The WhOM is a semi-structured interview/assessment focused on participation outcomes as identified by the participants. In Part I, participants identify their participation outcome goals (i.e. specific things that they want to do and achieve) at home and in the community, and they then rate the importance (Imp) of the goals and satisfaction (Sat) with their performance in reaching their goals. Part II consists of structured questions about their comfort, satisfaction with positioning, and skin breakdown.
This information is intended to be re-tested to:
1) Monitor a participant’s performance (post-intervention or over time);
2) To assist them in participating fully in their lives; and
3) Helping people to choose appropriate seating equipment.
Participation ▶ Mobility
Participation ▶ Community
Participation ▶ Major Life Areas
Participation ▶ General Tasks
Participation ▶ Demands