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Wednesday, 8 April 2015

Repeating Peabody Developmental Motor Scale

I asked "how often can the Peabody Developmental Motor Scales be repeated with
one child?" and got this answer:


Thank you for contacting PRO-ED with your inquiry. We don't really regulate
how long you should wait between administrations,
as there may be a wide variety of reasons for needing to give it sooner than
you typically would. If you are trying to measure
progress in skills, though, I would wait 6 months to a year. That allows
enough time to elapse for remediation and interventions
to have some positive effect. Any sooner, the scores may tend to look flat
or even show some regression. There is not a definitive time frame that you should wait between administrations, though.

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