CHEDOKE ARM AND HAND ACTIVITY INVENTORY PDF

Click on the database link to run the search. Research Program. The purpose of this measure is to evaluate the functional ability of the paretic arm and hand to perform tasks that have been identified as important by individuals following a stroke. Administration times vary with the selected version approximately minutes.

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Click on the database link to run the search. Research Program. The purpose of this measure is to evaluate the functional ability of the paretic arm and hand to perform tasks that have been identified as important by individuals following a stroke. Administration times vary with the selected version approximately minutes.

Format : 1 videodisc 55 min. Assessment Tools: Chedoke arm and hand activity inventory CAHAI The assessment tool collection encompasses all assessments that are used in medical rehabilitation with a primary focus on physical therapy and occupational therapy.

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Assessment Tools: Chedoke arm and hand activity inventory (CAHAI)

Background and Purpose. The Chedoke Arm and Hand Activity Inventory CAHAI is a new, validated upper-limb measure that uses a 7-point quantitative scale in order to assess functional recovery of the arm and hand after a stroke. One hundred five people with upper-limb dysfunction following a stroke were stratified into 2 impairment groups mild to moderate and severe , which were expected to change by different amounts. Receiver operating characteristic curves, Pearson product moment coefficient of correlation, and regression analyses were used. Discussion and Conclusion. Phys Ther. Compromised upper-limb functional status plays a prominent role in the degree of disability experienced by people who have had a stroke.

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Chedoke Arm and Hand Activity Inventory (CAHAI)

The Chedoke Arm and Hand Activity Inventory CAHAI was developed to address the need for a valid, clinically relevant, responsive functional assessment of the recovering paretic upper limb. The purpose of this article is to describe the development of the measure including its theoretical constructs, item generation, and item selection. From the literature, survivors of stroke, and their caregivers, items were generated. Using factor analyses stem leaf plots, clinical judgment, and pilot testing on individuals with stroke, the list was reduced to 13 bilateral, real-life items.

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Purpose: The Chedoke Arm and Hand Activity Inventory-9 CAHAI-9 is an activity-based assessment developed to include relevant functional tasks and to be sensitive to clinically important changes in upper limb function. The aim of this study was to explore both therapists' and clients' views on the clinical utility of CAHAI-9 within 14 days of stroke. Method: Twenty-one occupational therapists actively working in stroke settings were recruited by convenience sampling from 8 hospitals and participated in semistructured focus groups. Five clients within 14 days of stroke were recruited by consecutive sampling from 1 metropolitan hospital and participated in structured individual interviews. The transcripts were analyzed thematically. Results: Six themes emerged from the focus groups and interviews: collecting information, decisions regarding client suitability, administration and scoring, organizational demands, raising awareness, and clients' perceptions of CAHAI-9 utility. All therapists agreed CAHAI-9 was suited for the stroke population and assisted identification of client abilities or difficulties within functional contexts.

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