The Functional Skills Assessment (FSA) is a tool for evaluating daily living skills for students in primary grades, middle school, secondary school, and those preparing for or enrolled in post-secondary transition programs. The FSA is divided into four modules that cover a number of skills.
Each assessment covers four levels: Beginning (K-4), Middle (5-8), Secondary (9-12), and Transition.
Each module has a corresponding teacher’s guide and set of scoring forms. All modules can be customized for use with students who have multiple disabilities. Individual manuals and corresponding scoring books are sold separately.
A sample of the daily living skills included in this assessment are clothing storage, laundering, and sewing.