About the Effective Listening and Interactive Communication Scale (ELICS)
The ELICS is a formal assessment tool for clinicians to rate their own listening skills. It has 24 items arranged by the four ELICS listening scales (Receptive Listening, Exploratory Listening, Consensus-oriented Listening and Action-oriented listening).
The ELICS is a paper-based questionnaire that measures the extent to which clinicians display listening skills behaviours using a 5-point performance scale (0 = not at all, 1 = rarely, 2 = occasionally, 3 = frequently, and 4 = consistently).
How to access the ELICS
The ELICS measure is available for free download through Flintbox, a third-party site. To directly access the ELICS click here, or visit Holland Bloorview’s Flintbox page via the Bloorview Research Institute Innovations List.
You will be required to set up a Flintbox account (free of charge) and provide your email address. Flintbox will only use your email to confirm your download.