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Arizona Battery for Cognitive-Communication Disorders (ABCD-2), 2nd Ed. Kathryn A. Bayles and Cheryl K. Tomeoda A standardized test battery for the comprehensive assessment and screening of clients suspected of having mild to moderate neurocognitive disorders, including mild cognitive impairment, dementia, and traumatic brain injury. Test contains 17 brief subtests that evaluate five domains: Mental Status, Episodic Memory, Language Expression, Language Comprehension, and Visuospatial Construction. Four optional screening tasks determine whether participants’ limitations with vision, reading, and other difficulties will impact their ABCD-2 performance. Detailed instructions for administering the test were added to the examiner record booklet to increase ease of use. Several subtests can also be used for screening for mild cognitive impairment and dementia when time does not permit administering the complete battery. Test results can be used to screen for neurocognitive disorders; to identify the strengths and weaknesses of individuals with MCI, dementia, or head injury; to plan treatment; to serve as a baseline measure for tracking response to drug and behavioral therapies; and to counsel personal and professional caregivers.
Contains: examiner’s manual, 25 examiner record booklets, 25 examinee response booklets, Stimulus Books A and B, Test Stimuli, laminated scoring and interpreting card, and storage box