(SICD-R) Sequenced Inventory of Communication Development, Revised

by Dona Lea Hedrick, PhD, Elizabeth M. Prather, PhD, et al.

(SICD-R) Sequenced Inventory of Communication Development, Revised

by Dona Lea Hedrick, PhD, Elizabeth M. Prather, PhD, et al.
Benefits Quantifies communication skills in young children, guiding the creation of individualized remediation plans
Ages Children functioning between 4 and 48 months
Admin time 30-75 minutes
Scores Receptive Communication Age and Expressive Communication Age
Norms Age-level norms from a sample of 252 normally developing children
Publish Date 1975
Qualifications Level C required.
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BY DONA LEA HEDRICK, PHD, ELIZABETH M. PRATHER, PHD, AND ANNETTE R. TOBIN, MSPA

This popular diagnostic test evaluates the communication skills of normal and developmentally delayed children. It is composed of two sections: Receptive, which assesses sound and speech discrimination, awareness, and understanding; and Expressive, which measures imitating, initiating, and responding, as well as length, grammar, and syntax of verbal output.

Items are grouped in age-graded sets, and the percentage of correct responses in each set determines the child’s Receptive Communication Age and Expressive Communication Age. The test also generates behavior and processing profiles that are helpful in developing individualized remedial programs.

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