What are the different elements of these reports?

TALi Assessment Report
This is comprised of 2 key assessments:

  1. SWAN Assessment Results (Behavioural assessment of attention)

  2. DETECT Assessment Results (Cognitive assessment of attention)

These should identify whether a child may benefit from intervention (Upgrade to TALi Training to undertake TRAIN)

TALi Training Report
Results of training are assessed in a variety of ways:

  1. Comparison of Pre and Post-Training SWAN Assessments (Behavioural assessment of attention)

  2. Comparison of Pre and Post-Training DETECT Assessments (Cognitive assessment of attention)

  3. Compliance with the TALi TRAIN program (Completion of 20 or more sessions, ideally within a five-week period)

  4. Performance on the TALi TRAIN program (In-game speed and accuracy in each of the four exercises)

  5. Gains in everyday life, including social and academic skills (Further observations of the child’s behaviour and general wellbeing) — which is blank for the parent/teacher/HCP to fill out.

Class Report

  • Summary of the status of each student (flagging those that require attention)

  • TALi TRAIN results: similar to the individual child report, but allowing for multiple children

Comparison of Pre and Post-Training SWAN Assessments
Similar the child report but also showing class average results, plotting individual child results against each other, and examples of the most improved behaviours across the whole class.

Comparison of Pre and Post-Training DETECT Assessments
Similar the child report but also showing class average results, plotting individual child results against each other.

Compliance with the TALi TRAIN program
Quickly see how each student is progressing (how many sessions/25 each student has completed) — again, all listed against each other in a table so you can compare students

Performance on the TALi TRAIN program
Quickly see how each student is performing in each of the four exercises and if they require additional support — again, all listed against each other in a table so you can compare students

Gains in everyday life, including social and academic skills
More information on what other improvements you might expect to have seen/continue to see in the coming months. Teachers are prompted to download a worksheet to take note of any behavioural improvements or general observations.