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Considerations for Remote Psychological Evaluations - Shared screen with speaker view
Abi Ordway
16:57
Is it possible to increase volume?
Jeanmarie Tekverk
19:37
Nancy
Jeanmarie Tekverk
19:48
Nancy’s volume is very low....
Abi Ordway
24:52
Yes!
Jeanmarie Tekverk
24:56
Good!
Abi Ordway
36:15
Could you please magnify? Bump to 150?
Abi Ordway
38:20
Thank you!
Tina Spencer
40:02
Would it be possible to get a copy of this resource?
Erin Frazier
40:23
We will make these available for use.
JAyne Boulos
44:44
I would almost always do rating scales as part of the initial referral-given the high co morbidity of conditions.. This could be incorporated. Also, with initial adhd evals why wouldn’t you try to do a cognitive to rule out learning disorder as reason for attention problems? Thank you
Ann Christie
45:15
agree Jayne
Lisa Ferland
45:40
I agree Jayne.
Erin Frazier
46:08
Please remember to keep chat box to clarifying questions. Thank you.
Sandra Warden
48:12
So cognitive in 3rd and 6th. Use info for 9th grade re-eval and also 12th grade?
JAyne Boulos
49:43
Thanks!
Jeanmarie Tekverk
50:47
“Legally defensible” is vague. If we use this framework, are we meeting the requirements for initial and re-evals?
Ruth Crowell
50:55
I think the chart is an excellent way to display the decision making process and will be very helpful in enhancing consistency across the district.
caroline thompson
51:10
When you are talking about remote assessment, is this mainly rating scales/interviews? Are you also using remote cognitive and academic assessements?
Lisa Ferland
51:27
Are these general points and we should use our clinical judgement correct?
Sandra Warden
51:36
Thanks!
Susan Holinger
56:30
This is a great synopsis of all the info we’ve been learning all summer and fall.