Date Presented 03/29/20
Development in the first years of life is often characterized by a child’s aptitude for completing discrete tasks, such as walking or stacking blocks. Real-life participation requires the child to incorporate skills into everyday activities. The ITACS is a newly developed assessment that measures a child’s engagement in daily activities. This presentation will provide an overview of the ITACS and discuss its initial psychometrics.
Primary Author and Speaker: Catherine Hoyt
Contributing Authors: Ashley Chuck, Taniya Varughese, Laura Fisher, Regina Abel, Allison King