Assess children's memory abilities
5 to 16 years
RTI Level 3
Two, one for ages 5-8, and one for ages 9-16
National sample of 1,000 normally functioning children. Subtest Scaled Scores and Index Scores representing critical domains of learning, attention and memory.
Now you can compare memory and learning to ability, attention, and achievement. The Children’s Memory Scale™ (CMS) fills the need for a comprehensive learning and memory test for children ages five to 16.
- Plays a vital role in assessing learning disabilities and attention deficit disorders
- Helps to plan remediation and intervention strategies for school and clinical settings
As a screener or diagnostic instrument, CMS measures learning in a variety of memory dimensions:
- Attention and working memory
- Verbal and visual memory
- Short- and long-delay memory
- Recall and recognition
- Learning characteristics.
Links for Valuable Comparisons
- WISC®–IV, WISC®–III, and WPPSI™–R
Serves as a process skills screening instrument
For children with learning disabilities, diagnosed with TBI, ADHD, epilepsy, cancer, brain tumors, or strokes.
Includes extensive interpretive information, strategies for intervention based on a child’s CMS
score and pattern of performance.
- 20 minutes for the six core subtests
- 10 to15 minutes for the long-delayed memory test
- 30-minute break during which you can administer other verbal or nonverbal measures
- Eight index scores
- Minimal item bias
- Fairness to all children
- Extensive clinical validation studies for those special groups
Benefits of CMS on Q-interactive
- Create custom batteries by combining subtests from the CMS with other tests such as the WISC-V.
- Standardize administration and simplify the management of CMS materials so you can focus on what is important – the examinee.
- Automatically score items based on grid placement, to streamline administration
- Obtain scaled scores immediately after finishing a subtest, to increase speed and accuracy.