The Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scale, Second Edition (Vineland™-II), published by Pearson, is a gold standard measure of adaptive functioning in clinical trials of children and special needs adults. Used internationally, this tool measures function in communication, socialization, daily living, and motor skills, and also measures aspects of maladaptive behavior. Traditionally, Vineland-II administration has been limited to paper-and-pencil until recently, when Bracket introduced an advanced eCOA solution that aims to bring better treatments to the market by reliably measuring their effectiveness in clinical research trials.
This Case Study describes how Bracket worked in partnership with the scale publisher to create an electronic version suitable for use in clinical trials. Want to speak to someone at Bracket about this project? Contact us to setup time to talk.