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Barthel Index (BI)


one of the oldest developed measures of basic activities of daily living originally developed to assess the severity of disability in personal care and mobility in stroke patients. [...]

Barthel Index (BI)2022-07-20T08:13:18-07:00

Canadian Occupational Performance Measure (COPM)


The Canadian Occupational Performance Measure (COPM) is a clinician-administered interview style questionnaire which measures the client’s self-perception of occupational performance. The client is asked to identify a number [...]

Canadian Occupational Performance Measure (COPM)2022-07-20T08:17:47-07:00

Frenchay Activities Index (FAI)


assesses frequency of performing Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL). includes items that reflect the patient’s behavior in the areas of domestic chores, leisure/work, and outdoor activities. A [...]

Frenchay Activities Index (FAI)2022-07-20T08:27:27-07:00

Functional Independence Measure (FIM)


Often considered the gold standard for assessing basic activities of daily living (ex. self care). Consists of two subscales: motor and socio-cognitive. Clinical Considerations Though it is the [...]

Functional Independence Measure (FIM)2022-07-20T08:45:44-07:00

Needs Assessment Checklist (NAC)


The Needs Assessment Checklist (NAC) is an interview-based assessment, measuring patient perception of independence in a range of tasks from 9 SCI-specific rehabilitation domains: activities of daily living [...]

Needs Assessment Checklist (NAC)2022-07-18T15:47:05-07:00
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