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Join us to learn about the Pediatric Evaluation of Disability Inventory Computer Adaptive Test (PEDI-CAT) coming to Q-global.  

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Presenter(s): Shelley Hughes and Chuck Eberle

Get key information on how Q-global can help you spend more time working with your clients. See live demos of some of our most popular OT tests on Q-global including Bayley-4, PEDI-CAT, Sensory Profile™ 2, BOT™-2, and BMAT.  

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Presenter(s): Chris Huzinec and Shelley Hughes

Join us to learn about the Pediatric Evaluation of Disability Inventory Computer Adaptive Test (PEDI-CAT) coming to Q-global.  

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Presenter(s): Shelley Hughes and Tina Eichstadt

Assessment choice considerations vary across the continuum of care for the diagnostic categories of TBI, dementia, and stroke. Shelley Hughes, OT/Sr. Product Manager and Tina Eichstadt, SLP/Sr. Product Manager will discuss the key factors influencing assessment choice at the different stages of recovery.

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Presenter(s): Chuck Eberle

NEW! If your district reports less than 400 IEPs this session is for you! The Digital Assessment Library is now available for smaller school districts. This digital library is a site license for unlimited use of over 30 of our leading assessments--all for a simple, annual cost.

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Presenter(s): Chuck Eberle, Shelley Hughes

This web recording focuses on better understanding Q-global, our web-based system for test administration, scoring and reporting. The hosts go into detail on the benefits of going digital - including time and cost savings. Additionally, we discuss key OT tests available on Q-global including Bayley-4, PEDI-CAT, Sensory Profile 2, BOT-2, and BMAT.

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This webinar provides an overview of the Bayley-4 Screening Test and information about the fourth edition updates. It also provides basic interpretation, and differences between the Screening Test and the full Bayley-4 assessment.

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Increasingly, interprofessional practice (IPP) between SLPs and OTs in rehabilitation settings requires greater collaboration and discussion of tool choices and decision-making points in time. A model of work from screening and diagnostic assessment to intervention and progress monitoring will be described in this session.  

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