The Movement ABC-2 is one of the most frequently used tests of motor impairment in the world. It identifies, describes, and guides treatment of motor impairment for ages 3 to 16 years, 11 months.
We use the Movement ABC-2 to:
- Identify children who are significantly behind their peers in motor development
- Assist in planning an intervention program in either a school or clinical setting
- Measure change as a result of intervention
- Serve as a measurement instrument in research involving motor development
The Movement ABC-2 features in over 500 research studies internationally, and has been translated and standardised in several countries.
(Hammersmith Infant Neurological Examination) It is a clinical neurological examination that can be used to assess infants from 2-24 months of age.
(Manual Ability Classification System) For Cerebral Palsy upper limb manual functionality grading.
(Test for Infant Motor Performance) The TIMP can be used to assess infants between the ages of 34 weeks postconceptional age and 4 months post-term.
(Harris Infant Neuromotor Test) The HINT is a neuromotor screening test that can be used with low-risk (typically developing) or high-risk infants ranging in age from 2.5 to 12.5 months.