- •Transfer quality and type of wheelchair influence fear of falling (FOF) among full-time wheelchair users.
- •Compared to manual wheelchair users, power wheelchair or scooter users with poor transfer quality present with higher levels of FOF.
- •Future research is warranted to develop interventions to reduce FOF among full-time wheelchair users.
Main outcome measures
List of abbreviations:AIS (American Spinal Injury Association Impairment Scale), BMI (Body Mass Index), FOF (Fear of Falling), MS (Multiple Sclerosis), QOL (Quality of Life), SCI (Spinal Cord Injury), SCI-FCS (Spinal Cord Injury- Falls Concern Scale), TAI (Transfer Assessment Instrument)
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