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ASEBA-PC OABCL/OASR Older Adult (60-90+) Network Module Software

Author(s): Thomas Achenbach
Publisher: ASEBA
SKU code: 792SW
Available for backorder
Qualifications required


The ASEBA Older Adult forms (OABCL and OASR) can greatly improve assessment in a variety of contexts, including psychiatric and psychological evaluations, medical care, assessments following significant life changes (such as loss of a loved one or a move to an assisted living environment) and evaluations before and after planned changes and interventions.

The Older Adult Self-Report (OASR) obtains older adults' self-reports of diverse aspects of adaptive functioning and problems, whilst the Older Adults Behavior Checklist (OABCL) is a parallel form for obtaining reports from people who know the adult well.

ASEBA-PC Software makes it easy to manage data obtained with ASEBA forms, providing easy-to-read profiles of normed scale scores and narrative reports, multicultural options and cross-informant comparisons.

The ASEBA-PC OABCL/OASR Older Adult (60-90+) Network Module Software is a multi-user license for use on a shared network, allowing users to manage data obtained with ASEBA forms (OABCL/60-90+ and OASR/60-90+).

Network Module Software allows users to share a single installation of ASEBA-Network on an intranet server (WAN- Wide Area Networks, are also supported).

System Requirements

Network Module may only be used by computers connected by a network.

For Application Server:

  • Windows Server with IIS 7.5+
  • 2 Cores
  • 2 GB RAM
  • 2 GB free hard drive space.

For Database Server (optional):

  • MS SQL Server Express 2012 +
  • 2 GB RAM
  • 2 Cores
  • 10 GB free hard drive space.

For workstations:

  • Up-to-Date browser (IE 11+, Edge, Firefox (latest), Chrome (latest).

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Author(s): Thomas Achenbach