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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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).