FRTVMI: Full Range Test of Visual Motor Integration
For use by psychologists, educational diagnosticians, learning disability specialists, OTs and PTs, as well as teachers and counselors, the Full Range Test of Visual-Motor Integration (FRTVMI) is a highly reliable, valid measure of visual-motor integration skills that not only covers the full range of school ages but, unlike most other tests of VMI, includes norms appropriate for special education students in the 19-21 year age range. Its norms include adults as well as children and adolescents (i.e., a full range of individuals from 5 years through 74 years can now be assessed with a common test.) The FRTVMI assesses the ability to accurately relate visual stimuli to motor responses. The purposes of giving the test include: (1) documenting the presence and degree of visual-motor problems in individuals, (2) identifying candidates for referral, (3) verifying the effectiveness of intervention programs, and (4) serving as a research tool. The test requires the person being tested to copy a series of increasingly complicated designs.
||Donald D. Hammill, Nils A. Pearson, Judith K. Voress and Cecil R. Reynolds
||Examiner's manual, 25 Profile/Examiner Record Forms for 5-10, 25 Profile/Examiner Record Forms for 11-74, and a Scoring Transparency, all in a sturdy storage box. (2006)
||5-0 through 74-0
||5 - 15 mintues