Continue to support your clients anywhere – at a time that suits you both
Sometimes, trying to book a face to face appointment with your client is a challenge. It may be that your client lives remotely, or that they live a busy life and it’s hard for them to physically visit your practice. And right now, it’s more important than ever that you have the option to reach out to your clients without them having to leave their home.
We've partnered with Coviu, a telehealth platform, to help you set up your very own virtual and secure practice so that you can continue to support your clients anywhere, at a time that suits you both, in the comforts of your homes.
To use our CELF-5 A&NZ and WISC-V A&NZ stimulus books on Coviu, you will need to register for a Coviu account
If you already have an account with Coviu, install your add-on below.
What is Coviu?
Coviu is an Australian telehealth platform giving clinicians the opportunity to consult with their clients virtually.
Our assessment add-ons are $20 a month to use, per assessment tool. This will give you unlimited access to our digital stimulus book.
The platform offers many in-call functionalities including:
And most importantly, it’s secure. All calls with your clients, including audio, video and data, is encrypted, and can’t be listened into by anyone except for the participants on the call.
This means that you can continue to maintain the same standard of care as if your client was with you in a physical practice.
Coviu is also APS recommended so you can have the confidence that the platform is secure, and your clients’ information is safe.
Start assessing on Coviu
To get started, you’ll be asked to enter your Pearson Member ID when you purchase your add on.
There are three ways where you can find this:
- You would have received a recent email from us which includes your customer number
- Reach out to us on Live-chat (‘Chat with an expert pop-up box’ ) located on the bottom right-hand side of our website www.pearsonclinical.com.au
- Contact Pearson Clinical Assessments client services. Australia: 1300 4 PEARSON (1300 473 277)
New Zealand: +64 9886 9536
Once you have your customer number, enter this when you purchase your digital stimulus book on Coviu.
Learn more on getting started with Coviu with tutorials on how to make the most of our assessments on the platform.
Getting started on Coviu with WISC-V A&NZ
Pearson + Coviu - Have any questions about the WISC-V A&NZ on Coviu?
Join Pete from Coviu and Valorie our Consultant Psychologist for a live webinar and ask any questions you have.
Getting started on Coviu with CELF-5 A&NZ
Join Angela Kinsella, Pearson Clinical's Consultant Speech Pathologist and Peter Simpson-Young, Coviu Customer Success for an overview of how to use the CELF-5 A&NZ within the Coviu platform.
Have any questions about the CELF-5 A&NZ on Coviu?
Join Pete from Coviu and Angela our Consultant Speech Pathologist for a live webinar and ask any questions you have.
Words from our clinicians
Hear from our customers on how Coviu has changed the way they practice.
Frequently asked questions
Q: How do I find out my customer number?
A: There are three ways where you can find this:
- You would have received a recent email from us which includes your Pearson Member ID.
- Reach out to us on Live-chat (‘Chat with an expert pop-up box’) located on the bottom right-hand side of our website www.pearsonclinical.com.au
- Contact Pearson Clinical Assessments client services and ask for your customer number.
Australia: 1300 4 PEARSON (1300 473 277)
New Zealand: +64 9886 9536
Q: How much is it to use the COVIU platform?
A: There are three different subscription tiers that you can choose from. We recommend that you speak to Coviu directly to discuss which subscription suits you and your practice best. View Coviu’s subscription plans
Q: How much does it cost to get the Pearson digital stimulus books on COVIU?
A: The CELF-5 A&NZ and WISC-V A&NZ add on will cost $20 per assessment tool.
Q: Is there a difference between the original paper stimulus books and the digital stimulus books available on Coviu?
A: No, the stimulus books available on Coviu include all the same subtests as the paper stimulus books.
Q: Has there been any research conducted using the WISC-V A&NZ and CELF-5 A&NZ on Coviu?
A: Recent research conducted on telehealth concluded that test scores when picture stimuli are displayed to the examinee in a printed manual was equivalent to a digital display on a computer screen (in-person administration). Read the research on telehealth.
There’s also been studies conducted on the use of CELF on telehealth. The findings support the use of telehealth in the language assessment of school-aged children using a computer with a web-enabled browser. Read the research on CELF-4 A&NZ
A pilot study conducted to determine the feasibility of telehealth to assess cognitive function in children with learning difficulties found that telehealth may be an alternative to face-to-face cognitive assessment. Read the research on WISC-V A&NZ
Q: Do I still need to buy record forms and response booklets if I am using the WISC-V A&NZ on Coviu?
A: Yes, you must use an original WISC-V A&NZ Record Form for every assessment undertaken via Coviu. If you have a trained facilitator and are therefore administering subtests that require a Response Booklet during the assessment you must also use original WISC-V A&NZ Response Booklets.
Q: Do I still need to buy record forms and response booklets if I am using the CELF-5 A&NZ on Coviu?
A: Yes, you must use an original CELF-5 A&NZ paper record form for every assessment undertaken via Coviu. You'll also need the following materials to be able to administer and score the CELF-5 A&NZ via Coviu: Examiner’s Manual (either hard copy or via Q-global), Verbal Stimuli, Digital Examiner’s Manual or Examiner's Manual. To learn more: CELF-5 A&NZ
Q. Can I administer the whole assessment on Coviu?
A. The scope of the assessment will depend on the presence of a trained facilitator. Before you start assessing, we recommend that you read our WISC-V A&NZ Telehealth guidelines and CELF-5 Telehealth guidelines.
Q: Who do I contact if I have any issues with the platform?
A: If you are experiencing any technical issues within the platform, we recommend that you reach out to Coviu directly to resolve. You can find more FAQs on their website along with their contact details. Contact Coviu
For further information, support and help please contact us.