For Psychologists

Making the most of those Golden Years

NHS Mood self-assessment

 

Mental Health

 (Alzheimer’s and Dementia)

mental-health

Cognitive decline can have a devastating effect on our aging population and their loved ones. However, with early identification the impact can be reduced with correct identification of strengths and needs.

Pearson offers healthcare practitioners access to assessment tools such as screening for dementia, functional memory assessments etc to help identify  areas of need, and potential strategies to optimise participation, identify support needs, or determine appropriate living settings. 

 

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Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale - Fourth UK Edition (WAIS-IV UK)

WAIS Adult Intelligence Scale

In recognition of emerging demographic and clinical trends, the WAIS-IVUK was developed to provide you with the most advanced measure of cognitive ability in adolescents and adults aged 16 years to 90 years 11 months and results you can trust when addressing the changing clinical landscape. 

 

Wechsler Abbreviated Scale of Intelligence - Second Edition (WASI-II)

wasi2

This test provides a brief, reliable measure of cognitive ability for use in clinical, educational and research settings. This revision maintains the format and structure of the WASI while offering new content and improvements such as clinical utility and efficiency.

 

Wechsler Memory Scale - Fourth UK Edition (WMS-IV UK)

Wechsler Memory Scale - Fourth UK Edition

The Wechsler Memory Scale – Fourth UK Edition (WMS–IVUK) is an individually administered assessment of memory and working memory in individuals aged 16 years to 90 years 11 months. The WMS–IVUK also contains a brief evaluation of cognitive status. 

  

Rookwood Driving Battery (RDB)

Rookwood Driving Battery

This test is designed to assess basic cognitive functions essential for safe driving, including visual perception, praxis skills, and executive function. It will help therapists involved in driving assessment or those working in older adult and neurology services.

 

 
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