ABILHAND-Kids is a questionnaire for assessing hand function in children aged 6-15 years.
It is used to assess the level of motor impairment in children with CP based on their functionality, need for assistive devices and mobility.
VFCS is a tool aimed at the classification of the visual functions that assesses Activity and Participation domains of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF).
The PEDI questionnaire assesses key functionalities and activities of children aged 6 months to 7 years.
Gross Motor Function Measure (GMFM) is a clinical tool designed to assess changes in gross motor functions in children with cerebral palsy.
This test is one of the most commonly used tools for quantifying motor function of the hand.
PBS is a tool to assess a child's balance function in the context of daily tasks.
It is a test for assessing hand function, including dexterity, and determining the dominant hand.
HINE is one of the world's standards for neurological assessment of infants.
In this article you may learn about a system which describes how children with CP use their hands to handle objects in daily activities