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Summary

What it measures:

  • BOT-2 measures fine and gross motor proficiency, with subtests that focus on stability, mobility, strength, coordination, and object manipulation. The test is tailored to school-aged children and young adults among the ages of 4-21 years, who have varying motor control abilities ranging from normal to mild or moderate.1
  • BOT-2 SF was created to be a quick screening of the patient's total motor abilities in a shortened amount of time compared to the complete form.1

This summary contains information on the use of this test in patients or clients with normal to mild or moderate motor disabilities.

This summary includes information for multiple forms of the test, including:

  • BOT-2 CF
  • BOT-2 SF
  • BOT-2 balance subtest
  • BOT-2 fine motor subtests

Multiple researchers referenced data from the original manual.5 There is a fee to obtain the manual, so it was not available as a resource for this test summary.

ICF Domain(s): 

  • Body Structure and Function
  • Activity

ICF Categories:

  • Mobility: Walking & Moving Around
  • Changing & Maintaining Body Position
  • Carrying, Moving and Handling Objects

Target Population:

The test is tailored to school-aged children and young adults among the ages of 4-21 years, who have varying motor control abilities ranging from normal to mild or moderate.


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