Purchase Video Access - SPRING WORKSHOP 2013 “Advanced Clinical Solutions for the WAIS-IV and WMS-IV”

Date

Friday, May 24, 2013

Location

The Albany Club

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Description

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The Workshop which was held at The Albany Club (91 King St. E., Toronto, ON) on May 24, 2013 is available for purchase.

The focus of this presentation is on the Advanced Clinical Solutions (ACS).  We discuss the new Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scales (WAIS-IV), a new measure of adult memory assessment (WMS-IV and WMS Flexible) and the additional data provided by ACS.  We will also review demographically-adjusted  norms, the Test of Pre-morbid Functioning, new measures of social perception, effort and serial testing.

Speaker(s)

Peter C. Entwistle Ph.D.. Consultant, Pearson-Boston, MA.

Peter C. Entwistle is a Cogmed & Cognition Consultant for Pearson. He has worked for Pearson since July 2008, and prior to that for The Psychological Corporation from 2002-2008.

Previously, Peter was at the University of Massachusetts-Boston as full-time faculty in the Department of Counseling & School Psychology. For 6 years he was Pediatric Neuropsychologist at Braintree Hospital. Prior to that he was Chief of Child Psychology at Pembroke Hospital for 6 years and taught at Northeastern University in the graduate Program of Counseling Psychology, Special Education & Rehabilitation. Earlier, Peter was the system-wide School Psychologist for 10 years in the Scituate Public Schools.

Peter received a Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences (Hons.) from London University, a Master’s degree in Education from Harvard, and a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Boston College in 1983. Peter was first licensed in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in 1987, as a health service provider in Psychology, and has maintained his license to practice for 25 years.

Learning Objectives

Learning Objectives:

  • After attending this presentation, the participants will be familiar with the data provided by the ACS.  They will learn about adjusted norms, serial testing and measures of pre-morbid functioning.  The participants will also learn how to integrate findings from the three sources; WAIS-IV, WMS-IV and ACS.
  • After attending this presentation, participants will be able to understand the different types of DAN and TOPF sources and their application in individual cases.  We will contrast scores provided by the routine method of computerized scores with DAN scores.
  • Participants will also be able to describe the additional features offered by the ACS in conjunction with the WAIS and WMS for assessing effort and social perception.

Schedule of Events
Breakfast
Welcome and Introduction
Overview of the WAIS-IV and the Q-Interactive
Break
The WMS-IV & WMS-Flexible presentation

Lunch
Introduction to the ACS
Assessment of Suboptimal Effort
Break
Assessment of Pre-Morbid Functioning
Assessment of Suboptimal Effort
Questions & Answer Period
Break
Assessment of Pre-Morbid Functioning
Questions & Answer Period
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