American Printing House provides both the Braille and Large Print Editions of the WJ IV.
The large print and braille adaptations are comprised of all three WJ IV print batteries: Tests of Achievement, Tests of Cognitive Abilities, and Oral Language.
Hours: Monday–Friday 8:00am–8:00pm EST
The braille kit contains everything an examiner would need to complete the assessment, however examiners are heavily encouraged to have a print copy of the WJ IV (sold by Riverside Insights) accessible for reference and administration cues. Note that Form A of the WJ IV ACH is needed in print form if the examiner desires to have that as a reference. Examiners may be able to check with the school psychologists in their district or agency to find a print copy. The assessment is required to be administered by a school psychologist and it is likely they already have access to a Riverside Insight's copy.
As for resources, you may want to view both the Marnee Loftin and Lynne Jaffee webinars below:
Lynne’s on Woodcock Johnson IV
Marnee on collaborative assessment with school psychologist and TVI like needed with WJ-IV
Large Print Edition:
It is required to purchase Form A of the WJ IV ACH, in addition to the WJ IV COG, and WJ IV OL print materials sold by Riverside Insights, to administer the Large Print Edition of the WJ IV. The large print kit only includes the student large print materials.
Training Recommendations by APH:
APH Recommends that the administrator have approved professional development training in administering the original print WJ IV tests. Examiners must meet the qualifications for administering this assessment.