VORT's materials are intended for use by/through qualified child development specialists / professionals using the appropriate administration manual. These materials are not sold to parents.
The HELP 3-6 Charts come as a set of 3 unique sheets that display the 585 HELP 3-6 skills as a continuum of six developmental domains (Cognitive, Language, Gross Motor, Fine Motor, Social, and Self-Help). The HELP 3-6 Charts complement the HELP Charts 0-3. Each sheet covers two of the six domains. This user-friendly format makes it easy to chart and track developmental progress, review mastery, and share with parents.
The HELP 3-6 Charts are intended to provide a "visualization" of a child's progress. For actual assessment and planning, use the HELP 3-6 Assessment Strands and HELP 3-6 Assessment Manual for the proper use of HELP 3-6 as a curriculum-based assessment and to ensure accurate crediting of skills and behaviors with fidelity.
The Charts provide a clear picture of a child's development and progress making it easy to show parents and staff; great for involving parents in their child’s plan.
Clear format makes it easy to chart developmental progress—color in the skills on the child’s Charts to show mastery and to target new skills.
As you complete your assessment, you can color in the skills on the child's Charts to show parents and staff the child's current abilities, what progress the child has made, and what target objectives are appropriate.
Facilitates communication and collaboration with parents and involving them in their child's plan.
Parents appreciate seeing their child's developmental profile: both specific needs and skills mastered.
The backside of each chart includes instructions and hints for using the Charts, along with a cross-reference list to the HELP 3-6 Assessment Strands.
The Charts link to other HELP materials—each item on the HELP Charts is linked by ID number directly to all the HELP products.
The Charts provide a complete developmental profile. Parents appreciate seeing a profile that identifies their child’s specific needs and displays the skills that have been mastered.
Reviews/Quotes from Users:
"Wonderful way to show a parent their child's progress..."