BEERY VMI 6E STARTER SET
Required qualificationsCCET Level 7 and QTS/QTLS or equivalent
or QTS/QTLS or equivalent and Assessment Qualification at Level 7 e.g. CPT3A
or HLTA Status and Assessment Qualification at Level 7 e.g. CPT3A
or QTS/QTLS or equivalent and PGCert /PGDip/MA/MEd/MSc in SEN (including psychological assessment) SpLD APC or equivalent
or QTS/QTLS or equivalent and Professional Body Membership e.g. DA Guild MDG
or BA (Hons) / B.Ed Hons or Bsc subject and Professional Body Membership e.g. DA Guild MDG
or HCPC Registered Practising, Chartered, Clinical, Forensic or Educational Psychologist
or Psychologist, SaLT or OT
Internationally respected and backed by decades of research and clinical use, the Beery VMI, now in its sixth edition, offers a convenient and economical way to screen for visual-motor, neuropsychological, and behavior problems. This new edition also provides updated reports of medical, neuropsychological, international, and other important advances in the use of the Beery VMI in recent years.
The sixth edition of the Beery VMI remains strongly focused upon early childhood education. It includes updated norms for ages 2 years to 18 years, adult norms are also included for age 19 years and above.The child and adult forms have been combined, making it more convenient for those working with clients of different ages. The Short Format and Full Format tests present drawings of geometric forms arranged in order of increasing difficulty that the individual is asked to copy. The Short Format is often used with children ages 2–8 years.
The Beery VMI series also provides supplemental Visual Perception and Motor Coordination tests, which use the same stimulus forms as the Short Format and Full Format tests. These optional assessments are designed to be administered after results from the Short Format or Full Format test show the need for further testing, to help compare an individual's test results with relatively pure visual and motor performances. (One or both of the supplemental tests may be used.) A statistical comparison of results from all three tests can be quickly and easily made on the graphic profile provided in the test booklets.
For ages 2 to 100
Starter Kit includes: manual, 10 full forms, 10 short forms, 10 visual perception forms and 10 motor co-ordination forms