Interest Survey includes a 128-item activity inventory
and a 26-item questionnaire focusing upon the client's
leisure interests and patterns of participation.
an activity mini-encyclopedia
provides facts and fun information about each of the
128 activities. It provides a Leisure Education resource
to the clients as they do the assessment.
software has easy to use menus and prompts to guide
you or a client through the program. Each program
disk has an Electronic Manual with which you can learn
how to use LIS. With this manual, you may even printout
a hard copy of the manual. For those who wants a bound
version of the manual, you can order the manual separately.
can be used by client as well as the therapist
either the client or the therapist to input client
scores. If the client is using the program, LIS requires
a continuation code from the therapist so that the
client cannot explore the remainder of the program
and view other client's confidential scores.
scores are inputted into the LIS program, you can
generate a report that is medical-chart ready. You
can also printout a feedback sheet that you can give
to your client and assist him or her in planning their
leisure plan. See sample report printout.
base maintains records and generates useful reports
can you quickly search and printout individual client
records, you can generate a report of all clients
in your database or a report of clients with specific
disabilities. With this report, you can determine
primary interests of clients within a specified age
range and disabilities. Use this report in helping
you with program planning decisions and in justifying
programming decisions to accrediting bodies such as
JCAHO or Medicare.
LIS you will need a minimum of a 286-MHz IBM compatible
computer with DOS 3.1 or higher. LIS will run from
Windows 3.1 or Windows 95/98/2000.
does LIS Cost?