68 items in four content areas including Getting Dressed, Keeping Clean, Home Tasks, and Eating & Mealtime.
Sample Daily Activities Items
75 items in four content areas including Basic Movement & Transfers, Standing & Walking, Steps & Inclines, and Running & Playing.
There are an additional 10 items specifically for children who use mobility devices such as walking aids (canes, crutches, walkers) and a Wheelchair subdomain with 12 items.
Sample Mobility Items
60 items in four content areas of Interaction, Communication, Everyday Cognition, and Self Management.
Sample Social/Cognitive Items
51 items that assess the extent to which a young person is managing life tasks that enable independent living in four content areas of Organization & Planning, Taking Care of Daily Needs, Health Management, and Staying Safe.
The items in the Responsibility Scale require children to use several functional skills in combination to carry out life tasks. For this reason, this is a more difficult domain and is estimated to assess children and youth beginning at the age of 3 years and extending up to the age of 21 years.
Sample Responsibility Items
For the three Functional Skills domains of Daily Activities, Mobility, and Social/Cognitive, children’s ability is rated on a 4 point Difficulty Scale with responses ranging from “Unable” to “Easy.”
The Responsibility domain has its own 5 point Responsibility Scale with responses ranging from ‘Adult/caregiver has full responsibility; the child does not take any responsibility’ to ‘Child takes full responsibility without any direction, supervision or guidance from an adult/caregiver’.