SCAN-3C: Test for Auditory Processing Disorders in Children

Accurately assess an auditory processing disorder in children 5 to 12 years old

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  • SCAN-3 for Children Complete Kit
    0158910206 Qualification Level B

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    Manual
    Record Forms (Pack of 25)
    CD

    AUD 630.74

  • SCAN-3 C Record Forms
    0158910230 Qualification Level B

    Pack of 25

    AUD 154.44

Overview

Publication date:
2009
Completion time:
30 - 45 minutes
Administration:
Individual
Age range:
5 to 12 years 11 months
Qualification level:
B

Product Details

SCAN-3 C provides you with a valid and reliable test battery to help identify auditory processing disorders and describe their impact in daily life. Screen and diagnose auditory processing difficulties with one co-normed battery of tests.

Users & Applications

  • Obtain information to help you differentiate an auditory processing disorder from auditory attention problems and auditory comprehension difficulties
  • Develop strategies to assist the child in managing auditory processing difficulties

Content & Administration

The SCAN-3 test battery includes:

Screening Tests
– Gap Detection: Indicates presence of a temporal processing problem which may influence the ability to comprehend running speech
– Auditory Figure Ground (+8dB): Tests ability to listen with background noise
– Competing Words (Free Recall): Dichotic listening task (poor performance may indicate lack of maturation or abnormality of the auditory nervous system)

Diagnostic Tests
– Filtered Words: Indicates ability to process speech when the signal is distorted or compromised by a poor acoustic environment
– Competing Words (Directed Ear): Dichotic listening task indicates a child’s auditory maturation or developmental level
– Competing Sentences: Provides information about the maturation of the auditory nervous system

Supplementary Tests
– Auditory Figure Ground (+0 dB and +12 dB)
– Time Compressed Sentences
Ear advantage scores are provided for all tests except Gap Detection

Psychometric Information

Updated norms and continuous normative scores are provided across SCAN-3 Child and Adolescent/Adult editions so that you can continue to monitor progress as the child ages out of the SCAN-3:C for children.