The Infant-Toddler Developmental Assessment (IDA-2)
…for all professionals working with infants, toddlers, and their families in a wide range of settings.
- Bridges the gap between screening and more complex tertiary level developmental evaluation.
- Process guides collection and integration of data from multiple sources.
- Considers the complexity and interdependence of health, family, and emotional & social factors that influence the child's development throughout the assessment process.
- The developmental measure, the Provence Developmental Profile, covers the full range of child development and psycho-social skills, employs naturalistic observation, and incorporates parent report of the child’s development.
- Results in a descriptive summary of developmental competencies that includes a performance age range with percentage delay and service plan.
- Allows for effective short and long-term monitoring of individual children and aggregate reporting.
- Meets all federal requirements of IDEA and aligns with OSEP Early Childhood Outcomes and Head Start Child Outcomes.
The IDA is a comprehensive holistic developmental assessment that results in an Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP). See our Frequently Asked Questions to learn more.
The IDA is a set of processes and procedures that include the Provence Profile, a measure with eight developmental domains. The IDA achieves greater depth in the essential psycho-social domains compared with other instruments. It employs naturalistic observation and incorporates parent reports of the child’s development. The result is a descriptive summary of the child’s developmental competencies that includes a performance age range.
The IDA Institute provides IDA Training through Online or On-site seminars and a range of consultation options.