Free attention assessment tool for your school.
Register your interest for Tali Detect, the first digital ATTENTION assessment tool specifically designed for early childhood intervention. Launching later in 2019, be the first to take advantage of a special introductory, no cost offer and get early access to this evidence based Australian technology.
Introducing Tali Detect. Launching late 2019.
Tali Detect is the first digital ATTENTION assessment tool designed to screen children globally for potential attention deficits.
Digital Assessment Tool
Seven engaging, game-based activities delivered in the classroom via a touchscreen tablet.
One In-Class Session
Fun and simple program completed in-class in a single 20-minute session.
Reporting to help assess whether a child may benefit from professional attention support or intervention.
129 million children globally have severe attention deficits. Many hundreds of millions more are never assessed or diagnosed. Let’s help them get the support they need.
Studies have shown that the most commonly reported childhood issues are related to attention. Deficiencies in attention can have a detrimental impact on a child’s education, social inclusions and general wellbeing. At Tali, we’re on a mission to detect signs of inattention in children early so they can access professional support and intervention during their critical years of development.
*Source: General Prevalence of ADHD, CHADD
Receive detailed reporting and assessment for every student.
Tali Detect Child Report.
After completing Tali Detect, your school will receive a detailed report and assessment for each student. This report outlines child performance in each of the seven exercises of Tali Detect.Download a sample Tali Detect Attention Assessment Report
Tali Attention Profile.
As part of the report, each child will receive their own unique attention profile. Here, child performance for each key attention skill is plotted against what is considered to be the average result for a child of their age and gender.
*Based on neurotypical children assessed in clinical trial, removing effect of gender and age.
This is Whizz the Wombat. He lives in a burrow and is really hungry. Let’s feed Whizz together!
Key attention skill: This exercise is designed to measure a child’s visual reaction time.
Sort the Blocks
The magic pictures have been jumbled up and we need your help. Let’s sort them into piles for the Tali’s.
Key attention skill: This exercise is designed to measure a child’s ability to switch between tasks.
Look for Lobsters
Use the submarine lights to find all the lobsters on the ocean floor. Make sure you only press the lobsters!
Key attention skill: This exercise is designed to measure a child’s ability to seek out visual targets.
Find the Frog
The forest is home to lots of creatures. Our friends Foggy the frog and Lulu the ladybug live in the forest.
Key attention skill: This exercise is designed to measure a child’s ability to monitor information.
Scan the Sky
Nova is a bright yellow star who has gotten lost in the space galaxy. Can you help find Nova?
Key attention skill: This exercise is designed to measure a child’s ability to asses whether a target is present on screen.
Help the Tali’s make jam by sorting the fruit in the factory. Just make sure you don’t use the Watermelon to make jam!
Key attention skill: This exercise is designed to measure a child’s ability to inhibit a response.
Don’t Pat the Pig
Lots of animals live on Happy Valley farm, except for Puddles the Pig. Help herd all the farm animals into the barn.
Key attention skill: This exercise is designed to measure a child’s ability to remain focused on a task.