The Conners’ Rating Scales– Third Edition (Conners-3; Conners, 2008) is an assessment for children ages 6 to 18 years; it is designed as a thorough assessment of ADHD and comorbid disorders such as Oppositional Defiant Disorder and Conduct Disorder. The components of the Conners-3 are available in paper-and-pencil or computerized formats.
Three versions are available: the Conners-3-Parent (Conners-3-P), the Conners-3-Teacher (Conners-3-T), and the Conners-3-Self-Report (Conners-3-SR), with both long and short forms. The CRS-3 includes the Conners-3 Global Index (Conners-3GI), a measure of general psychopathology. The CRS-3 includes the Conners-3 ADHD Index (Conners-3AI), a 10-item ADHD index. The Conners-3AI is intended to be used as a screener for ADHD. Both the Conners-3GI and the Conners-3AI are included as part of the full-length Conners-3 or may be purchased separately.
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The Arc’s Self- Determination Scale Wehmeyer & Kelchner (1995
Individually or (15-member) group- administered self-report for adolescents with mild cognitive disabilities or learning disabilities to measure strengths and limitations in self- determination; 72 items in four formats: 4-point Likert-type scale items, story completion items, items that require the student to identify goals and break the goals into smaller steps, and items that require students to make a choice between two options; students can read test independently or it may be read aloud.
Yields total self- determination score and subdomain scores for each of the four subtests
Four subdomain scores: Autonomy (includes self and family care, daily living skills, routine personal care, family activities), Self-Regulation (ability to handle individual’s interactions with the environment), Psychological Empowerment, and Self- Realization; total self- determination score