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A questionnaire has been released to assist clinicians in conducting a developmental assessment when unable to carry out a face-to-face assessment. It includes only the parent/caregiver reported items (R) and the observed/reported items (OR) found in Griffiths III. This is to ensure close alignment with the existing scales. Please read the guidance notes for clinicians on the […]
ARICD has issued further information to enable practitioners to use Griffiths III equipment as safely as possible. Read the information here.
Brachmann Cornelia De Lange Syndrome: A Tailored Approach for Assessment and Intervention Using the Griffiths III is available free to access prior to publication in August 2020. The Griffiths III and quartile charts are used in the assessment of an atypical child. You can access the article here.
ARICD has issued a Statement on Griffiths III Part II Training during Covid-19 Pandemic here.
The Quartile Charts look at the level of difficulty of each individual subscale item and provide valuable information in interpreting a child’s performance on the Griffiths III. The document is available in Griffiths III Resources.
ARICD advice regarding Covid-19 can be found here
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Phyllis Preston 19/12/1922-15/1/2020 Phyllis was born in Cairo, Egypt and lived in Alexandria before attending the American University in Cairo. Psychology was her future direction so she moved to University College, London for psychology before taking her Masters in Psychology at the Maudsley in London. At that time, it was possible to have joint professional […]