Cognitive Speech-Language Inventory

$14.99

The Cognitive Speech-Language Inventory (C.S-L.I) is designed to assess cognitive-communication skills and speech-language abilities. This tool can be used to help rapidly plug-in client data into current medical information systems. Speech-language therapists and professionals may use this assessment tool in its entirety or complete subsections based on client abilities and cognitive-communication needs. This assessment may guide professionals in identifying need for further testing within specific domains or may be used independently to generate real-world functional goals for speech therapy. Although this evaluation was generated and has been tested by medical SLPs in sub-acute rehabilitation and skilled nursing settings, no standardized data has been collected.

C.S-L.I Sections:

Receptive Language

    • Auditory Comprehension
      • Verbal ID Level
      • Yes/No Questions
      • Following Directions
      • Open Ended Questions
      • Conversation
      • Gestures
    • Reading Comprehension
      • Comprehension Level
      • Signs/Symbols

Expressive Language

    • Verbal Expression
      • Automatic Speech
      • Repetition
      • Naming Objects
      • Responsive Naming
      • Making Needs Known
      • Conversation
      • Speech Characteristics
    • Written Expression
      • Expression Level

Cognition 

    • Pragmatic Skills
    • Attention
      • Selective
      • Alternating
      • Divided
    • Orientation
    • Problem Solving
    • Memory – Short & Long Term
    • Executive Function
      • Sequencing
      • Thought Organization

Motor Speech

    • Motor Speech
      • Resonance
      • Prosody
      • Articulation
      • Intelligibility
    • Voice
      • Sustained Phonation
      • Intensity
      • Quality

Description

Includes a patient inventory form (21 pages) and stimulus book (96 pages); downloadable and printable, but real objects are not included.

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