Auditory Processing Abilities Test (APAT)
|32205||Auditory Processing Abilities Test Kit (APAT)||$130.00|
|32205S||APAT Summary Sheets, Pk/25||$25.00|
|32205T||APAT Test Booklets, Pk/25||$50.00|
Identifies children who are at-risk, or may be experiencing, Auditory Processing Disorder.
Deborah Ross Swain, EdD / Nancy Long, PhD
- Age Range: 5 through 12 years
- Time: 45 minutes or less
- Restricted Use: Level B
The APAT is a nationally-standardized, norm-reference battery which determines a child’s risk of Auditory Processing Disorder (APD), and identifies specific strengths and weaknesses. It also documents improvement in auditory processing skills, as a result of therapeutic interventions. A valuable assessment for psychologists, speech-language pathologists, learning disabilities specialists and resource specialists.
The APAT includes 10 subtests that quantify a child’s performance in:
- Phonemic Awareness
- Word Sequences
- Semantic Relationships
- Sentence Memory
- Cued Recall
- Content Memory
- Complex Sentences
- Sentence Absurdities
- Following Directions
- Passage Comprehension
The APAT provides Composite Index Score, as well as individual subtest scores. The Global Index reflects overall auditory processing efficiency. A Linguistic Processing Index and Auditory Memory Index are also included. Optional analyses all further examination of Linguistic Processing tasks (yielding indices for discrimination, sequencing and cohesion) and Memory tasks (yielding indices for immediate recall, delayed recall, sequential recall and cued recall).
The APAT Kit includes 25 each of the Test Booklets and Summary Sheets, and a Manual.