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 IMPACT Social Communication Rating Scale (ages: 5-21) is an objective measure of social communication based on informal observations of clinicians, teachers, and parents. This tool aids in the clinical determination of a diagnosis/special education eligibility by examining how social communication deficits may affect everyday social interactions and/or academic performance (for educational planning purposes).

The IMPACT Social Communication Rating Scale  evaluates the impact of a child’s social communication on their social interactions, academic life, and home/after school life. 

IMPACT Language Rating Scale (ages: 5-21) is an objective measure of language functioning based on informal observations of clinicians, teachers, and parents. This tool aids in the clinical determination of a diagnosis/special education eligibility by examining how language difficulties may affect everyday social interactions and/or academic performance (for educational planning purposes). 

The IMPACT Language Rating Scale  evaluates the impact of a child’s oral communication and on their social interactions, academic life, and home/after school life. 

The Articulation and Phonology Video Assessment Tool (VAT) is a standardized and norm-referenced articulation and phonology assessment for children and young adults ages 3 through 21 years old. It is video based and composed of short video segments where individuals are asked to name or label items while the clinician listens to, and notes any articulatory or phonological errors. The test is broken down into three versions based on age. A separate video test is used for age groups 3:0-5:11 and 6:0-21 years old. The Articulation and Phonology VAT is an accurate and reliable assessment for speech intelligibility that yields standard scores, percentile ranks, interpretation values, and test-age equivalents. Normative data of this test is based on a nationally representative sample of 1035 children and young adults in the United States.

The IMPACT Articulation and Phonology Rating Scale  evaluates a child’s speech characteristics, as well as the impact of a speech disorder on a child’s social interactions, academic life, and home/after school life. The current rating scale asks parents, teachers, and clinicians to rate the various components of speech sound disorders on a 4-point scale (“never,” “sometimes,” “often,” and “typically”) and yields a percentile and standard score. By utilizing The IMPACT Articulation and Phonology Rating Scale, we are able to develop a better understanding of how a student’s speech sound disorder may impact language development, as well as academic performance, and peer relationships.

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