Alberta Infant Motor Scale Score Sheets (AIMS), 2nd Edition

Package of 50 Score Sheets
Authors :
Martha Piper & Johanna Darrah
Date of Publication: 12/2021

Alberta Infant Motor Scale (AIMS) Score Sheets, 2nd Edition is a pack of 50 printed scoresheets. The Alberta Infant Motor Scale is a standardized measurement scale used to assess the gross motor abilities of infants. The scoreshee ...view more

Alberta Infant Motor Scale (AIMS) Score Sheets, 2nd Edition is a pack of 50 printed scoresheets. The Alberta Infant Motor Scale is a standardized measurement scale used to assess the gross motor abilities of infants. The scoresheet provides clinicians and researchers a tool to record scores in the assessment of developing infants.

Consult Piper and Darrah’s Motor Assessment of the Developing Infant, 2nd Edition for step-by-step instruction for using the Alberta Infant Motor Scale scoresheets.

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Alberta Infant Motor Scale (AIMS) Score Sheets, 2nd Edition is a pack of 50 printed scoresheets. The Alberta Infant Motor Scale is a standardized measurement scale used to assess the gross motor abilities of infants. The scoresheet provides clinicians and researchers a tool to record scores in the assessment of developing infants.

Consult Piper and Darrah’s Motor Assessment of the Developing Infant, 2nd Edition for step-by-step instruction for using the Alberta Infant Motor Scale scoresheets.

If you have a general Permissions query or require guidance on how to request permission, please visit Elsevier’s Permissions FAQ page (https://www.elsevier.com/about/policies/copyright/permissions) where you will find further information, or alternatively you may submit a question via (https://service.elsevier.com/app/contact/supporthub/permissions-helpdesk/).

For Licensing opportunities, please contact [email protected].


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Pack of 50 printed scoresheets of the Alberta Infant Motor Scale (AIMS).


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By Martha Piper, PT, PhD, President, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada and Johanna Darrah, MSc, PT