ChARM - The Children's Arm Rehabilitation Measure
The ChARM measures how well children aged between 5 and 16 years old with cerebral plasy complete 21 common activities, using a 21 item questionnaire.
The ChARM measures how well children aged between 5 and 16 years old with cerebral plasy complete 21 common activities, using a 21 item questionnaire. The ChARM is not a mesure of a child's arm or hand ability. This means that if they only have one arm affected by cerebral plasy, they willcomplete some activities more easily than a child who has both arms affected. The ChARM is designed to be completed by the child's parent or guardian using a multiple choice question format.
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- Preston N, Horton M, Levesley M, Mon-Williams M, O'Connor RJ. (2017), Development of a parent-reported questionnaire evaluating upper limb activity limitation in children with cerebral palsy., Physiother Res Int.
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