The Functional Communication Profile - Revised (FCP-R) is a language development evaluation system designed for use for assessment of individuals with cognitive or communication disabilities or autism. This descriptive assessment tool can be used to evaluate communication skills in individuals with developmental and acquired delays, from pre-kindergarten children through adults, in any setting, regardless of form of communication (sign, non-verbal, or augmentative). There is no scoring system, but the profile provides an overall inventory of skills and a thorough picture of the individual’s communicative abilities, allowing for variables in client ability, severity of impairment, mode of communication, and degree of independence versus assistance or prompting. Areas of evaluation include sensory/motor/ behavior; attentiveness; receptive language; expresive language; pragmatic/social language; speech; voice; oral behavior; fluency; and non-oral communication. The test comes with a manual and 15 forms.
OPTIONS: Pack of 15 forms; reporting software.