Nancy Bayley, PhDOverview:
An Assessment to Identify Developmental Delay of Motor FunctionAge Range:
1–42 months oldAdministration:
1–3 months: 10 minutes; 4–8 months: 15minutes; 9–42 months: 20 minutesScoring Option:
Scales scores, composite scores, percentile ranks, age equivalents, and growth scoresPublication Date:
One kit helps you to identify developmental delay and plan intervention. The Bayley-III Motor Scale offers everything you need to assess motor development in one convenient package.
Use the Bayley-III Motor Scale to identify young children with developmental delay of motor function and guide intervention planning.
Content & Administration
The Fine Motor Subtest Assesses fine motor skills associated with prehension, perceptual-motor integration, motor planning, and motor speed. Visual tracking, reaching, object manipulation, and grasping are also measured.
The Gross Motor Subtest assesses the movement of the limbs and torso. Items assess static positioning; dynamic movement, including locomotion and coordination; balance; and motor planning.