor movements to copy a design while it is in sight.
The Kindergarten Essential Skills Assessment (KESA) is designed to measure the critical skills that predict end-of-year kindergarten success. KESA supports the early identification and intervention for children who are at-risk for kindergarten retention and Special Education referral.
The Jordan Left-Right Reversal Test-3rd Edition helps clinicians identify students who have difficulty with reversals, and what types of reversals are problematic.
The LRS-5 is a research-based tool that lets you and your staff make informed decisions about the sensitive issue of retention. Backed by comprehensive research of the literature regarding grade school retention, it is a useful aid for principals and administrators to help insure that the educational opportunities available during the school year are appropriate and administered with fidelity.