Account Holders for Riverside Score profile should not create an examiner/staff profile for themselves to utilize the online scoring platform. This is because the Account Holder can engage in all functions in the platform, including those functions that can be engaged in as an examiner. 


Please see below definitions of each role for more information: 


A role is a set of permissions that allows users to perform specific tasks within the Riverside Score application. A user with a given role can perform the tasks associated with that role at his or her level in the organization and below. The following roles are available for the WJ IV:

  • Account Holder — The account holder is the primary contact for Riverside Insights™ and can perform all tasks within the application. An account holder can add examiners and administrators to the system and review the caseload folders of all administrators and examiners within the organization. An account holder can also view all examinees and test records. Only one user may be assigned the account holder role.

  • Examiner — Examiners can add caseload folders, examinees, and test records. They can also enter test scores and create reports. An examiner has access to his or her caseload folders and to those caseload folders that have been shared by other examiners or administrators.

  • Administrator (Admin) — Administrators have all the capabilities of an examiner. In addition, they can add examiners and review the caseload folders of all examiners in the organization.


The following roles are available for the BDI-3:

  • Account Holder — The account holder is the primary contact for Riverside Insights™ and can perform all tasks within the application. An account holder can add staff to the system and review all examinee data in the platform. They also can provide specific permissions to staff in the platform. Only one user may be assigned the account holder role.
  • Staff — Examiners can add examinees and test records. They can also enter test scores and create reports. An examiner has access to his or her examinees, and to children who are available at the locations they are assigned to.