Evaluation of progress

We evaluate progress using:
– List for the assessment of basic language and learning skills (Parington and Sundberg, 2010) which assesses the development of language, language abilities, social interaction, imitation, self-initiated requests, pretend play, and academic skills (uses for the creation of IEP);
- Analysis of changes in quantitative variables - INDIFF;
– Component analysis of changes in the state of an individual child described over a set of variables in which changes were recorded either during the final or during the initial assessment;
- Insight into the structure of the change component and presentation of relationships between time points through qualitative and quantitative analysis;
Graphical display of manifest variables and components of changes, which gives us a better insight into the results of the application of individualized programs, i.e. certain achievements of the children included in the program;