Social dimensions to functional gain in pediatric patients.

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Rehabilitation hospitals recognize the need for holistic patient care and employ professionals who are concerned with the social dimensions of functional independence. However, there have been few empirical studies of the relationship between social variables and functional gain. Functional assessment data for 66 pediatric patients admitted to an inpatient… (More)

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@article{Clydesdale1990SocialDT, title={Social dimensions to functional gain in pediatric patients.}, author={Timothy T. Clydesdale and Iqbal Fahs and Karl M Kilgore and Mark L. Splaingard}, journal={Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation}, year={1990}, volume={71 7}, pages={469-72} }