Allen Cognitive Level Screen

Al·len Cog·ni·tive Lev·el Screen

(al'ĕn kog'ni-tiv lev'ĕl skrēn)
occupational therapy A tool for assessing the ability to perform visual-motor tasks through the application of cognitive skills such as deduction, planning, and problem solving; consists of three leather-lacing exercises.

Allen Cognitive Level Screen

A standardized method of assessing information processing based on a theory that postulates six levels of cognitive function. It is used widely by occupational therapists.
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MacKenzie, "Allen Cognitive Level Screen for the classification of subjects treated for addiction," Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 2016.
Riska-Williams, Manual for the Allen Cognitive Level Screen-5 (ACLS-5) and Large Allen Cognitive Level Screen (LACLS-5), CA-ACLS and LACLS Committee, Camarillo, Calif, USA, 2007.
LR met with the patient and her daughter, obtained an occupational profile (the patient's occupational history and experiences, patterns of daily living, interests values and needs; AOTA, 2014, S10) and implemented the Allen Cognitive Level Screen (standardized cognitive screen) (Allen, Earhart, & Blue, 1995).