The Allen Cognitive Level Screen is a cognitive-perceptual-motor task that provides an estimate of a person's ability to learn and perform similar tasks and working memory. The Large Allen Cognitive Level Screen is a large form of the ACLS for persons with impaired vision or hand function who have difficulty using the regular ACLS form. Research studies have demonstrated correspondence with ACLS. The ACLS and LACLS is guided by the Standards for Education and Psychological Testing (AERA, 1999).
New to the Allen Cognitive Level Screen is an updated and revised manual (Version 5) for administering both screening tools. New sections include: definition of "functional cognition," history of the cognitive disabilities model, set up of the tools with photos, color-coded administration instructions, revised scoring tables, assigning and interpreting scores, review of published research, and four Appendixes with references and resources for practitioners. Spiral bound notebook comes with a handy, clear plastic pouch to hold your ACLS and LACLS tools.
Complete kit includes ACLS, LACLS, and Verion 5 Manual.