Measurement Characteristics and Clinical Utility of the ABILHAND-Kids Among Children With Neuromuscular Conditions

      Children with neuromuscular conditions often experience upper limb functional deficits. Standardized measurement is essential in monitoring outcomes of treatment and to track progression of the disorder.1 ABILHAND-Kids is a parent-report questionnaire measuring manual ability, defined as the capacity to use upper limbs in performing activities of daily living, irrespective of the strategies involved.1
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