Inventory For Client and Agency Planning (ICAP)

Author(s) : Robert A. Bruininks, Bradley K. Hill, Richard F. Weatherman and Richard W. Woodcock

Publisher : Riverside Publishing, 1986


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ICAP Complete Set

SKU : 990TF

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ICAP Examiner's Manual

SKU : 500TF

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ICAP Response Booklet (pkg 25)

SKU : 600TF

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Purpose: To measure adaptive and maladaptive behaviour

Age: 1 month-40+ years

Time: 20-30 minutes

The Inventory for Client and Agency Planning (ICAP) is a 16-page booklet that assesses adaptive and maladaptive behaviour and gathers additional information to determine the type and amount of special assistance that people with disabilities may need.

The inventory covers:

  • Diagnostic and health status
  • Functional limitations
  • Adaptive and problem behaviour
  • Residential placement
  • Daytime program support services
  • Social/leisure activities

The ICAP provides an overall Service Score, which is a combined measure of adaptive and maladaptive behaviour that indicates overall level of care, supervision, or training required.

The ICAP provides valuable information about an individual's ability to function in the following general areas:

  • Motor Skills
  • Social and Communication Skills
  • Personal Living Skills
  • Community Living Skills

In addition, information can be obtained about the individual's maladaptive behaviours according to the following ten categories:

  • Motor Skills
  • Disruptive Behaviour
  • Social and Communication Skills
  • Unusual or Repetitive Habits
  • Hurtful to Self
  • Socially Offensive Behaviour
  • Hurtful to Others
  • Withdrawal or Inattentive Behaviour
  • Destructive to Property
  • Uncooperative Behaviour

The ICAP can be used for determining eligibility, planning services, evaluating, reporting progress, and for use in funding reports.

Robert A. Bruininks, Bradley K. Hill, Richard F. Weatherman and Richard W. Woodcock

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