Evidence reviewed as of before 20-05-2021
Author(s): Ogourtsova, T. (PhD OT) & Osman, G. (MSc OT student)
Developmental and functional status
We found one longitudinal cohort study study (Duffner et al., 2012) on the telerehabilitation assessments Ages and Stages Questionnaire 2nd edition (ASQ 2); Clinical Linguistic and Auditory Milestone Scale (Capute CLAMS); Gross Motor Quotient (GMQ); Warner Initial Developmental Evaluation of Adaptive and Functional Skills 50 (WIDEA-FS), WeeFIM 5.0; and Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development 3rd edition (Baylee III).
- Equipment used: telephone
- Platform used: N/A
- Telephone-based approach presented good compliance (100%) vs. formal neuropsychology testing.
- All children presented scores in the normal range on the assessments on the developmental and functional assessments, except for expressive language.
- All scores on the Baylee III were in the normal range.
- ASQ 2: Some training required such as digital training with DVDs, or virtual training seminars
- WIDEA-FS: No information found
- Capute CLAMS: For use by pediatricians in general practice by a wide range of pediatric health care providers: pediatric neurologists, child psychiatrists, general pediatricians, family physicians, fellows in neurodevelopmental disabilities, pediatric neurology, or child psychiatry, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, pediatric or family practice residents, and medical students
- GMQ: no information found
- WiiFIM 5.0: Clinicians must complete training and pass an exam in order to assign FIM scores
- Baylee III: Qualification Level B: A master's degree in psychology, education, speech-language pathology, occupational therapy, social work, counseling, or in a field closely related to the intended use of the assessment, and formal training in the ethical administration, scoring, and interpretation of clinical assessments; OR Certification by or full active membership in a professional organization (such as ASHA, AOTA, AERA, ACA, AMA, CEC, AEA, AAA, EAA, NAEYC, NBCC, CVRP) that requires training and experience in the relevant area of assessment; OR a degree or license to practice in the healthcare or allied healthcare field; OR formal, supervised mental health, speech/language, occupational therapy, social work, counseling, and/or educational training specific to assessing children, or in infant and child development, and formal training in the ethical administration, scoring, and interpretation of clinical assessments; OR work for an accredited institution