Clinical use of the Mayo-Portland Adaptability Inventory in rehabilitation after paediatric acquired brain injury.

@article{Oddson2006ClinicalUO,
  title={Clinical use of the Mayo-Portland Adaptability Inventory in rehabilitation after paediatric acquired brain injury.},
  author={Bruce Oddson and Peter G Rumney and Patricia L. Johnson and Nancy L Thomas-Stonell},
  journal={Developmental medicine and child neurology},
  year={2006},
  volume={48 11},
  pages={918-22}
}
The Mayo-Portland Adaptability Inventory (MPAI; designed to be administered by clinicians) is a popular measure of disability following head injury in adults. Its acceptability, validity, and reliability were assessed for use with children. There were 335 children and adolescents (215 males, 120 females) aged between 1 and 19 years at injury (median age 9y 8mo [SD 5y]) in our sample. The test was acceptable to respondents, rapidly and easily administered, and required only small modifications… CONTINUE READING

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