The Cognitive Linguistic Quick Test (CLQT) enables you to quickly determine severity ratings for five primary domains of cognition (attention, memory, executive functions, language and visuospatial skills) and a Composite Severity Rating for adults with known or suspected neurological impairment due to strokes, head injury or dementia.
CLQT's ten tasks tap specific cognitive skills within a short period and with relatively simple administration and scoring procedures. The ten tasks are:
- Personal Facts
- Symbol Cancellation
- Confrontation Naming
- Clock Drawing
- Story Retelling
- Symbol Traits
- Generative Naming
- Design Memory
- Design Generation.
Use CLQT results to target areas for direct treatment or everyday management of impaired skills, identify the need for more in-depth testing, or help determine a different diagnosis. The full test can be administered at a table or bedside, as long as the patient can sit up and use a pen.
Special effort was made to create some tasks with minimal language demands to assist in evaluating the cognitive functions of examinees with language disorders such as aphasia.
Coming Soon - New 2017 Supplement!
- New study completed on using this test for people with aphasia
- Two new domains when you complete an administration for people with aphasia: Non-Linguistic Cognition and Aphasia Severity
- Updated summary and scoring pages
- Manual supplement with data set and interpretation details