How do I get access to KaTid?

To use the KaTid material you need to enroll in KaTid training.

Can KaTid be used for children with Dyscalculia?

We are glad to hear you are interested in children with dyscalculia and time management. This is a true challenge as time management is defined as “Mental functions of ordering events in chronological sequence, allocating amounts of time to events and activities” in ICF.  “Allocating time” includes calculation, so one would expect there to be a significant relationship, affecting time management. Thus it is also expected that children with Dyscalculia may benefit from intervention supporting time management.

I meet children with Spina Bifida and recognize some of the daily problems described on this website in them. Could a KaTid assessment be useful in these cases?

Yes, a KaTid assessment would give you information of the level of time processing ability, if it is within norm, and that could guide you in designing intervention. The Time-S self-rating of daily time management is a valuable complement. That will help the two of you to identify which daily situations the child finds problematic and which ones might be good to focus the intervention on.

Can I use KaTid for an adolescent with intellectual disabilty?

From studies we´ve learned that the material suits even adolescents with intellectual disability. It is important to consider the develomental age when chosing material, KaTid-Child for developmental age 5-10 or KaTid-Youth for developmental age 10-15.

In my work I meet adult clients with cognitive disabilities; can I use the KaTid material?

At the moment it is mainly the questionaires Time-S and Time-Proxy that are useful for adults with cognitive disabilities. KaTid-Adult and KaTid-Senior are in progress. Possibly materials like ATMS or Let´s Get Organized can be useful. (Länk till Susans hemsida, på svenska, länk till Sveriges Arbetsterapeuter)

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