The Activities Scale for Kids performance (ASKp) is one of the few self-assessment questionnaires in pediatric rehabilitation that measures child perception in performance of daily routine activities. ASKp is composed of 30 questions designed to explore activities and participation in children and teenagers with musculoskeletal disorders. Scores assess level of physical ability, identify appropriate treatment and monitor changes over time. We undertook this cross-cultural validation study to achieve a culturally adapted Italian version of ASKp, to be tested on Italian children.

Transcultural validation of Activities Scale for Kids (ASK): translation and pilot test / Fabbri, Lucia; Neviani, Rita; Festini, Filippo; Costi, Stefania. - In: ACTA BIO-MEDICA DE L'ATENEO PARMENSE. - ISSN 0392-4203. - 87 Suppl 2:(2016), pp. 70-79.

Transcultural validation of Activities Scale for Kids (ASK): translation and pilot test

COSTI, Stefania
2016-01-01

Abstract

The Activities Scale for Kids performance (ASKp) is one of the few self-assessment questionnaires in pediatric rehabilitation that measures child perception in performance of daily routine activities. ASKp is composed of 30 questions designed to explore activities and participation in children and teenagers with musculoskeletal disorders. Scores assess level of physical ability, identify appropriate treatment and monitor changes over time. We undertook this cross-cultural validation study to achieve a culturally adapted Italian version of ASKp, to be tested on Italian children.
87 Suppl 2
70
79
Transcultural validation of Activities Scale for Kids (ASK): translation and pilot test / Fabbri, Lucia; Neviani, Rita; Festini, Filippo; Costi, Stefania. - In: ACTA BIO-MEDICA DE L'ATENEO PARMENSE. - ISSN 0392-4203. - 87 Suppl 2:(2016), pp. 70-79.
Fabbri, Lucia; Neviani, Rita; Festini, Filippo; Costi, Stefania
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