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Assessment Report Special Education

Assessment Report

Personal Data

Child’s Name:

Arham

Date of Birth:

Sex:

Male

Father’s Name:

Aamir

Mother’s Name:

Present Address:

Examining Psychologist:

Date of Assessment:

14-09-20XX to 26-09-20XX

Phone No:

Reason for Referral

Arham was referred for comprehensive psycho-social and educational evaluation to determine his exact level of functioning and for advice on management.

Presenting Complaints

According to mother his problem areas are

  • Poor concentration
  • Short attention span
  • Lack of interest in studies
  • Poor retention
  • Aggressive
  • Stubbornness
  • Speech Problem
  • Careless

Family History

Arham is the last born child among two siblings. His father Mr. Aamir Qureshi is 45 years old working as a government employee in Lahore. His mother Mrs. Rukhsana is 35 years old, housewife. She is reported to be friendly and cooperative by temperament. She has loving and overprotective attitude towards the child. According to mother child has friendly attitude towards other family members. His elder brother is 12 years old, studying in British Grammar School Lahore. Spoken languages at home is Urdu. They are living in joint family setup. The home environment is reported to be friendly and supportive.

Birth/Medical History:

Arham was born to his non-consanguineous parents at full term C-section due to fetal distress in Sheikh Zahid Hospital, Lahore. His first cry was immediate and color was pink. His weight was about 2.2 kg. He admitted in nursery for 1 day because of low birth weight. He has the history of high grade fever at the age of 9 months and 14 months. He was diagnosed pneumonia at that time.

Developmental History

Regarding his early milestones, his mother reported that

Social Smile

3 months 

Head control

8-9 months

Sitting

1 year

Crawling

Not reported

Standing

2 years 6 months

Walking

3 years   

Speech (one word)

3 years   

Control of bladder

1 years 5 months

Educational History:

According to mother, he started his schooling at the age of 4 years 6 months in British Grammar School, Lahore. He has successfully passed Play group but he had speech delay. When he was 6 years old, he shifted to TBAAC School system in Nursery class. He did not show marked progress. He did KG 1 from TBBAC School System. He passed the classes but with low grades. Currently he is in KG 2 but his academic level is not age appropriate. He showed aggressive, stubborn and hitting behavior towards classmates reported by school teacher.   

Observation

During assessment, it was observed that he is shy and timid boy. He feels difficulty in answering some questions of which he had no exposure. The psychologist had to repeat instructions for him. It seemed that he avoided tasks, which involve mental processing and concentration. It requires psychologist to be tactful and crafty to keep him stick to one task.

Tests and Procedures Used

  • Vineland Adaptive Behavior Rating Scale (VABS)
  • Slosson Intelligence Scale (SIT)
  • Standard Progressive Matrices (RSPM)

Vineland Adaptive Behavior Rating Scale:

The Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scale is an individually administered measure of adaptive behavior in four broad domains of communication, daily living skills, socialization and motor skills.

Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis

Subdomain

/Domain

Raw Score

V-scale score

Domain Standard Score

90 % Confidence Interval

Percentile Rank

Adaptive Level

Receptive

31

11

67

9-13

1

Moderately Low

Expressive

76

9

7-11

Low

Written

13

7

5-9

Low

Communication

                    27

60-74

Low

Personal

59

10

74

8-12

4

Moderately Low

Domestic

27

15

13-17

Adequate

Community

13

7

5-9

Low

Daily living

skills

                   32

66-82

Low

Interpersonal relationships

51

10

68

3-7

2

Moderately Low

Play and leisure time

28

8

1-7

Low

Coping skills

13

9

3-7

Low

Socialization

                   27

61-76

Low

Adaptive Behavior Composite

Sum of Domain standard score=209

69

65-73

2

Low

Arham’s Adaptive Behavior Composite standard score of 69 summarizes his overall level of adaptive functioning. The 90 percent confidence interval shows that the chances are good (90 percent) that Arham’s Adaptive Behavior Composite is within the range of 65-73. His Adaptive Behavior Composite classifies his general adaptive functioning as Low, he scores higher than 10 percent of other 9 years 2 months olds.

His scores in communication, daily living skills and socialization domains of adaptive functioning are classified as at low level when compared with the other children of the same age.

His subdomain v-scale scores in the communication domain are at the low (expressive and written) adaptive levels, with age equivalents of 3:6 and 5:1. While his sub domain v-scale score in communication domain is moderately (receptive) adaptive level, with age equivalent of 3:11.

His subdomain v-scale scores in the daily living skills domain is at moderately low (personal) adaptive level, with age equivalents of 4:10. His subdomain v-scale scores in the daily living skills domain is at adequate (domestic) adaptive level, with age equivalents of 9:4 while his subdomain v-scale scores in the daily living skills domain is at low (community) adaptive level, with age equivalents of 3:5.

His subdomain v-scale scores in the socialization domain are at the low (coping skills and play & leisure time) adaptive levels with age equivalents of 0:11 and 2:11. His subdomain v-scale scores in the socialization domain is at the moderately low (interpersonal relationship) adaptive levels with age equivalents of 4:7.

Arham’s domain standard scores reveal no personal strength and weakness in areas of adaptive functioning, because all domain scores are within 10 points of each other.

Slosson Intelligence Test:

This is an individually administered test, designed to evaluate the mental age and intelligence. Arham obtained a score of 57 on Slosson test with an IQ range of 50-63 with mental age of 5 years 3 months. This IQ places his functioning level probably in the moderate category of intellectual functioning.

Raven Standard Progressive Matrices:

Arham’s Standard Progressive Matrices is designed to provide a reliable estimate of child’s capacity for observation and clear thinking. It covers whole range of intellectual development and total score provide an index of a child’s intellectual ability. Arham obtained below 5th percentile rank on Raven’s Standard Progressive Matrices. The result indicates that his intellectual functioning falls in intellectual impairment.

Quantitative Analysis

Time taken

13 minutes

Raw Score

13

Percentile

Below 5th

Grade

V

Category

Intellectually impaired

Conclusion:

Based on overall assessment and behavioral observation, it is concluded that his mental age is 5 years 3 months, which is behind his chronological age. i.e. 9 years 2 months.

Assessment report on Motor skills

Arham Amir is a mobile independent boy with some learning, speech and behavioral issues. According to mother he had grown up with delayed milestones.

Physical Examination:

Upper Limbs:

Range of Motion         Normal

Muscle Tone                Normal

Reflexes (DTR)            not elicited

Muscle Strength          4

Lower Limbs:

Range of Motion         Normal

Muscle Tone                Normal

Reflexes (DTR)            elicited

Muscle Strength          4

Deformities:

Head circumference     52.5 cm

Posture       Normal

Gait            Normal

Arham was showing no hesitation while taking swing, jumping on trampoline, down stairs.

Fine and Gross motor Skills

Arham did well with fine motor and gross motor activities, especially activities like jumping, running and walking on large beam that involved integration of both sides of the body. But has muddled hand writing.

Sensory processing:

During interview with mother and observations it was interpreted that Arham has no sensory issues.

Assessment Report on Speech and Language Therapist:

Arham’s motor milestones and his speech and language milestones are delayed. Currently he has unclear speech and has difficulty pronouncing most sounds. He also has difficulty producing words of 4 or more syllables and clusters such as  ‘fork is tork’  ‘grass is drass’. ‘shoes is toes’, ‘mirror is mira’, etc. His phonological errors consist of substitution, omissions and consonant sequence reduction. He also needed repetition of instructions and verbal and physical prompts to keep him focused on activities.   

Oral Motor Mechanism

Arham’s oral motor movement was intact. He was able to protrude, elevate and lateralize his tongue. He was able to pucker his lips but had weak intra- oral pressure.

Receptive Language Skills:

Receptive language refers to the understanding of language. It involves the ability to listen, understand and carry out the instructions and commands as well as the ability to follow the general thread of conversation.

Assessment using the vocabulary cards where Arham was required to point to different vocabulary cards in response to a given word showed good receptive vocabulary. He was able to recognize objects names, everyday verbs and identify objects by their function e.g ‘which one do we sweep the floor with’(broom) ‘which one do we write with’(pencil) etc. Arham was able to understand some early concepts like up, down, in, out, wet, day, night, hot, cold etc but had difficulty with more complex concepts e.g ‘rough . smooth and concept of time’.  He was able to point to different body parts, clothes and colors. He showed inconsistency in his ability to recognize alphabets and shapes but showed good semantic skills in his understanding of meaning relationships within language.

Expressive Language Skills:

Expressive language refers to the ability to use language to interact with a variety of grammatically correct sentences and using language to convey meaning clearly. It also involves selecting vocabulary appropriately.     

To assess his expressive language by using the line drawings of objects and vocabulary cards, where Arham was required to name objects, fruits, vegetables and animals. He showed good vocabulary of fruits ,vegetables and animals. He was able to describe the function of the noun but with prompts and cues, e.g  “what do we do with a shirt?, (wear it). “what do we do with a wallet? (put money in it).

Further assessment using action picture cards where Arham was required to describe and answer questions about pictures eliciting specific grammatical forms, showed limitation in his use of verbs and conjunctions.  Although Arham is now able to create sentences up to 8 to 12 words in length, it is more difficult for him when he is required to be precise in his use of language and his phrases in response to key questions tended to be five to seven words in length.  Picture Stimulus “ A boy is ridding a bicycle in the middle of road and a car is coming from behind him” Arham’s  Response, “ getting outside, he is ridding bicycle. Boy, hand(                                      )                                                                                         ”. Picture Stimulus “ A boy was getting down from the school bus and fell down and started crying.” , Arham’s Response “ he has mood” (                                ) . Picture Stimulus “ A boy and girl are eating breakfast and boy is cutting an apple “.Arham’s Response “ drinking juice, looking ” (                                                     ). Picture Stimulus “ A  boy is hanging from a branch  and poking at a bird’s nest with a stick while the birds are glaring at him.” Arham’s Response “ teeth, he climbed up,  going to hit bird, ” (                                    ).               

Arham’s expressive language showed limitation in his use of verbs, conjunctions e.g ‘and’, ‘so’, ‘because’ as well as some articulation errors. His phonological errors consist of substitution omissions and consonant sequence reduction, he either deleted the sounds or replaced them e.g ( ‘spoon is soon’, ‘swimming is thimming, ‘bed is bet’ etc.  He also showed difficulty in his naming skills and used a more generalized word e.g ‘metro for bus’, ‘pot for  flowers etc’.

Arham was asked to describe different process and give explanations e.g ( How do you plant a tree ?)  Arham had difficulty giving explanations in a sequential order and had to be given verbal prompts and cues to tell it in few sentences.

To assess Arham’s ability to communicate events accurately and in sequential order, he was told a story of thirsty crow and was asked to retell it.  He had difficulty retelling the story and was given verbal prompts and cues but was only able to answer few questions about the story. Arham is able to use appropriate vocabulary and grammar for sentence construction but has difficulty in his ability to communicate events accurately and in sequential order.

Arham shows significant weaknesses in his expressive language skills in the length of sentence structures that he can produce on consistent basis and this will affect his ability to convey meaning clearly and may lead to frustration at times.

Recommendations:

Recommendations of Psychologist:

Based on Arham’s overall assessment, he is being recommended for Individualized Educational Program in same school setup. It will help him to learn age appropriate concepts and skills which play a very important role in his education.

  • Individual sessions should be conducted to improve his learning.
  • Instructions should be given in short steps.
  • He should be involved in group activities and music sessions, no longer than three-five minutes, and extend the activity duration over time.
  • It is essential that his environment should be structured and systematic, thereby promoting a sense of predictability of the task and enabling him to handle transitions and changes in routines more easily.
  • Strong reinforcement should be used to encourage his good performance
  • Remove distractions that may keep him from attending.
  • Parents are advised to make him independent in fulfillment of his daily needs.
  • Parental guidance is also required to educate them to understand his progress.
  • Intensive behavior modification program is required to improve his desired behavior with focusing at attention span, stubbornness.
  • He should be involved in art, sports and computer skills.
  • Emphasis should be on functional academics and daily living skills.

Many children with intellectual disabilities need help with adaptive skills, which are skills needed to live, work, and play in the community. Teachers and parents can help a child work on these skills at both school and home. Some of these skills include:

  • communicating with others;
  • taking care of personal needs (dressing, bathing, going to the bathroom);
  • health and safety;
  • home living (helping to set the table, cleaning the house, or cooking dinner);
  • social skills (manners, knowing the rules of conversation, getting along in a group, playing a game);

Recommendations of Physiotherapist and Occupational therapist:

Physiotherapy is not required.

Occupational therapy plan is suggested to improve his hand writing skills

  • Improves handwriting by using practice notebook and writing patterns
  • Give him some extra time to write down his assignment.
  • Hand writing practice with homemade cards
  • Give frequent breaks if your child tires easily or becomes distracted.

Recommendations of Speech and Language Therapist:

Arham needs a learning structure which can provide a consistent approach for the development of his language and communication. This should involve an integrated program devised following advice by a speech and language therapist, occupational therapist and a specialist teacher.

  • Build Arham’s ability to sustain his attention in tasks with a focus on his listening skills and ability to sustain his attention with the help of different activities e.g puzzles, coloring a picture, games like luddo, etc
  • Achieve clarity in speech with the help of speech and language therapy using ‘ The Cycles Approach’.
  • Phonemes should be addressed one by one until the target sound is achieved.
  • Auditory, visual and tactile cues should be used to achieve the target sounds.
  • Use rhyming words like sail/bail/tail (                                         ) etc and incorporate consonant cluster words using stress patterns to achieve clarity in speech.
  • Build receptive and expressive vocabulary with the help of action picture cards and story books. Binary Choices along with toys and puzzles can be used.
  • Building his expressive vocabulary by introducing various tasks and asking him questions like “what is this?”, verbal cues or prompts should be given along with immediate feedback.
  • Introduce naming activities that will help him match sounds with the written letter.
  • Develop reading skills with the help of phonics.
  • Develop Arham’s use of language to narrate complex episodes with the help of story books and storytelling.
  • Develop Arham’s use of language for different purposes in functional communication such as questioning, commenting, simple reasoning and supported social communication.

_________________________                                          _________________________

Head of Assessment Department                        Head of Speech & Language Therapist

________________________                                        ______________________

Senior Sensory Therapist                                                Senior Physiotherapist

_________________________                              _____________________________

Additional Director                                                         Director 

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A great inauguration ceremony of internship program 2016 was held at AH Foundation on 1st July 2016 in the main seminar hall of RSI.The chief guest of the ceremony was Syed Rehan Gillani,Chief Executive Gardian International accompanied with Mr and Mrs Samin Mir.President of RSE & WS Dr. Abdul Tawab Khan,Vice President Mehmood Ahmad,Finance Secretary Col(r) Saleem Raza Khan were also present in the ceremony.The audience comprised of 145 volunteers from various Institutions such as Aitchison College,LUMS, Beaconhouse,City School,Lahore ALMA,LACAS,SICAS,LGS, DPS,College of Home Economics, Kinaird College who participated in the Internship Program.

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Bio data:

Child’s Name:                 ____________

Date of Birth:                   ____________

Sex:                                   ___________

Father’s Name:                __________

Mother’s Name:              ___________

Date of Admission:         __________

Current Performance

Mathematics

She can recognize numbers from 1-100.

She can tell spellings of numbers from 1-10.

She can do addition and subtraction of two digits.

She can tell, shorter, longer, bigger, thicker, thinner, lightest, heaviest, nearest, and fastest.

She has the concept of before, after, and between.

She has the concept of time.

English

She can match letter to letter from a-z.

She can recognize alphabets from a-z.

She can tell about action pictures like sleeping, jumping, cycling, crying etc.

She can sight read her name.

She can sight read 26 printed words.

She can recognize basic shapes i.e. circle, square, triangle.

She can complete the words by telling the missing letter.

She can use “this” and “these” in sentences.

She has the concept of ‘behind’.

She can make sentences by matching parts of sentences.

She can match words and sentences with pictures.

Urdu

She can match letter to letter from   ا- م

She can recognize Urdu letters from     خ – ا

She can sight read 12 printed words.

 Goals from PGEE

She has achieved all the goals of PGEE.

Teacher’s Remarks

According to her teacher, she was friendly and cooperative with teachers and class fellows. She performs her task with concentration. She takes interest in her studies. She responds to questions by blinking her eyes and by moving her head.

Assessment of Motor Skills

She is a case of Severe Quadratic Spastic CP, along with, presenting complaints of:

  • Both upper limbs:
    • Flexion at both elbows along with lateral rotation and abduction at both shoulders
    • Muscles of upper limbs are stiffed
    • Poor mid line orientation and poor hand use
  • Both lower limbs:
    • Flexion contractions at both knee
    • Tightness of bilateral Tendon achilis,hamstrings ,hip abductors, and restriction of hip flexion at end ranges.

She can only roll and can maintain her neck in extension in prone lying. At physiotherapy department of AH Foundation following plan was followed:

  • Stretching of bilateral
    • Tendo achilis
    • Hamstrings
    • Hip adductors
    • Hip flexors
  • Rolling
  • Neck extension in prone lying/(prone lying on wedge and neck extension with weight bearing on both shoulders
  • Side sitting and cross sitting training on floor
  • Quadruped position on roll
  • Stride sitting on roll
  • Kneel standing along with bars

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