ACTIVLIM-CP specific to children with cerebral palsy

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  1. Introduction



The online analysis converts the raw scores to the ACTIVLIM questionnaire into a linear measure of activity limitations. The analysis is powered by RUMM Laboratory according to the calibration of the scale established for children and adults with neuromuscular disorders.

Users are responsible for the quality of the data submitted. The data is not copied or saved in any way during the analysis process. Therefore, each individual user remains the sole owner of the data submitted on this web site. The administrators of this web site are not responsible for the analysis results, although they guarantee that the analysis complies with the most appropriate scientific procedures to their knowledge.

The online analysis service is available for FREE for the moment, although analysis fees may be asked in the future in order to cover development costs.

Thank you for your trust,

The team.

English - Order 1
1. Dressing up own upper body
2. Zipping up an outdoor jacket
3. Zipping up a pair of trousers
4. Closing velcro fasteners shoes
5. Putting on socks
6. Rolling-up the sleeves of a sweater
7. Putting on a cap
8. Remove an open outdoor jacket
9. Taking off a hat/a cap
10. Unbuttoning a shirt/a cardigan
11. Washing own upper body (correctly)
12. Clipping own toe nails
13. Wiping own nose
14. Brushing own teeth
15. Brushing/Combing own hair
16. Remove the cap of a toothpaste tube
17. Putting back a pair of trousers after having used the toilet
18. Spreading toothpaste on a toothbrush
19. Standing up from the toilet
20. The child is completely independant in toilet activity (dressing up, wiping, flushing the toilet)
21. Peeling a potatoe with a peeler
22. Eating a sandwich/slice of bread
23. Unwrapping a candy ( )
24. Spinning off a bottle cap
25. Taking a spoon with mashed potatoes and bring it to the mouth (without dropping it)
26. Piercing meat and using a fork to bring it to the mouth
27. Riding a tricycle
28. Opening a car door
29. Manoeuvring an electric wheelchair
30. Turning ownself in a confined space
31. Walking with a k-walker or a walking frame
32. Climbing on a small ladder
33. Lifting a grocery bag (1kg)
34. Putting back plates in a cupboard
35. Hanging clothes on a washing line
36. Opening and closing a tap
37. Taking coins out from a pocket
38. Opening and closing a fridge
39. Turning a key in a lock
40. Wrapping a present
41. Rolling a die
42. Switching on/off a light button (general switch, power switch of computer or television)
43. Playing with both hands while standing