Functional Communication Profile – Revised (2003)

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Functional Communication Profile – Revised (2003)

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The FCP-R is a sensible and organized method of evaluating communication skills in individuals across age ranges with developmental and acquired delays. It is a comprehensive guide in which you assess and rate your clients on eleven major skill categories of communication and related aspects. In addition to the full spectrum of communication disorders, the FCP-R is especially relevant for clients diagnosed with autism or PDD. The Functional Communication Profile-Revised provides for evaluation in these eleven areas: Sensory, Attentiveness, Receptive Language, Expressive Language, Pragmatic/Social, Speech, Voice, Oral, Fluency, Non-oral communication. Details and suggestions on how to gather information are included in the manual. There is no scoring system, but the profile allows for variables in client ability, severity of impairment, mode of communication, degree of independence vs. assistance or prompting, and overall inventory of skills. The summary portion on the profile synthesizes client strengths and weaknesses, recommendations and strategies, and integration of objectives to help you prepare a complete, comprehensive report suitable for fulfillment of mandated Title 22 and educational federal or local reporting requirements. 3+ years Descriptive Kleiman Super Duper

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The FCP-R is a sensible and organized method of evaluating communication skills in individuals across age ranges with developmental and acquired delays. It is a comprehensive guide in which you assess and rate your clients on eleven major skill categories of communication and related aspects. In addition to the full spectrum of communication disorders, the FCP-R is especially relevant for clients diagnosed with autism or PDD. The Functional Communication Profile-Revised provides for evaluation in these eleven areas: Sensory, Attentiveness, Receptive Language, Expressive Language, Pragmatic/Social, Speech, Voice, Oral, Fluency, Non-oral communication. Details and suggestions on how to gather information are included in the manual. There is no scoring system, but the profile allows for variables in client ability, severity of impairment, mode of communication, degree of independence vs. assistance or prompting, and overall inventory of skills. The summary portion on the profile synthesizes client strengths and weaknesses, recommendations and strategies, and integration of objectives to help you prepare a complete, comprehensive report suitable for fulfillment of mandated Title 22 and educational federal or local reporting requirements. 3+ years Descriptive Kleiman Super Duper

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