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Pediatric Spinal Cord Injury Activity Measure (PEDI-SCI AM)
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Classification
Exploratory: Spinal Cord Injury (SCI)-Pediatric (age 4 and over for parent report version; age 8–21 for child report version)
Short Description of Instrument
Parent and child reported outcome instruments of daily routines (play, self-care, chores\work and school), ambulation, manual and powered mobility. They are specifically developed for pediatric SCI; can be administered as a computer adaptive test or short form.
Comments/Special Instructions
These instruments are linked with the SCI-Functional Index (SCI-FI) so that scores between the pediatric and adult measures can be compared as youth transition from pediatric instruments to adult instruments.
References
Bent LM, Mulcahey MJ, Kelly EH, Calhoun CL, Tian F, Ni P, Vogel LC and Haley SM. Validity of computer adaptive tests of daily routines for youth with spinal cord injury. Top Spinal Cord Inj Rehabil. 2013; 19(2): 104–113.
 
Slavin M, Mulcahey MJ, Vogel LC, Calhoun Thielen C, Jette AM. Development and validation of short forms of activity for youth with SCI. Spinal Cord 2016; 54: 546–552.
 
Slavin MD, Mulcahey MJ, Calhoun Thielen C, Ni P, Vogel LC, Haley SM, Jette AM. Measuring activity limitation outcomes in youth with spinal cord injury. Spinal Cord. 2016;54(7):546–552.
 
Tian F, Ni P, Mulcahey MJ, Hambleton RK, Tulsky D, Haley SM and Jette AM. Tracking functional status across the spinal cord injury lifespan: linking pediatric and adult patient-reported outcome scores. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2014; 95(11): 2078–2085.e2015.
 
Varni JW, Seid M, and Rode CA. The PedsQL: measurement model for the pediatric quality of life inventory." Med Care. 1999; 37(2): 126–139.
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