BASC-2 ASSIST Starter Set, English/Spanish Manual, ASSIST software (for computer scoring) , one pkg. (25) of each English and Spanish computer-entry form of TRS (Teacher Rating Scale) , PRS (Parents Rating Scale) , SRP (Self- Report of Personality) and SDH (Structured Developmental History – for parents) , SOS (Student Behavior System – to find out behavior patterns) and Parent Feedback Reports : $650.00
Behaviors are scored as: N ever , O ften , S ometimes , and A lmost always. These responses correspond to 0, 1, 2, and 3 quantitative scores. Adding the points for a particular scale yields a raw score, which can then be converted to a normative score (t-score, and the percentile rank) .
T score(s) are converted using the table found on the Feedback Report (see example on the next slide).
Indicates problematic levels of depression; child may display or complain of:
Indicates typical levels of depression displayed by the average child of this age 59
Indicates problematic levels of anxiety, child may display
Indicates typical levels of anxiety displayed by the average child of this age 52 CLINICAL SCALES HIGH (Score: 60 or Higher) score LOW/AVERAGE (Score: 20-59) score
Completing the summary chart (example continued)
Using the same T scores as in the summary table , plot the T score(s) obtained for each scale on the appropriate point(s) of the chart found on the Feedback Report (see chart below).
Repeat this process for each of the scale scores. When you encounter a scale that does not appear on the form you are using, simply do not record a value for that scale.
If you are plotting multiple ratings (e.g., ratings from two teachers), it may be helpful to use different I nk colors to show the different ratings. You may also use this process to plot scores from more than one norm group (e.g. General/Clinical) .
Shaded areas indicate possible problem areas.
Diagnostic, programming, and evaluation benefits
Provides an extensive view of adaptive and maladaptive behavior across settings .
Norm s based on current U.S. Census population characteristics