I am gearing up for ds1's next ARC meeting where we will start to compose his IEP. At our last ARC meeting the school said that because his psychological report said he was "most likely" Aspie and he didn't fit the standard of autism according to their checklist he would be considered developmentally delayed. An array of evaluations were ordered and I received occupational and speech evaluation results to review prior to the ARC meeting on Monday. In the Occupational Therapy Evaluation. The OT evaluation is lists that he was given the Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency. It lists 3 Fine Motor subtests that were given and scores and a Fine Motor Composite rank. The evaluation does not explain the scores scales for the subtests. For example, it says the response speed is 1. It does not say 1 of whatever. I'm wondering if anyone has experience with this test and could share how to decipher it with me.
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11/14/07 at 6:01pm