Child and Adolescent Scale of Environment (CASE) - Home design layout problem indicator

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Child and Adolescent Scale of Environment (CASE) - Home design layout problem indicator
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The indicator relating to the child having a problem with the design or layout of his/her home, 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) - Home design layout problem indicator
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Problem with design and layout of home (Hard to get to places and things, or hard to see or hear important information)
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Definition:
The indicator relating to the child having a problem with the design or layout of his/her home, as part of the Child Adolescent Scale of Environment (CASE)
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1.1
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C50426
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CASEHomeDesLayProbInd
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