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Code sets for everyday life situations of children aged 0-6 Sleeping, Mealtimes and Play – a study based on the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health for Children and Youth/ Adolfsson, Margareta; Björck-Åkesson, Eva; Lim, Chih-Ing

By: Adolfsson M.
Contributor(s): Björck-Åkesson E | Lim C.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticle Media type: Article Subject(s): Classificació Internacional de Deficiències, etc | Hàbits alimentaris | Infants discapacitats | Joc - Ús terapèutic | SonOnline resources: Accés restringit usuaris EUIT In: BRITISH JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 2013 MAR; 76(3): 127-136Summary: Introduction: The complexity of the Child and Youth version of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health, the ICF-CY, is a challenge for occupational therapists and other professionals in clinical work. Code sets including only essential categories help to make it more user-friendly. Thus far, code sets have been developed to reflect functioning for children in different developmental periods. However, there are no code sets that support screening of participation in everyday life situations and can be used across diagnoses. This exploratory study is the first attempt to develop code sets for preschoolers' (age 0-6 years) everyday life situations. professionals in five interdisciplinary early intervention teams and six parents of children, the study identified content in three code sets: Sleeping, Mealtimes and Play. code sets: Sleeping (12), Mealtimes (21) and Play (30). Findings suggested a professional focus on Environmental factors compared with a parental focus on Body functions. developing code sets to provide a common framework for screening of children's everyday functioning.
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Introduction: The complexity of the Child and Youth version of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health, the ICF-CY, is a challenge for occupational therapists and other professionals in clinical work. Code sets including only essential categories help to make it more user-friendly. Thus far, code sets have been developed to reflect functioning for children in different developmental periods. However, there are no code sets that support screening of participation in everyday life situations and can be used across diagnoses. This exploratory study is the first attempt to develop code sets for preschoolers' (age 0-6 years) everyday life situations. professionals in five interdisciplinary early intervention teams and six parents of children, the study identified content in three code sets: Sleeping, Mealtimes and Play. code sets: Sleeping (12), Mealtimes (21) and Play (30). Findings suggested a professional focus on Environmental factors compared with a parental focus on Body functions. developing code sets to provide a common framework for screening of children's everyday functioning.

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