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Assessment Tools: Pediatric Extended Examination at Three (PEET)

The assessment tool collection encompasses all assessments that are used in medical rehabilitation with a primary focus on physical therapy and occupational therapy.

Pediatric Extended Examination at Three (PEET)

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Pediatric Extended Examination at Three (PEET)

Author: Blackman, J.A., Levine, M.D., Markowitz, M.

Summary: This is a neurodevelopmental assessment designed to aid in the early detection and clarification of problems with learning, attention, and behaviour in three - to four - year-old children (Blackman, 1986).  

Format: The child is provided with developmentally appropriate tasks to perform.  

Library Record:  Call # LB 3060.217 B629p 1986 ATOOLS (Reserve Desk)

Population: Children 3 to 4 years of age 

Completion time    One hour

Equipment    

  • 1 examiner's manual
  • 1 stimulus book
  • 1 record form
  • 1 small ball in plastic container
  • 1 small doll, 1 ball
  • 1 checker board with 12 black pawns and 12 red pawns
  • 20 wooden blocks
  • 2 wooden shoes
  • 4 wooden discs
  • 2 wooden rectangles
  • 23 blue 2 inch rods
  • 1 toy car (pink)
  • 1 key
  • 1 piece of cloth with buttons of different sizes (5 buttons)
  • 1 folded sheet with a black trim and a black dot in the centre
  • 1 crayon (red)

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Use Policy

The Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Library will provide assessment tools and outcome measures for loan to faculty, students and staff of the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority (WRHA) with a valid University of Manitoba (U of M) Library ID. If you qualify to borrow a tool you will need to fill out and present this form to the NJMHSL Circulation staff.

 

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