This listing is only for SFA: School Function Assessment
Qty : 1 Each.
The School Function Assessment measures a student's performance of functional tasks that support participation in the academic and social aspects of an elementary school program (grades K-6). It was designed to facilitate collaborative program planning for students with a variety of physical and cognitive disabilities.
The instrument is a judgement-based (questionnaire) assessment that is completed by school professionals who are familiar with the student's typical performance. Items are written in measurable, behavioral terms that can be used directly in the student's Individual Educational Plan (IEP). Criterion cut-off scores are provided for use in determining eligibility for special services.
The SFA is comprised of three parts:
Part I Participation is used to examine the student's level of participation in six major school activity settings: regular or special education classroom, playground or recess, transportation to and from school, bathroom, transitions to and from class, and mealtimes.
Part II Task Supports is used to examine the supports provided to the student, including assistance (adult help) and adaptations (modifications to the environment or program).
Part III Activity Performance is used to examine performance of specific school-related functional activities such as moving around the classroom, using school materials, and interacting with others.
Complete SFA Kit Includes: User's Manual, 25 Record Forms, and three 8-page Rating Scale Guides. (1998)