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ABAS-3

Adaptive Behavior Assessment System, Third Edition

Patti L. Harrison, PhD & Thomas Oakland, PhD

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Overview

The ABAS-3 provides a comprehensive norm-referenced assessment of adaptive skills in individuals ages birth-89 years, and is especially useful for diagnosing and classifying various developmental, learning, and behavioural disabilities and disorders; identifying your clients' strengths and weaknesses; and documenting and monitoring progress over time.

Suitable for

Suitable for ages 0-89 years.

Language Versions

English

Product Description

Features and benefits

  • Retains all the essential features that made the second edition the preferred instrument but is even easier to administer and score.
  • Particularly useful for evaluating those with developmental delays, autism spectrum disorder, intellectual disability, learning disabilities, neuropsychological disorders, and sensory or physical impairments.
  • Integrates assessment, intervention planning, and progress monitoring.
  • Developed with American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AAIDD), DSM-5™, and IDEA standards in mind.

Test structure

  • Within three major adaptive domains (Conceptual, Social, and Practical), the ABAS-3 assesses 11 skill areas: communication, community use, functional academics, health and safety, home or school living, leisure, motor, self-care, self-direction, social, and work.
  • Items focus on practical, everyday activities required to function, meet environmental demands, care for oneself, and interact with others effectively and independently. On a 4-point response scale, raters indicate whether, and how frequently, the individual performs each activity.
  • A General Adaptive Composite (GAC) is produced.

Technical information

Norm-referenced scaled scores are provided for the 11 skill areas; for the three adaptive domains and the GAC, norm-referenced standard scores, confidence intervals for standard scores, and percentile ranks are provided. In addition, all scores can be categorized descriptively.

 

Qualification level required:
Level 2. Please see our Test User Qualifications page for guidance

Norms

Norms are based on a large sample representative of the U.S. population.

Duration

15-20 minutes to administer.

Ref-ID: U_ABAS 3_L