The BOT-2 is a unique evaluation tool because it actually includes motor and manipulation tasks. It’s a must-have for every school district and clinic, but too expensive for therapists to purchase on their own.
It can be difficult to explain standardized test scores to parents. I’ve created a blog post that explains it, along with a free printable that you can use as a visual when going over your test results. Check it out here.
Personally, I use the BOT-2 often. But just like any other assessment, it’s only one piece of the puzzle. Your clinical observation skills will give you just as much information as a standardized score. AND the BOT-2 doesn’t look at visual perceptual skills, so you may want to use it along with a visual perceptual assessment.
Quick and easy card activities and progress sheets to work on motor skills.
A 25-page printable packet that provides hours of fun manipulation tasks! Perfect for parents, teachers, and therapists! Use the progress monitoring sheets to easily keep track of your child’s goals.