This webinar reviews the history of concerns about cognitive test bias and fairness that emerged in the 1960s and how the field of test development has responded and evolved to address these concerns in contemporary cognitive tests.
It’s fourth quarter: Do you know how your students are performing? Get real-time information on what your students have learned based on your curriculum.
In Part 2 of this webinar series, Dr. Delis will provide guidelines for making clinical interpretations of the findings of the D-REF Adult. Dr. Delis will also discuss the use of an optional feature of the D-REF Adult Score Report that provides a list of specific recommendations for interventions for EF problems targeted to each examinee’s profile of EF strengths and weaknesses. A case example will be provided to illustrate the different interpretive guidelines.
This webinar will describe a best-practices approach that takes cultural and linguistic factors into account when assessing ELL students. This approach produces valid assessment results to determine eligibility for direct specialized instruction, identify cognitive and academic strengths and needs, and assist in reducing the misidentification of ELLs for Exceptional Student Education (ESE) programs.
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This workshop will present an overview of the contexts of older adult assessment, various areas important to assess when working with older adults, and assessment techniques and the use of standardized assessment instruments.been canceled. We are experiencing bad weather which has caused power outages for our presenter.
This one-hour webinar will provide an overview of the evidence supporting teleNP and models for teleNP practice in the context of current events. Methods, procedures, and “tips” for how we begin to return to “normal” neuropsychological practice will be discussed. Bring your questions as there will be time for Q&A.
This webinar will discuss the use of RehaCom and Cogmed to overcome your patients’ identified cognitive deficits.
The number of people living with cognitive impairment has increased alongside the rapidly aging population in the US. Additionally, since the onset of COVID-19, there has been emerging evidence that some recovering from this illness are experiencing residual cognitive impairment.
This one-hour webinar will define cognitive impairment and several related terms and discuss the importance and process of screening for cognitive impairment.
This webinar will provide a general overview of what cognitive rehabilitation is, who the participants are, where it takes place, and who the providers are. In addition, we will discuss some of the types of cognitive strategies, including computer training, utilized in cognitive rehabilitation.
Dr. Grossman will provide an aspirational collaborative framework for using information from the MCMI-IV & MACI-II to help clients gain a more equitable sense of self in uncertain times, help identify & re-establish a sense of normalcy, and seek to promote resilience and avert mental health crises.