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Neurobehavioral Functioning Inventory

NFI

Neurobehavioral Functioning Inventory (NFI™) helps develop effective treatment plans and measure changes in patients with TBI and other neurological disorders (e.g., stroke, multiple sclerosis).

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  • NFI Complete Kit (Print)
    0158570634 Qualification Level C

    Includes Manual (Print), 25 Family Record Forms (Print), and 25 Patient Record Forms (Print)

    $411.85

    1-4 $411.85
    5-9 $391.26
    10-24 $370.67
    25-50 $350.07
    51+ $329.48
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    Estimated to ship:5-6 weeks
  • NFI Manual (Print)
    0158570642 Qualification Level C

    $262.85

    1-4 $262.85
    5-9 $249.71
    10-24 $236.57
    25-50 $223.42
    51+ $210.28
    Savings are estimated
  • NFI Patient Record Forms Qty 25 (Print)
    0158570650 Qualification Level C

    $154.05

    1-4 $154.05
    5-9 $146.35
    10-24 $138.65
    25-50 $130.94
    51+ $123.24
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    Estimated to ship:5-6 weeks
  • NFI Family Record Forms Qty 25 (Print)
    0158570669 Qualification Level C

    $154.05

    1-4 $154.05
    5-9 $146.35
    10-24 $138.65
    25-50 $130.94
    51+ $123.24
    Savings are estimated

Overview

Publication date:
1999
Age range:
17 to 80 years
Qualification level:
C
Completion time:
30 minutes
Norms:
Percentiles, T Scores

Product Details

NFI is a brief, self-report inventory that can be completed by the patient or family member. Two forms — Patient Record Form and Family Record Form — allow comparison between two perspectives. Items on both forms use a five-point, Likert-type scale to measure the frequency of behaviors exhibited by the patient. 

Benefits

  • Identify areas of greatest and least concern.
  • Write clinical reports and case summaries.
  • Measure change as a function of treatment or natural recovery.

Features

NFI's 76 items are organized into six independent scales reflecting symptoms and problems commonly encountered following the onset of neurological disability:

  • Depression
  • Somatic
  • Memory/Attention
  • Communication
  • Aggression
  • Motor