Children's Communication Checklist-2 U.S. Edition
Overview: Rate a child’s communication skills to determine if further testing is required
Age Range: 4:0-16:11 years
RTI Tiers: RTI Levels 1, 2 and 3
Scores/Interpretation: Norm-referenced; Scores include scaled scores, percentile ranks, confidence intervals, composite score, and index score
Scoring Options: Computerized- 5 minutes; Manual Score - 15 minutes
Publication Date: 2006
Take the first step in identifying language concerns with CCC-2
The Children’s Communication Checklist-2(CCC--2) U.S. Edition was developed as a parent or caregiver rating scale, based on the extensive research of author, Dr. Dorothy Bishop. The 70-item questionnaire offers the flexibility to:
- Rate aspects of communication such as speech, vocabulary, sentence structure, and social language skills of children and adolescents who speak in sentences
- Screen for general language impairments confidently
- Identify children with pragmatic language impairment
- Determine if children who may benefit from further assessment for autism spectrum disorder
- Scripted Language
- Nonverbal Communication
- Social Relations
CCC—2 is sensitive and detects deficits not identified by other communication assessments.
Incorporate CCC—2 into your longitudinal studies. Several studies are being presently conducted in the US.
Using the Childrens Communication Checklist-2 for Children with SLI and Autism
Presenter: Dorothy Bishop, PhD
This webinar provided an overview of the Children’s Communication Checklist-2 (CCC-2), addressing test purpose and development, technical characteristics, administration, scoring, and interpretation of the test. Clinical profiles and case studies of children with specific language impairment and social-interaction deficits were discussed.
Date: Sep 02, 2015