Texas Functional Living Scale


Texas Functional Living Scale (TFLS) provides an ecologically valid, performance-based screening tool to help identify the level of care an individual requires. 

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  • Kits

    Starter & complete kits, print & digital

    2 options

    from $180.00
  • Test forms & reports

    Booklets, record forms, answer sheets, report usages & subscriptions

    1 option

    from $91.60
  • Support materials

    Manuals, stimulus books, replacement items & other materials

    4 options

    from $19.40
  • All products

    All tests & materials offered for TFLS

    7 options

    from $19.40
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  • TFLS Complete Kit
    0158790006 Qualification Level A

    In stock $180.00

  • Brief Cognitive Status Exam and TFLS Combination Kit
    0158896890 Qualification Level B

    In stock $312.50

  • TFLS Q-global Examiner’s Manual (Digital)
    A103000232647 Qualification Level A

    In stock $91.60

  • TFLS Examiners Manual
    0158790014 Qualification Level A

    In stock $91.60

  • TFLS Record Form and Response Booklet (pad)
    0158790022 Qualification Level A

    Pkg of 25 of each

    In stock $91.60

  • TFLS Stimulus Cards
    0158790030 Qualification Level A

    Pkg of 2

    In stock $19.40

  • TFLS Phone Book
    0158790049 Qualification Level A

    Pkg of 5

    In stock $31.20


Age range:

16:0–90:0 years old

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Qualification level:



T-Score and Cumulative Percentages

Scoring options:

Manual scoring

Product Details

Brief and easy to use, the TFLS is well-suited for use in assisted living and nursing home settings. It is used by a range of professionals, including neuropsychologists and clinical psychologists, social workers, and pharmaceuticals researchers.


  • Support diagnostic work-ups, placement decisions, treatment planning, evaluation of treatment outcomes, and monitoring of disease progression.
  • Focus primarily on skills likely to be affected by cognitive decline (particularly useful with individuals suffering from dementia).
  • Links to and is standardized with the WAIS-IV and WMS-IV.


TFLS helps measure an individual’s ability in four functional domains:

  • Time: ability to use clocks and calendars
  • Money and Calculation: ability to count money and write checks
  • Communication: ability to make a snack and use phones and phone books
  • Memory: ability to remember simple information and to take medications


The following research provides further detail of TFLS.


Comparison of TFLS and the WMS-IV Fourth Edition Mild Alzheimer Disease Sample



The following training events are available for TFLS. 

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