Age: Preschool through 12th Grade
Developed by occupational therapists, the EASY-OT is an assessment tool that lives up to its name. Quickly evaluate students, write in-depth reports, and take charge of your occupational therapy caseload. The EASY-OT consists of four different developmental assessment forms made for students from preschool through high school, as well as those who are severe and profound, autistic, physically disabled and low- functioning. Each version looks at the areas of fine-motor, gross-motor, visual perceptual, visual-motor and self-help skills. All the Assessment Forms (except for the Low-Functioning form) contain a chart for recording observations of the students being tested.
1. Pre-Kindergarten through Second Grade includes items
relating to cutting skills (from snipping to cutting complex
shapes), pre-printing skills (from connecting dots to
copying shapes) and printing skills.
2. Third Grade through Eighth Grade includes fewer cutting
items, but has additional items relating to cursive writing.
3. Ninth Grade through Twelfth Grade has items relating to
writing accommodations, but does not include items relating
to the mechanics of writing (letter formation, spacing, etc.).
4. Low-Functioning (for students with developmental or
physical disabilities) contains items relating to head and
trunk control, range of motion and computer skills.
Educational Assessment of School Youth for Occupational Therapists
The EASY-OT Complete Kit includes the following components:
- Test Templates (Set of 18)
- PreK-2nd Grade Assessment Form
- 3rd-8th Grade Assessment Form
- 9th-12th Grade Assessment Form
- Low-Functioning Assessment Form
Work Space: desk height, work materials
Environment: traffic patterns, lighting, noise levels
Additional Assessment Aids and Options:
Performance of Activity: attention, participation,
following directions, interacting with peers
Modifications: verbal cues, physical assistance, and
Screening Form: a timesaving checklist used to determine the need for a complete EASY-OT assessment.
Annual Report Form: a systematic way to document student progress, track continued eligibility for services, and organize considerations for the next IEP
Sensory Processing Skills Addendum: a checklist completed by a parent/therapist evaluating the impact of sensory processing skills on school performance.
Life Skills Addendum: a vocational observation form and life skills checklist that offers a more complete picture of student functioning.
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Four Developmental Assessment Forms include:
Pre-K through Grade Eight Versions Observe:
Katy Tressler, OT / Sharon Kenmotsu, OT
The Four EASY-OT Forms include tables to record results from the most commonly-used standardized tests. Tables are provided for fourteen standardized tests, plus one blank table that can be customized for any other test used. Along with the Assessment forms, 18 Templates are provided to assist the administrator in evaluating the student’s pre-printing, writing, coloring, cutting and visual perceptual skills.
The EASY-OT can be completed manually in the traditional pencil-and-paper method, or by using the Unlimited-Use CD. The Unlimited-Use CD software also provides the ability to print all of the forms, addendums, and templates for paper-and-paper administration. Which ever method you prefer, computer or pencil-and-paper, the EASY-OT lasts a lifetime!
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- Sensory Processing Skills
- Unlimited-Use CD (provides the ability to print all of the forms, addendums, and templates)