First video-based assessment of pragmatics, providing comprehensive information on pragmatic language skills and social language development of children and young adults.
The norm-referenced measure is sensitive to pragmatic deficits exhibited by students with high-functioning autism, language delays, and social (pragmatic) communication disorders.
The ability to recognize and manipulate the individual sound structures of a whole word without any reliance on print.
The understanding of the elements of print, including alphabet knowledge and concepts about print (for example, reading starts at the top left of a page).
Provides a well-standardized measure of articulation and phonology to help clinicians identify individuals in need of speech sound services.
A quick and reliable assessment of articulation and phonology that measures speech intelligibility, articulatory impairment, and phonological impairment.
Measure four language processes—separately and in relation to one another—for the most complete, accurate, and useful picture of language skills.
Assess language-based learning disabilities with a complete picture of reading and writing skills (RC/WE Scales) and oral language skills (LC/OE Scales).
Measure the oral language processing skills of comprehension and expression across four categories: Lexical/Semantic, Syntactic, Supralinguistic, and Pragmatic.
Assess the comprehension of spoken language in a natural context, a skill that is fundamental to classroom learning.
The OPUS allows you to evaluate a person’s ability to integrate and apply many of the skills measured by the CASL-2.