Measurement of community ambulation after stroke: current status and future developments.

@article{Lord2005MeasurementOC,
  title={Measurement of community ambulation after stroke: current status and future developments.},
  author={Susan E Lord and Lynn Rochester},
  journal={Stroke},
  year={2005},
  volume={36 7},
  pages={1457-61}
}
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE This report considers the measurement of community ambulation for people with stroke. The conceptual issues underlying measurement of community ambulation are reviewed, and tests that measure either the task itself or at least some of its components are identified and discussed. CONCLUSIONS The findings from this review suggest that although some progress has been made toward identifying community ambulation as a stand-alone entity, reliable and valid measures have not… CONTINUE READING

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