Please note: The Rivermead Perceptual Assessment Battery (RPAB) has been made out of print. While stocks last.
Purpose: To assess perceptual ability
Age: 16-97 years of age
Time: 45-60 minutes
The Rivermead Perceptual Assessment Battery (RPAB) provides a preliminary assessment of a client’s level of visual perceptual ability prior to therapy.
The degree of visual-perceptual deficit is calculated by comparing the client's visual-perceptual score with that which would be expected for someone of the same premorbid intelligence level.
The battery consists of 16 subtests:
The RPAB can be used following a stroke or head injury to assess a client's level of visual perceptual deficit which plays an important role in determining rehabilitation therapy.
The RPAB Complete Set includes: