During this one-hour webinar, the presenter will describe the changes from the WIAT-III to the WIAT-4; identify subtests and composites new to the WIAT-4; and discuss how professionals can use WIAT-4 results to determine eligibility for specialized services and identify goals for intervention.
Join your fellow colleagues for our first Assessment via Telepractice Office Hours for SLPs.Topics will include practical questions we’re getting as well as updated guidance documentation for various assessments.
The course "Unfolding Origami: Considering Differential Diagnoses for Dyslexia Evaluations" will provide participants with a framework for conducting a thorough evaluation of dyslexia. The focus is given to common characteristics of dyslexia, common co-morbidities, and suggestions for how to unravel the diagnostic puzzle.
This 30-minute presentation that will cover some practical tips to promote literacy in the classroom and home as well as instructional tools and assessments for educators to help identify strengths and needs to support positive literacy outcomes in ALL students.
During this one-hour webinar, the presenter will provide an overview of the DIAL-4. The DIAL-4 is a standardized instrument used to screen large groups of children quickly and efficiently. Data from the DIAL-4 are used to describe the strengths and needs of young children in five areas of development: motor, concepts, language, self-help, and social-emotional.