This worksheet provides a format for identifying and describing the adaptations that a child will use in typical routines and activities throughout the day and that will be available for gathering information for the DRDP (2015) assessment.
News and Updates
This interactive timeline describes the process of observing, documenting, rating, and submitting DRDP (2015) data for special education.
This document describes the findings of the 2014-15 Interrater Agreement Study conducted by the Desired Results Access Project. The study investigated rating agreements between pairs of special education assessors who independently rated the DRDP (2015) for the same child within the same time period.
An interactive module illustrating the measures of the DRDP (2015). Each measure of the DRDP (2015) describes a developmental continuum, ranging from earlier development to later development. There are three types of continua.
The California Department of Education and the Desired Results Access Project are pleased to announce that the revised Desired Results Developmental Profile (DRDP), the DRDP (2015), is now available.
The DRDP (2015)
- is for use with all children birth to 5, including those with IEPs and IFSPs;
- replaces all previous versions of the DRDP, including the DRDP access;
- is available in two views: the Infant/Toddler View, for use with infants and toddlers, and the Preschool View, for use with preschool-age children.