Outcomes of an Assistive Technology Intervention Among Wheeled Mobility Users
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This paper reports the outcomes of an assistive technology (AT) intervention among seating and mobility clients at an acute rehabilitation hospital between 2002 and 2004. Three instruments, OTFACT, PIADS, and the ATOM, were administered during baseline and assessments made at 1 and 12 months post-intervention. Results showed that the measures were not significantly correlated at baseline, post 1 and post 12 months, indicating the intervention had a dissimilar impact on their respective constructs. Results are discussed in terms of methodological implications for future outcomes studies.
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