3 pages of commands to practice following instructions. These were also made to have NON-LINGUISTIC commands so that you can test auditory comprehension without interference from language impairment. The last 10 commands of each page have a linguistic component so that you can compare performance between the two types of commands and determine if following instructions is affected by impaired language output or if the person is having trouble on the comprehension side.
There are 76 one step commands, 50 two-step commands, and 50 three-step commands.
Originally made of adults who have aphasia, these instructions were made to be mindful that sitting on the floor and jumping may be inappropriate due to mobility constraints. Most commands are made for those who primarily will be sitting (though a couple still do include standing or taking a steps, which can be skipped or modified)