Central Assessment Lending Library

A Resource for Psychoeducational Assessment for Children Birth Through Adolescence

The purpose of the Central Assessment Lending Library (CALL) is to supplement psychoeducational assessment services provided by Michigan school districts for children from birth through adolescence who have low-incidence disabilities, including those with:

  • Autism
  • Deaf or Hard of Hearing
  • Motor impairment
  • Severe cognitive impairment / Multiple impairments
  • Visual impairment


CALL provides tests, rating scales, and instructional materials appropriate for use with children from birth through adolescence who have low-incidence disabilities, as well as consultation on planning assessments and interpreting results.

The areas covered include:

  • Academic Achievement
  • Adaptive Behavior
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Cognitive Development
  • Deaf or Hard of Hearing
  • Early Childhood Development
  • Language Development
  • Materials Available in Spanish
  • Motor Impairment
  • Severe Cognitive Impairment/Multiple Impairment
  • Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Development
  • Visual Impairment or Blindness
  • Other


Daniel DrevonDaniel Drevon, Ph.D.​, Director

Daniel Drevon is a School Psychology Faculty Member at Central Michigan University. His interests include psychoeducational assessment and intervention based on the principles of applied behavior analysis

Sandra MorganSandra Morgan, Ph.D.

Sandra K. Morgan is a School Psychology Faculty Member at Central Michigan University. She completed her predoctoral internship at Children's Seashore House, Children's Hospital of ​Philadelphia in 1995 focusing on assessment and treatment of behavior and learning problems presenting in children. Upon completion of internship, she worked within hospital-based clinic for pediatric behavior problems. Dr. Morgan also worked for three years as a school psychologist in a public scho​ol setting prior to joining the faculty at CMU in 2000.