International Journal of Pediatrics / 2009 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

Development of Items Designed to Evaluate Activity Performance and Participation in Children and Adolescents with Spinal Cord Injury

Table 3

Total number of items and examples for each construct, domain and subdomain.

ConstructDomainSubdomainNumber of itemsChild respondent examplesParent respondent examples

Activity performanceMobilityGeneral mobility25- When sitting, I can turn my head from one side to another. - I can sit on the edge of my bed.- When sitting, my child can turn his or her head from one side to another. - My child can sit on the edge of the bed.

Power mobility24- I can turn my power wheelchair on. - I can move my power wheelchair in a busy hallway with a lot of people.- My child can turn the power wheelchair on. - My child can move the power wheelchair in a busy hallway with a lot of people.

Manual mobility44- I can stop my manual wheelchair. - I can push my manual wheelchair over a small bump in the floor.- My child can stop the manual wheelchair. - My child can push the manual wheelchair over a small bump in the floor.

Ambulation58- Using crutches, I can walk on grass outside. - I can step up a curb.- Using crutches, my child can walk on grass outside. - My child can step up a curb.

Activity PerformanceSelf care98- With my splint I can unzip my jacket. - Including fixing my clothes, set up and clean up, I can complete my bowel program. - I can feed myself soup with a spoon- With my splint my child can unzip a jacket. - Including fixing clothes, set up and clean up, my child can complete his or her bowel program. - My child can feed himself or herself soup with a spoon.

Activity performanceChildren’s areas of occupational performance98- I can make my bed. - Using only one hand, I can use the videogame controller. - I can take a book out of my bookbag.- My child can make the bed. - Using only one hand, my child can use the videogame controller. - My child can take a book out of a bookbag.

ParticipationSelf and friend61- At home I listen to music. - I go places with my family. - I eat lunch with my friends in the school cafeteria. - I try clothes on at the store.- At home my child listens to music. - My child goes places with the family. - My child eats lunch with friends in the school cafeteria. - My child tries clothes on at the store.

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