Which assessment is not appropriate to use in OT to assess ADL skills? Management & Evidence: ADL retraining following a stroke, traumatic brain injury or spinal cord is usually very important to the patient and to their caregiver so that they can be as independent as possible with self care when they go home.
A. Functional Independence Measure (FIM) B. Barthel Index C. Klein-Bell Activities of Daily Living Scale D. Assessment of Occupational Functioning
The Assessment of Occupational Functions assesses the overall occupational function of residents in long term care settings. It looks at volition, habituation, values, personal causation, interests, roles, habits, skills, school and job history. It does not specifically assess ADLs
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