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AB IT-MAIS

This iPad version of the IT-MAIS will help professionals collect and save parental reports concerning their child’s response to sound through interview format

This iPad version of the IT-MAIS will help professionals collect and save parental reports concerning their child’s response to sound through interview format

AB IT-MAIS

by Advanced Bionics, LLC
AB IT-MAIS
AB IT-MAIS
AB IT-MAIS

What is it about?

This iPad version of the IT-MAIS will help professionals collect and save parental reports concerning their child’s response to sound through interview format. The test allows creation of up to 30 different child accounts and for repeated interviews over the child’s first two years of listening.

AB IT-MAIS

App Details

Version
1.2
Rating
NA
Size
11Mb
Genre
Medical
Last updated
October 26, 2013
Release date
May 6, 2013
More info

App Store Description

This iPad version of the IT-MAIS will help professionals collect and save parental reports concerning their child’s response to sound through interview format. The test allows creation of up to 30 different child accounts and for repeated interviews over the child’s first two years of listening.

Professionals using the app can tap and type for each of the ten probes and view the overall score on the score sheet. They can revisit the sheet at any time or share by email the information collected.

The Infant-Toddler Meaningful Auditory Integration Scale (IT-MAIS) (Zimmerman-Phillips 2000) is a modification of the Meaningful Auditory Integration Scale (MAIS) (Robbins et al. 1991). It is a structured interview schedule designed to assess the child’s spontaneous responses to sound in their everyday environment. The assessment is based upon information provided by the child’s parent(s) in response to 10 probes. These 10 probes assess three main areas: 1) vocalization behavior, 2) alerting to sounds; and 3) deriving meaning from sound. Specific scoring criteria have been developed for each of the 10 probes.

Authors:
Susan Zimmerman-Phillips, MS (Advanced Bionics)
Mary Joe Osberger, PhD (Advanced Bionics)
Amy McConkey Robbins, MS (Communication Consulting Services)

References:
Zimmerman-Phillips S, Osberger MJ, Robbins AM. Assessment of auditory skills in children two years of age or younger. Presentend at the 5th International Cochlear Implant Conference, New York, NY, May 1-3, 1997.
Zimmerman-Phillips S, Robbins AM, Osberger MJ. Assessing cochlear implant benefit in very young children. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol Suppl. 2000; 109(12);42-43.
Robbins AM, Renshaw JJ, Berry SW. Evaluating meaningful auditory integration in profoundly hearing impaired children. Am J Otol. 1991;2(Suppl):144-150.

Privacy Disclosure:
“IT-MAIS for iPad”
-Does not share any personal data
-Does not contain any ads
-Does not contain In App Purchases
-Does not contain Social Network Integration
-Includes external link to Advanced Bionics website
-Allows the user to email a client’s test results to an email of their choice with client identified through initials only


Requires iPad 2 or newer