Adaptive behavior refers primarily to the effectiveness with which a person copes with the natural and social demands of




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Adaptive behavior refers primarily to the effectiveness with which a person copes with the natural and social demands of his/her environment. Adaptive behavior was assessed using formal measures.
The Adaptive Behavior Assessment System, Second Edition (ABAS-II), Parent/Primary Caregiver Form for Ages 0-5 and the ABAS-II, Teacher/Daycare Provider Form for Ages 2-5 assess the personal and social sufficiency of young children. The measures focus on adaptive behavior in ten domains: Communication, Community Use, Functional Pre-Academics, Home Living, Health and Safety, Leisure, Self-Care, Self-Direction, Social, and Motor.
The ABAS-II was completed by MMM, Xxx’s mother and TTT, Xxx’s teacher. Following are the results:

ABAS-II Domain Area

Parent

Scaled and Standard Scores (mean = 10 or 100)


Percentile


Teacher

Scaled and Standard Scores (mean = 10 or 100)


Percentile


General Adaptive Composite




























Conceptual Composite













Communication













Functional Pre-Academics













Self-Direction




























Social Composite













Leisure













Social




























Practical Composite













Community Use













Home/School Living













Health and Safety













Self-Care




























Motor












Xxx’s General Adaptive Composite includes Conceptual Composite (speech, language, and listening skills needed for communication with other people; basic pre-academic skills that form the foundations for reading, writing, mathematics, and other skills needed for daily, independent functioning; and skills needed for independence, responsibility, and self-control), Social Composite (engaging in and planning leisure and recreational activities and those needed to interact socially and get along with other people), Practical Composite (skills needed for functioning and appropriate behavior in the community; skills needed for basic care of a home or living setting or a school or classroom setting; skills needed for protection of health and to respond to illness and injury; and skills needed for personal care), and Motor Skills (skills needed for locomotion, manipulation of the environment, and the development of more complex activities). Xxx’s performance on these tests indicate … Specifically, Xxx is able to…Xxx has difficulty…(personalize this section based on the analysis of the parent and teacher responses)




Based on this data, Xxx’s adaptive behavior appears/does not appear to be consistent with estimates of his/her current intellectual functioning. (If not, explain:)


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