Weschler Non Verbal Ability Record Forms

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Description

The WNV is ideal for psychologists who need a nonverbal measure of ability for individuals who aren’t English-language proficient, or have other language considerations.

Designed for Linguistically Diverse Populations

When language poses a barrier to typical administration, or where traditional intellectual assessment results would be questionable due to language-related difficulties, the WNV is appropriate for all individuals.

  • No need to pantomime instructions
  • Native language of the examinee is irrelevant to performance
  • Flexible standard administration allows help when appropriate

WNV was specifically created for:

  • Individuals for whom English is not a first language
  • Hard of hearing or deaf individuals
  • Individuals with language difficulties or disorders
  • Individuals who may be eligible for special services and support
  • High functioning¬†individuals from linguistically diverse populations

Ideal for low incidence disorders such as:

  • Cerebral palsy
  • Aphasia
  • Expressive language disorders
  • Receptive language disorders
  • Physically disabilities / complex needs
  • Specific language impairments