Everything's Measurable!

Assess, document and recommend confidently! Everything’s Measurable! is a highly-interactive workshop on the assessment of children and youth with neurologic and developmental disabilities, 3-21 years old. Carlo will highlight the advantages of using the International Classification of Function (ICF) as a framework to guide the assessment process. He will also relate the ICF to the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework (OTPF) language with a goal of unifying and enhancing communication in OT and PT practices. Participants will learn the psychometric properties, statistical norms, and interpretation of tests and measures covering the different domains of the ICF: personal factors (occupational profile), environmental factors (context), participation (occupation), activity (performance skills), and body structure & function (client factors).

This workshop will cover 100+ standardized and non-standardized tools. Carlo will highlight the use of free, functional, and easy-to-use tests for participation, personal factors, arm function, gross motor function, wheelchair mobility and body structure & function so those with limited to no budget can also implement the use of these tools. Participants will practice administration and scoring of tests. Carlo will illustrate the proper selection and utilization of tests and measures in determining the need for therapy services and monitoring outcomes in various practice settings (i.e., home, clinic, hospital, and school). Participants will learn to organize and conduct assessment using a Hypothesis Oriented Pediatric Focused Algorithm (HOP-FA) + ICF-based Approach. Case studies will be used to facilitate learning, and to gauge achievement of the learning objectives.


BONUS: PRACTICAL TOOLKIT - Clinical Reasoning Worksheet: Assessment; Clinical Reasoning Worksheet: Documentation; and Online Toolkit, including: Access to Tests, Administration of Select Tests via Digital Device, and References.


  All Handouts - All-in-one-place for your easy access
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  Modules 1-2: Assessment Must-Knows
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  Modules 3-4 Videos and Handouts: Assessment Tools to Identify the "Problem"
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  Modules 5-9 Videos and Handouts: Assessment Tools for the Activity Level
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  Modules 10-14 Videos and Handouts: Assessment Tools for Body Function and Structure Levels
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  Modules 15-16: The ICF-based Approach
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Everything's Measurable!

Watch and Re-watch! 60-day Access

Questions regarding payment or purchase order? Email Carlo at [email protected]


What therapists say about Everything's Measurable!
EM - 1
Best instructor I've ever had! So enthusiastic and fun, skillfully brining all info together so it makes sense! I LOVE the inverted pyramid about what's really most important.

- PT with 26 years experience

Really appreciated how the course was organized, and the handouts were fantastic, a consistent format was used throughout. I appreciated the introductory and refresher on standardized assessments, T-scores, percentiles, etc.

– OT with 33 years experience

Extremely relevant topic to school-based OT/PT practice. What measures, how to choose them, critical thinking and decision-making.

– Clinical OT/PT Supervisor with 38 years experience as an OT

INSTRUCTOR: Carlo Vialu, PT, MBA served as Director of Physical Therapy for the NYC Department of Education, where he oversaw a program with over 700 PTs working in more than 1,500 schools. He is project manager of research on normative data for five mobility tests for school-aged children, & co-founder of www.SeekFreaks.com.




At the completion of this course, the learner is expected to:

  1. Identify 3 assessment tools that can be completed by the child/youth and/or parent to describe their preferences, motivations and goals.
  2. Select a combination of 3-4 tests and measures across the different domains of the ICF to help determine the need for therapy services.
  3. Interpret the results of at least 4 tests and measures across the different domains of the ICF on given case scenarios.
  4. Determine how 3 body function and structure assessment tools can help determine potential contributing factors to a client’s participation or occupation on given case scenarios. 
  5. Determine 2 elements of documentation of an assessment using an ICF-based approach.


  • Module1: Purpose, Terminology and Practical Statistics
  • Module 2: The ICF
  • Module 3: Tools for Personal Factors
  • Module 4: Tools for Participation
  • Module 5: Tools for Activity Level: Mobility
  • Module 6: Tools for Activity Level: UE Function
  • Module 7: Tools for Activity Level: Wheelchair Operation
  • Module 8: Tools for Activity Level: ADL+ (Self-care, Independent living, Handwriting)
  • Module 9: Tools for Activity Level: Recreation+
  • Module 10: Tools for Body Level: Balance
  • Module 11: Tools for Body Level: Endurance
  • Module 12: Tools for Body Level: Neuromuscular (Strength, Tone, Motor Control, ROM)
  • Module 13: Tools for Body Level: Sensory (Sensation, Sensory Processing, Vision, Visual Motor/Perception)
  • Module 14: Tools for Body Level: Other Tests (Vitals, BMI, Pain, Perceived Exertion, Goal Attainment Scales)
  • Module 15: ICF-based Approach to Assessment
  • Module 16: ICF-based Approach to Documentation
  • Post-test: 20-item multiple choice. 70% correct answers required to receive a certificate


12 continuing education hours of training are awarded to learners who complete this course.

  • Apply EBP, LLC is an approved provider of CEUs for PTs and PTAs in IL, NY; and for OTs and OTAs in IN, IL, and by AOTA (see imprimatur below for details).
  • This course is approved for PTs and PTAs in AR, CA, MD, NJ (approval # 1911-174), NM, and OK.
  • These OT state boards accept approval by AOTA, other state boards or associations: AL, AK, AR, DE, DC, FL, IL, IN, KY, LA, MD, MI, MN, MS, MO, MT, NV, NH, NM, NY, NC, ND, OH, OR, OK, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, VT, VA and WI.
  • These PT state boards accept approval by other states or AOTA: AK, AZ, DC, DE, HI, IN, KY, MI, MT, NC, ND, OR, PA, RI, TN, UT, VT, VA, WI and WY.
  • These states do not require pre-approval of courses or have no CE requirements for OTs and OTAs: AZ, CA, CO, CT, GA, HI, ID, IA, KS, ME, MA, NE, NJ, UT, WA, WV and WY.
  • These states do not require pre-approval of courses or have no CE requirements for PTs and PTAs: AL, CO, CT, GA, IA, KS, ME, MA, MO, NE, NH, and WA.
  • If you would like to obtain CEUs for another state, please email us.

Learners must watch the video and complete course requirements, including scoring 70% or higher in the post-test to receive a certificate. Five (5) post-test retakes are allowed; if you exceed this limit, please email us.


  • You will have access to this course for at least 60 days.
  • There is no cancellation once course is purchased. Please email us if you have any questions.
  • Apply EBP, LLC abide by all provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Apply EBP, LLC is committed to equal educational access for individuals with disabilities. Apply EBP, LLC does not discriminate against any individuals with disabilities from registering or attending any of our courses. We work closely with venues to ensure that facilities utilized are accessible. Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to contact us via email or phone (646-269-9039) with requests for accommodations. Apply EBP, LLC will make every effort to provide reasonable accommodations.