How can TALi DETECT help parents?
TALi DETECT is a clinically validated, game-based cognitive assessment of three important attention domains in children 3-7 years of age:
The ability to select specific information from multiple sensory inputs. This is the most studied attentional network.
The ability to increase and maintain vigilance and response-readiness in preparation for a forthcoming stimulus.
The ability to monitor and resolve conflict between computations in different neural areas, regulate thoughts and feelings, and overcome habitual actions.
Fun, engaging & easy to administer.
The TALi DETECT assessment can be completed in one session of approximately 20 to 30 minutes. A child completes seven fun and engaging game-based exercises, with their performance forming the basis of their attention report.
Unique TALi Attention Profile for every child.
The DETECT report provides a performance-based measure of a child’s skills in the three areas of attention: Selective, Sustained and Executive. As part of the report, each child will receive their own unique TALi Attention Profile.
Comprehensive Attention Report.
After completing TALi DETECT, you’ll receive a detailed report for each child, outlining their performance relative to the average performance of a large sample of neurotypical children (normative sample). The report identifies the overall attentional development of the child, as well as the child’s areas of strengths and weaknesses.
TALi Detailed attention profiles
DETECT examines the strengths and weaknesses of a child’s attention profile. If your child’s attention profile is Prompt or Monitor, your child may benefit in TALi TRAIN or other interventions.
Lower attention skills than average
Slightly lower attention skills than average
Performing at or above the expected level
TALi DETECT was developed under the Cooperative Research Centres Program (CRC-P) from the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science.*
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*Cooperative Research Centres Projects (CRC-P) Grants provide funding for short-term research collaborations. It supports industry-led collaborations between industry, researchers and the community with the aim of fostering high quality research to solve industry-identified problems.