Cognition and language


We know it’s important to have the best possible diagnosis of cognitive and language impairments in order to appropriately support clients in the later years.

We want to help clinicians identify issues quickly and accurately so that they can help clients adjust their routines and provide strategies for success.

Cognitive and language impairment assessments
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Language & communication

Western Aphasia Battery-Revised (WAB-R)

Comprehensively assess clinical aspects of
language function in adults with aphasia.

> User level B

Executive functioning

Delis-Kaplan Executive Functioning System (D-KEFS)

Assess key components of executive function within verbal 
and spatial modalities.

> User level C

Boston Diagnostic Aphasia Examination-3 (BDAE-3)

Helps you identify and distinguish among disorders of language function and neurologically recognised aphasic syndromes.


> User levels S and C

Behavioural Assessment of the Dysexecutive Syndrome (BADS)

Assess disorders of planning, organisation and problem 
solving as they are required for everyday life.

> User level B

Cognitive Linguistic Quick Test-Plus (CLQT+)

Quickly measure cognitive and linguistic strengths and weaknesses.

> User level B

 

Hayling & Brixton Tests (HBT)

A quick evaluation of executive functioning.

> User level B

Cognitive ability

Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scales-IV (WAIS-IV)

Measures cognitive ability in adults: the industry standard test measuring adult intelligence.

> User level C

Global cognitive assessments

Cognitive Linguistic Quick Test-Plus (CLQT+)

Quickly measure cognitive and linguistic strengths and weaknesses.

> User level B

Wechsler Abbreviated Scale of Intelligence-II (WASI-II)

A reliable brief measure of intelligence for children and adults.


> User level C

Brief Cognitive Status Exam (BCSE)

Quickly and reliably evaluates global cognitive functioning.



> User level B

 

Repeatable Battery for the Assessment of Neuropsychological Status Update (RBANS)

A brief repeatable battery to measure cognitive decline or improvement across five domains.

> User level B

Cognitive Assessment of Minnesota (CAM)

Designed to provide a hierarchical approach to screening cognitive skills.

> User level B

Kaplan Baycrest Neurocognitive Assessment (KBNA)

Combines behavioural neurology and traditional neuropsychological approaches to assess seven major areas of cognition.

> User level C

Webinars

Watch, learn, ask, participate.

We can provide learning and support in the administration, scoring and interpretation of our assessments. You’ll have room to ask questions and hear from experts. Plus the webinars are free of charge – all you need to do is register below.

It’s about taking the confusion away and supporting the growth of all clinicians, so clients are treated and supported with confidence.

Upcoming
webinars

Past
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19 July

Accurately assessing aphasia:
A review of the Western Aphasia Battery-Revised and the Cognitive Linguistic Quick Test-Plus.

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Screening and assessing
adult executive function.

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Using parallel forms in the assessment of dementia and related disorders.

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Assessing Cognition using the Cognitive Linguistic Quick Test.

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