Green: C-BiLLT implemented and used
Orange: Data collection, validity & reliability are taking place
Red: Data collection, validity & reliability study completed and implementation in preparation
Purple: Validity & reliability study in preparation
Blue: Countries showing interest in bringing the C-BiLLT to their country.

  • Currently, the C-BiLLT has been implemented throughout the Netherlands and the Dutch speaking part of Belgium.
  • Translation, as well as the pilot study of the Norwegian version has been completed. Training and implementation of the Norwegian version was launched in May 2019.
  • In april 2018 the pilot study of the (Canadian) English version of the C-BiLLT has started. Data collection has taken place in the region of Ontaria Canada and completed in 2021. Implementation and training of the C-BiLLT in Canada is in preparation.
  • The validity & reliability study of the Swedish version is currently taking place.
  • The Validity and reliability study of the British-English version has started in December 2021 and will take place until September 2022.
  • The Validity and Reliability study of the Romanian version of the C-BiLLT started in November 2021.
  • The pilot study of the German version started in September 2017 and the validity study is currently taken place. Data collection will take place in the region Oldenburg and Munich.
  • The Validity and Reliability study of the Slovenian version is in preparation.
  • A pilot study of bringing the (Canadian/North American) English version to the USA is in preparation.
  • France and part of Switzerland have shown interest for a French version of the C-BiLLT.
  • Countries such as the  Australia, Spain, Italy, Argentina, Bulgaria, Ukrain, Turkey and Israel have shown interest in bringing the C-BiLLT to their country.

We specifically aim to:
1. Examine the linguistic hierarchy of translated versions of the C-BiLLT and pilot the assessment on typically developing children.
2. Provide reliability and validity ratings of the translated versions of the C-BiLLT in typically developing children.
3. Assess the feasibility of the translated versions of the C-BiLLT on children with severe CP.

Would you like to join us by setting up a C-BiLLT subsidiary in your country? Contact us!