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OBJECTIVE To examine instrument reliability, validity, factor structure, and conceptual underpinnings of the Community Integration Measure (CIM) with the Community Integration Questionnaire Revised (CIQ-R) and the Satisfaction with Life Scale (SWLS). DESIGN A replication study. SETTING Community living. PARTICIPANTS Ninety-one participants: 51(More)
This study investigated the ability of 6 children with specific language impairment (SLI), ages 8;10 to 12;5 (years; months), to enter and participate in an ongoing dyadic interaction. Performance was compared to that of 6 chronological age-matched (CA) peers and 6 language-similar (LS) peers. All children in the LS and CA groups successfully accessed the(More)
The management of long-term conditions in the older adult population can be challenging and complex. After examining the literature and exploring some common issues, this article uses a reflective case study to demonstrate key findings in the management of hypertension and diabetes in an older adult that can be used to support effective interventions and(More)
The purposes of this article are 1) to compare contrasting ways of documenting pain, 2) to identify the usefulness of information each method provides, and 3) to examine implications for hand therapy. Participants are tracked for 12 months in an ongoing study of Adaptation to Hand Injury that incorporates quantitative measures of both intensity and(More)
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