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This study explored parents' perceptions of the service quality of two intensive training programmes and the association between perceived service quality and predefined influential factors. Parents of 31 males and 19 females with spastic, dyskinetic, and ataxic cerebral palsy (mean age 8 y 7 mo [SD 3 y 7 mo]; range 3-16 y), and Gross Motor Function(More)
OBJECTIVES To compare the short-term effectiveness of 1 intensive training period in child and youth rehabilitation with Move&Walk conductive education and describe the effects of 1 intensive training period in terms of changes at 1 year. The amount and influence of additional consumption of training during the 1-year follow-up was also analysed. DESIGN(More)
OBJECTIVE To compare the effectiveness of two intensive training-programmes from a professional and parent perspective. To describe and compare the type of expectations of the two intensive training programmes with the self-reported individualized goals. DESIGN Quasi-experimental with two groups. SETTING AND INTERVENTION Traditional health care and(More)
PURPOSE This study evaluated multilevel surgery and rehabilitation with functional measures and health related quality of life (HRQOL) of children and youth with cerebral palsy (CP). In addition this study evaluated parent's satisfaction with care. METHOD A prospective single-subject study with AB design and 2-year follow-up, included 11 children between(More)
PURPOSE The aim was to explore what wants and needs intensive group training (IGT) fulfil for parents of children with cerebral palsy (CP) and what problems that may arise due to participation. METHODS A phenomenograpical approach was used. Semi-structured interviews were conducted to elicit information about what participation means to parents. RESULTS(More)
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