Child and Adolescent Scale of Environment (CASE) - Inadequate lack of information child diagnosis condition intervention approach indicator

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Child and Adolescent Scale of Environment (CASE) - Inadequate lack of information child diagnosis condition intervention approach indicator
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The indicator relating to there being an inadequate amount or lack of information about the child's diagnosis or condition or interventions or approaches, as part of the Child Adolescent Scale of Environment (CASE)
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Qualified

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Child and Adolescent Scale of Environment (CASE) - Inadequate lack of information child diagnosis condition intervention approach indicator
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Inadequate or lack of information about your child's diagnosis or condition or intervention approaches (e.g., educational, rehabilitation or medical)
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Definition:
The indicator relating to there being an inadequate amount or lack of information about the child's diagnosis or condition or interventions or approaches, as part of the Child Adolescent Scale of Environment (CASE)
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1) Bedell, G. (2004). Developing a follow-up survey focused on participation of children and youth with acquired brain injuries after inpatient rehabilitation. NeuroRehabilitation, 19, 191-205. 2) Bedell, G. (2009). Further validation of the Child and Adolescent Scale of Participation (CASP). Developmental Neurorehabilitation, 12, 342-351. 3) Bedell, G.M., Cohn, E.S., Dumas, H.M. (2005). Exploring parents' use of strategies to promote social participation of school-age children with acquired brain injuries. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 59(3), 273-284. 4) Bedell, G., & Dumas, H. (2004). Social participation of children and youth with acquired brain injuries discharged from inpatient rehabilitation: A follow-up study. Brain Injury, 18, 65-82. 5) Dumas H.M., Bedell, G.M., & Hamill, M.S. (2003). Strategies to promote activity and participation in children and youths with acquired brain injuries. International Journal of Rehabilitation Research, 26(4), 303-307. 6) Galvin, J, Froude, E.H., & McAleer, J. (2010). Children's participation in home, school and community life after acquired brain injury. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 57,118–126. 7) Haley S., Coster, W., Ludlow L., Haltiwanger J., & Andrellos J. (1992). Pediatric Evaluation of Disability Inventory: Development, standardization, and administration manual, version 1.0. Boston, MA: Trustees of Boston University, Health and Disability Research Institute. 8) Khetani, M., Bedell, G. Coster, W., Law, M., & Cousins, M. (in press). Measures of physical, social and attitudinal environmental factors for children with disabilities. In A. Majnemer (Ed.), Measures of outcomes and their determinants or children and youth with developmental disabilities, London: Mac Kieth Press. 9) McCauley, S.R, Wilde, E.A., Anderson, V., Bedell, G., Beers, S.R., … & Yeates, K.O. (in press). Recommendations for the use of common outcome measures on pediatric traumatic brain injury research. Journal of Neurotrauma. 10) McDougall, J., Wright, V., Schmidt, J., Miller, L., & Lowry, K. (2011). Applying the ICF framework to study changes in quality-of-life in children with chronic conditions. Developmental Neurorehabilitation, 14(1), 41-53. 11) Sherwin, E., Whiteneck, G., Corrigan, J., Bedell, G., Brown, M., … Kreutzer, J. (2006). Domains of a TBI minimal data set: Community reintegration phase. Brain Injury, 20(4), 383-389. 12) Weintraub, N., Rot, I, Shoshani, N., Pe'er, J., & Weintraub, M. (2011). Participation in daily activities and quality of life in survivors of retinoblastoma. Pediatric Blood Cancer, 56, 590-594. 13) Wells, R, Minnes, P, & Phillips, M. (2090). Predicting social and functional outcomes for individuals sustaining paediatric traumatic brain injury. Developmental Neurorehabilitation, 12, 2-23. 14) Whiteneck, G.G, Harrison-Felix, C.L., Mellick, D.C., Brooks, C.A., Charlifue, S.B., & Gerhart, K.A. (2004). Quantifying environmental factors: A measure of physical, attitudinal, service, productivity and policy barriers. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 85, 1324-1335. 15) World Health Organization [WHO] (2001). International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health. Geneva: World Health Organization. 16) World Health Organization [WHO] (2007). International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health – Children and Youth Version. Geneva: World Health Organization.

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C50444
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CASEInaLacInfChiDiaConIntApInd
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