The Lila test
Lila is based on the validated and widely used International Shopping List Test (ISLT), an established assessment of memory that uses a real-world scenario of trying to remember a grocery list. The test has been designed for use in multiple languages and cultures, and for repeat testing over time to identify changes in memory. The ISLT has been used extensively in Alzheimer’s Disease research, including at clinical trial sites in more than 30 countries worldwide.
The test experience
|Using a virtual assistant and natural language processing technology, Lila reads aloud a 12-item shopping list. Users then recall, verbally, as many items as possible. Users go through this process three times, then they pause for a timed delay before again repeating any items they recall.|
|After completing the final recall, users will receive test performance feedback immediately. Results of accuracy for both the learning and recall are displayed. Users can also see a display of performance over time, providing an idea of how their performance might be evolving with regular assessments and providing a personal baseline for future testing.|