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Box and Block Test (BBT)


A measure of manual dexterity that requires repeatedly moving 1-inch blocks from one side of a box to another in 60 seconds. Commonly used in the stroke [...]

Box and Block Test (BBT)2022-07-25T13:10:37-07:00

Clinical Outcome Variables Scale (COVS)


Tool Description Measure of mobility that has been applied to specific diagnostic groups such as stroke, traumatic brain injury, amputations, and musculoskeletal injuries in a variety of settings [...]

Clinical Outcome Variables Scale (COVS)2022-07-15T11:36:43-07:00

Functional Standing Test (FST)


Assesses an individual’s ability to perform one handed reaching tasks while standing. Consists of 21 tasks which involve performing both gross and fine motor skills; crossing midline; and [...]

Functional Standing Test (FST)2022-07-25T14:19:13-07:00

Grasp and Release Test (GRT)


Designed to assess hand neuro-prosthesis in individuals with C5-C6 SCIs, but has also been used to assess hand function prior to and following tendon transfers in people with [...]

Grasp and Release Test (GRT)2022-07-25T14:28:10-07:00

Hand-Held Myometer


a portable device used as a quantitative method of muscle contraction (primarily for upper limb). Testing is performed using one of two techniques, 1) make or 2) break. [...]

Hand-Held Myometer2022-07-25T14:38:15-07:00

Jebsen Hand Function Test (JHFT)


Developed to provide a standardized and objective evaluation of fine and gross motor hand function using simulated activities of daily living. Items to be performed on both the [...]

Jebsen Hand Function Test (JHFT)2022-07-25T14:42:08-07:00

Modified Functional Reach Test (mFRT)


The FRT was originally designed as a simple reach test designed to assess standing balance. This modified version is designed to assess sitting balance in individuals with SCI [...]

Modified Functional Reach Test (mFRT)2022-07-25T14:46:18-07:00

Quadriplegia Index of Function (QIF)


Developed in 1980 to provide a functional assessment that would be useful in documenting the small but clinically significant gains made by quadriplegics throughout in-patient rehabilitation. Assesses 10 [...]

Quadriplegia Index of Function (QIF)2022-07-22T11:43:06-07:00
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