Occupational Therapy International / 2018 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

A Feasibility RCT Evaluating a Play-Informed, Caregiver-Implemented, Home-Based Intervention to Improve the Play of Children Who Are HIV Positive

Table 4

Changes in conventional occupational therapy group ToP item scores over time.

ToP item#Descriptive statisticsFriedman’sPost hoc pairwise comparison
BaselineMidPostBaseline-mid-postBaseline to midBaseline to postMid to post
MedIQRMedIQRMedIQRχ 2χ 2χ 2χ 2

Engaged (E)
Decides (E)
Safety (E)
Mischief (E)
Process (E)
Pretends (E)
Unconventional (E)
Social play (E)
Clowns (E)
Cues (E)
Engaged (I)
Social play (I)
Affect (I)
Object (I)
Engaged (S)
Modifies (S)
Social play (S)
Supports (S)
Initiate (S)
Shares (S)
Cues (S)
Responds (S)
Objects (S)
Transitions (S)

Notes: #Some ToP items were scored “not applicable” for some children; as a result, the following ToP items did not have enough data for analysis: Enters (S), Persists (I), Engages in playful mischief or teasing (S), Pretends (S), Creative (I), Negotiates (S), and Clowns or jokes (S); IQR = interquartile range; Friedman’s two-way ANOVA; post hoc pairwise comparison tests. p: adjusted value after post hoc Dunn-Bonferroni test; —: test did not run as the mean rank values were identical; .