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The Ansell-Casey Life Skills Assessment (ACLSA)
Casey, J. ( 2000)
Seattle, WA: Casey Family Programs.

Ansell-Casey Life Skills Assessment
helps educators determine students
independent living skills. Assessments are completed by the student
and his/her caregivers. This assessment is culturally sensitive and
is appropriate for all students regardless of their living circumstances.
Life skill areas addressed include: career planning, communication,
daily living, home life, housing and money management, self care, social
relationships, work life, and work and study skills. FREE.

  1. watteleltroy-k12-mo-us says:

    The ACLSA is a great tool to use with students to determine their "levels" in the areas that are assessed.  A printout of the student's scores can be printed to place into a file or can be e-mailed to people you indicate in the beginning form.  Many topics are explored in the assessments and teachers can find areas that they may use as teaching experiences with their students.  The only drawback is that teh student will have to be able to read well in order to answer the questions or the assessment may have to be read to them.

  2. jdrurystegen-k12-mo-us says:

    The ACLSA assessment seems like a very good tool to use especially with the students who may belower functionong to determine what they have knowledge in especially in critical and emergency type of scenarios.  I like how it is fairly brief, short questions but yet can provide a goog foundation of information.  I think for the level of kids I woudl use it on it may have to be teacher read but yet the reponsese are short enough the kids could navigate the mouse to complete the answers on their own. 

    Seeing quick results is a defintie advantage as well as being able to print out for documentation purposes.

  3. dgrimmmvr3-k12-mo-us says:

    This assessment is found in four different levels. Level one presents very basic questions. For each subsequent level, the questions become more elaborate and go more in depth.

    This test gives a great insight of the student and can be used with students in a wide range of ages, from a younger or lower level group to a higher functioning high school group of students.


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