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ALBERTA INFANT:

MOTOR SCALE :

Record Booklet :
Year Month Day
Name Date ot Assessment I
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Identification Number Date of Birth I
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Examiner Chronological Age I
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Place of Assessment Corrected Age I
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Previous Items Items Credited Subscale
Credited In Window Score
Prone
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Supine
Sit
Stand
Total Score '-1 -----' Percentile '-1 -----'

Comments/Recommendations
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Alberta Infant Motor Scale

STUDY#
PRONE
SUPINE
SITIING
STANDING
Prone Lying (l)
Phys.ological flex1an
1-Jrns neod to clear
nose from surface
Sup1ne Ly1ng (1)
7 A
Prone Lying (2)
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L\)
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Lirts head symmetriCally
to45'
Cannot maintain head
in midline
Supine Lying (3)
Prone Prop
ElbOws behind shoulders
Unsustained head raising
to 45

Physiological flexion
Head rotation: mouth
to hand
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Random arm and leg
movements
Head in midline
Moves arms but unable to
bring hands to midline
Supine Lying (2)
Head rotation toward midline
Nonobligatory ATNR
Sitting With Support

Lifts and maintains head
in midline brleny
Supported Standing (1) Supported Standing (2)
..

May have intermittent
hip and knee flexion
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Head 1n line with bOdy
H1ps behind shoulders
Variable movement of legs
Forearm Support (1)
Lifts and maintains
head post 45
ElbOW'S in line with
shoulders
Chest centered
Supine Lying (4)
Prone Mobility
. --..._
-..
.,_)
Heodto90'
uncontrolled weight shifts
Forearm Support (2)
ElbOW$ in front of shOulde
Active chin tuck with nee
elongation
Hands to Knees
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"-...._ .-.......

Ned< Mxors
Brings hands to midline
Chin tuck
Reaches hands to knees
Abdominols active
Sitting With
Propped Arms
Maintains head in midline
Supports weight on
arms briefly
Pull to Sit

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Chin tuck: head in line
or in front of body
Extended Arm Support
Arrm extended
Chin tuck and chest
eleVated
Late< at weight mitt
Rolling Prone to Supine
WithOut Rotation
Movement initiated by
head
Trunk moves as ooe unit
Hands to Feet
1
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.
Can maintain legs in
mid-range
Pelvic mobllly present
Active Extension
-,
Pushes into extension
wilt! legs
Unsustained
Sitting

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.,.
Scapular adduction
and humeral
extension
Sitting Wift1
Arm Support

/

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lhorocic spine extended
Head free
Cannot maintain position
irom trunk: propped
on extended arms
Supported Standing (3)
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Hips in line with shoulders
Active control of lrU('lk
Voioble movements ol legs
Swimming
Reaching from
Forearm Support
Active weight shift from
one side
Contr<:>ted rooch with
rreearm
Pivoting
Pivots
Movement In arms
ondl&Qs
Lateral trunk flexion
Aetlve extensor pottem
Unsustained
Sitting Without
Arm Support
Cannot be lett alone
in Sitting in derln if ely
Rolling Supine to Prone
Without Rotation
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La tarot head righting
rr._nk moves Cli one vnll
Walght Shift In
Unsustained Sitting
Weight shift forward.
bockword. or sidewovs
Cannot be left alone
in sitting
Four-Point Kneeling C

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Legs flexed. abducted.
and extemally rotated
Lumber IO<dosis
Maintains position
Rolling Prone to
Supine with Rotation
Trunk rotafjon
Rolling Supine to
Prone with Rotation
Trunk rotation
Sitting Without
Arm Support ( 1)
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Arms move away
rrombody
Can ploy with a toy
Can be left atone
in itting
Reach With
Rotation
in Sitting
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SOts
Reaches lor loy witt
trullk rotation
pped Sidelying
Reciprocal Creeping (1)
Four-Point Kneeling (2)
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RGctprocOI arm and lag
movements with trunk
Raocnes with axtenctea arm
Trunk
iitting to Prone
I
out of sitting to
achieve prone lying
ulls wlh arms; legs iflOcfive
Pulls to Stand
With Support
Pushes down 'o\llltl
arms and
knees
Pulls to
Stand/Stands
Sitting to Four-Point
Kneeling
Actively lifls pelvis. buttocks.
and unweighted lag to
assume four-point kneeling
Supported Standing
With Rotation
..
Pulls to stand: shifts
weight from
siae to siae
of trunk
and pervis
Cruising
Without
Rotation
.1
Crui}es

Wi!houl
rotation
Holt-Kneeling
May assume
stan ding or
play in position
Mod.lfled F "lc.r
Kn.Jellrg
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,.
Ploys in positior\
May move forward
Sitting Without
Arm Support (2)
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Position ot legs varies
lntol'lt moves in and out
of positiOns easily
Controlled Lowering
Through Standing

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Controlled lowering
rorr stonairg
Crvsng With
Rotoon
Stands AlOne
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Early Stepp!nQ
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Standng from
MQd,f,ed Squat
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Moves from SQUOI to

Standtng from
Quadruped PoSIIior
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Percentile Ranks
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