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Cognitive Assessment of Minnesota

Product Description

The Cognitive Assessment of Minnesota provides an understanding of the theoretical framework to assess significant areas of cognition. It can be used to establish a base line as well as to validate treatment. The assessment goals include:

  • Screening and evaluating a variety of cognitive skills in a short amount of time
  • Producing easy documentation of cognitive skills and problems.

The assessment is an objective measure that helps standardise the evaluation of clients with cognitive dysfunction.

Within the hierarchy are 17 subtests to measure:

  • Attention span
  • Memory orientation
  • Visual neglect
  • Temporal awareness
  • Recall/recognition
  • Auditory memory and sequencing
  • Simple maths skills
  • Safety and judgement.

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Complete kit:

Includes manual, 8 test cards, 25 score booklets in vinyl case
ISBN:9780761647454
£170.00
£170.00 inc VAT
Available
Score booklets, pack of 25
ISBN:9780761647461
£56.50
£67.80 inc VAT
Available

Key Information

Description

Measure the cognitive abilities of adults with neurological impairments

Author(s)

Ann M Wanttie

Karen S Freeberg

Laureen G Borowick

Margaret L Jungkunz

Ruth A Rustad

Terry L DeGroot

Publication Year

1993

Age Range

Adult

Administration

Individual - less than 60 minutes

Qualification Code

CL3


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