This assessment measures how well the affected hand is used in conjunction with the non-affected hand to accomplish bimanual activities. Extensive training and certification is required in order to perform this assessment.
Individualized, client-centered outcome measure in which individuals identify personal goals based on restrictions in everyday living performance. These goals are rated in terms of importance, performance and satisfaction with performance.
This observational assessment measures quality of movement in both upper extremities. Results are divided into four categories which include: dissociated movements, grasps, weight bearing and protective extension.
This app can help “provide effective, goal-directed upper limp therapy for young children with cerebral palsy”. By selecting certain criteria, the app will help match toys or activities that are perfectly suited to your child’s therapeutic needs!
Designed for children with mild to moderate impairment of the hemiplegic hand, with active shoulder, elbow and wrist movements. All children must be independent ambulators without the use of assistive devices.