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  1. Barthel ADL Index
    • • Population: Neuromuscluar or musculoskel
    • • ICF area: Activity Limitations
    • • Pros: Simple, time efficient, correlates well with FIM
    • • Cons: self report – geriatrics overestimate their abilities, less effective for chronic patients
  2. Fugl-Meyer
    • • Population: CVA
    • • ICF area: Body structure & function
    • • Pros: reliable, easy to administer, minimal training needed
    • • Cons: lacks guidelines for each test, distal fine motor functions underrepresented, UE scores more heavily weighted than LE
  3. Stroke Rehab Assessment of movement measure (STREAM)
    • • Population: CVA
    • • ICF area: body structure & function, activity limitations
    • • Pros: encompasses UE, LE and basic mobility, short
    • • Cons: various CVA presentations – all may not be measured adequately, dec. cognition may lead to skewed scores, does not assess functional performance.
  4. Chedoke-McMaster Stroke Assessment
    • • Population: CVA, SCI, TBI
    • • ICF area: body structure and function, activity Limitations
    • • Pros: measures change in disability, not solely impairments, works to standardize brunnstrom stages
    • • Cons: not valid for acute CVA, long, many materials req.
  5. Name: Stroke Impact Scale (SIS)
    • • Population: CVA,
    • • ICF area: activity limitations, participation
    • • Pros: short, insight to impact on health and QOL
    • • Cons: must be cognitively intact
  6. FIM
    • • Population: any and all
    • • ICF area: activity limitations
    • • Pros: standardized, excellent reliability, appropriate for pts at all levels
    • • Cons: must be trained to administer, time consuming
  7. Postural Assessment Scale for Stroke Patients (PASS)
    • • Population: CVA
    • • ICF area: Body Structure and Function, Activity limitations
    • • Pros: postural performance post-CVA are an important indicator for long term prognosis of gait, excellent sensitivity, assesses more than BERG
    • • Cons: validity poor after 1 yr post-CVA
  8. Trunk Impairment Scale
    • • Population: CVA, CP, MS, Parkinson’s, TBI
    • • ICF area: Body structure and function, Activity limitations
    • • Pros: highly reliable, time efficient, free
    • • Cons: large ceiling effect for acute CVA & PD, patient needs to be able to follow commands.

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