EF difficulties are associated with a variety of conditions that interfere with learning and adaptation, including ADHD, autism, and emotional and behavioral problems. The MEFS App is an objective, standardized, and brief Executive Function screening that yields timely information about a child’s EF skills, as well as changes in these skills over time. Although the MEFS App is not a diagnostic tool, it provides reliable and valid information about a child’s current level of proficiency and growth in EF relative to norms and therapeutic goals.
New Screening Tool Under Development for Pediatricians
Reflection Sciences, together with Koronis Biomedical Technologies and leading researchers in cognitive development, have received a National Institutes of Health Small Business Innovation Research Fast-track grant to develop a tablet-based neuro-cognitive screening tool for infant pediatrician visits! We continue to extend our commitment to early detection and treatment of EF difficulties.Learn More About the MEFS App
Real World Reviews
The MEFS App Screening Reassures Family
Happiness is having a teacher let us know that because we screened a 3-year-old using the MEFS App, we were able to inform the child’s family, who was prepared to have this child on a different path of learning due to possible concerns, that he is on track in EF development. Thankful!
Peggy McGuire, Director of Child and Family Development – Project HELP, YWCA Metropolitan Chicago
Nothing Else Comes Close
After reviewing a number of education outcome measures, we determined that no other test of executive functioning combines the ease of administration, interpretability, and proven validity of the MEFS App. Nothing else even comes close. We’ve also consistently found the entire Reflection Sciences team to be professional, responsive, and immensely helpful. It is hard to imagine a more perfect pairing of product and publisher, and the MEFS App will play an important role in our work for many years to come.
Steven J. Hughes, PhD, LP, ABPdN, Chair, Association Montessori Internationale Global Research Committee, Past President, American Academy of Pediatric Neuropsychology.