These forms are used with The Carolina Curriculum for Infants and Toddlers with Special Needs (CCITSN), one of the two volumes of the The Carolina Curriculum.
These forms include
Assessment Log. This form helps professionals collect data about a child's performance on hundreds of discrete skills within the developmental sequences of the curriculum, leaving space to conduct a full assessment on four separate dates to monitor progress.
Developmental Progress Charts. These forms help professionals summarize what they learned from the Assessment Log. Every item on the Assessment Log is represented by a blank on the Developmental Progress Chart that professionals fill in completely, partially, or not at all, depending on the level of skill the child displays. Professionals can complete the charts on four separate dates to track the child's progress through the developmental sequences.
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These forms are part of The Carolina Curriculum, a bestselling assessment and intervention program designed for children birth to five with mild to severe disabilities. With this easy-to-use, criterion-referenced system, professionals who work with infants, toddlers, and preschoolers will closely link assessment with intervention and work effectively with the child's teachers, family members, and other service providers.
About the Authors:
Nancy M. Johnson-Martin, Ph.D., has been a consultant for assessment and early intervention following her retirement fromm the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she held positions in the Division for Disorders of Development and Learning and in the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Center (now called the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute).
Susan M. Attermeier, Ph.D., PT, is a pediatric physical therapist in private practice in Hillsborough, North Carolina. She was previously Assistant Professor in the Division of Physical Therapy at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Bonnie J. Hacker, M.H.S., OTR/L, is an occupational therapist with more than 25 years of experience working with children. She holds certifications in Neurodervelopmental Therapy, Southern California Sensory Integration Tests, and Sensory Integration and Parxis Tests. She is currently the director of Emerge-A Child's Place, a pediatric clinic in Durham and Chapel Hill, North Carolina, that provides children with occupational and speech therapy services.