All Quizzes

Perceive

Click here to watch Dr Chris Chapparo explain perception.

These 10 questions may help you understand how your child is using their ‘attention’ for learning.

When answering these questions, think about how your child is most of the time. You might like to do the survey again, answering how they are after a seizure.

Some of these skills are not expected of a very young child so answer how you expect your child to act for their age.

When my child is doing school related activities, he / she is able to:

Always (100%)
Frequently (75%)
Often (50%)
Seldom (25%)
Never (0%)

Using memory

Click here to watch Dr Chris Chapparo explain recall.

When answering these questions, think about how your child is most of the time. You might like to do the survey again, answering how they are after a seizure.

Some of these skills are not expected of a very young child so answer how you expect your child to act for their age.

When my child is doing school related activities he / she is able to:

Always (100%)
Frequently (75%)
Often (50%)
Seldom (25%)
Never (0%)

Managing emotions

When answering these questions, think about how your child is most of the time. You might like to do the survey again, answering how they are after a seizure.

Some of these skills are not expected of a very young child so answer how you expect your child to act for their age.

When my child is doing school related activities he / she is able to:

Always (100%)
Frequently (75%)
Often (50%)
Seldom (25%)
Never (0%)

Plan

Click here to watch Dr Chris Chapparo explain planning.

When answering these questions, think about how your child is most of the time. You might like to do the survey again, answering how they are after a seizure.

Some of these skills are not expected of a very young child so answer how you expect your child to act for their age.

When my child is doing school related activities he / she is able to:

Always (100%)
Frequently (75%)
Often (50%)
Seldom (25%)
Never (0%)

Perform or ‘Doing’

Click here to watch Dr Chris Chapparo explain the perform or doing aspect of the assessment.

These 10 questions may help you understand how your child is using ‘doing skills’ for school related tasks.

When answering these questions, think about how your child is most of the time. You might like to do the survey again, answering how they are after a seizure.

Some of these skills are not expected of a very young child so answer how you expect your child to act for their age.

When my child is doing school related activities he / she is able to:

Always (100%)
Frequently (75%)
Often (50%)
Seldom (25%)
Never (0%)