TLC Forms and Surveys

Student Performance Assessment
The student’s role in the classroom involves many behavioral expectations in order for the student to function successfully. The Student Performance Assessment is a protocol designed for the classroom teacher that operationalizes classroom expectations in a format that enables the teacher to identify prerequisite skills under special categories of expectation for classroom performance. The assessment procedure enables educational professionals to develop baselines for individual students, rate skills, and monitor their performance over time. For a detailed explanation of definitions and applications of the principles behind the assessment, refer to Asperger Syndrome A Guide for Professionals and Families – Second Edition.
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Survey Form: The Learning Clinic Pragmatic Skills Survey
This survey was developed to assess the level of pragmatic skill functioning for Asperger and High Functioning Autistic students in order to establish objectives and monitor changes over time. The TLC Pragmatic Skill Survey is designed to be useful to parents, professionals, and paraprofessionals who are involved with the care and treatment of children and youth who demonstrate deficits in social skills and pragmatic language.
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Survey Form: Transition/Independent Living Skills Assessment (TILSA)
This survey was developed to assess the level of transition and independent living skill functioning for students and establish objectives and assess performance over time in The Learning Clinic’s Transition Program. The TLC Transition & Independent Living Skill Assessment (TILSA) is designed to be useful to parents, professionals, and paraprofessionals who are involved with the care and treatment of children and youth who demonstrate deficits in transition and independent living skills. The assessment data may be used to establish treatment objectives that are observable, modifiable, and measurable.
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