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b68026692e Schizophrenia & Other Psychotic DisordersSearch this site OT Assessments > Symptom Assessments Image from from www.gstatic.comImage from www.pearsonclinical.comImage from mzstatic.com/KGV Symptom ScaleMeasures positive symptoms through a semi-structured interview. Cookies are required to use this site. 405 Not Allowed. . Some suggestions: Go back to the last page Go to the home page . 403 Forbidden . Prompts the clinician to not only ask the questions, but observe behavior that their client demonstrates when administering the test Compromises of 14 items with the first 6 look at anxiety, hypochondriac behaviors, phobias, mood, suicidal thoughts, delusions, hallucinations, while the other 8 questions look at observational qualities such as affect, over-activity, psycho-motor functioning, speech issues, abnormal movements, and the last question discusses efficiency of the assessment for the client (reluctant responses, answers impaired by symptoms etc.)Can also be used as global assessment tool since it looks at various symptoms in how they progress, how serious they are, and how it impacts their activities of daily livingGuidelines can be found online free of cost hereResources and References and Negative Syndrome Scale Designed for a client on the schizophrenic spectrum This assessment is used to help the clinical create a treatment plan by identifying positive and negative symptoms that client is currently experiencingThere is a structured clinical interview component of the assessment which is administered prior to the formal assessment to gather more information from the client An asset to this assessment is the Informant Questionnaire where the clinician can obtain other information from family, physicians and other people to ensure accuracy of information providedTakes less than 60 minutes to complete and the clinicians mus the trained to use this assessmentFor information on pricing and administration clickhereReferences and Resources Checklist-90-Revised (SCL-90-R) Assess varied psychological issues and symptoms, can be used as an intake assessment and used throughout to measure progressLooks at 9 dimensions of the client's symptoms and measures intensity of the symptoms through 90 questionsHas good reliability and validityTraining is available online and easy to use Takes about 15 minutes to administer, and norms are available once purchasedInformation on training modules and pricing of assessment click hereReferences and Resources Psychiatric Rating ScaleThis scale is used to measure 18-24(depending on the format used) signs that may be exhibited during a flare up of symptoms for people with schizophreniaThis is done through observation and a clinicians interview with the client which should spans over 3 daysThe symptoms being measured include: anxious behaviour, depressed mood, increase in suicide risk, aggressive, flat affect, variable mood etc.This assessment is used to identify symptoms and to monitor change in symptoms, and used to evaluate interventions being used on the client This scale can be foundhere in paper format andhere online for freeReferences and Resources Assessment Tools Used to Measure Symptoms of Schizophrenia Scale for the assessment of Negative Symptoms Scale for the assessment of Positive SymptomsAbnormal Involuntary Movement Scale (to measure side effects of medication) Moller-Murphy Symptom Management Assessment Tool Comments HomeAn Overview of Schizophrenia and Similar Psychotic DisordersOccupational Performance IssuesOT AssessmentsClient-Centered AssessmentsExecutive Function, Sensory, and Cognitive AssessmentsFunction and Skills AssessmentsSymptom AssessmentsOT InterventionsCognitive Behaviour TherapyFamily Psycho-EducationIllness Self-ManagementLife and Social Skills TrainingVocational TherapyResource Page for OTsSitemap Sign inRecent Site ActivityReport AbusePrint PagePowered By Google Sites . Your browser doesn't accept cookies.