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Effects of Goal-Oriented Functional Tasks on Gross Motor Function and Activities of Daily Living in Children with Cerebral Palsy -A Single Case Study-

PNF and Movement 2020년 18권 2호 p.159 ~ 172
이은정, 권해연,
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이은정 ( Lee Eun-Jung ) - Dong-Eui University Graduate School Department of Biomedical Health Science
권해연 ( Kwon Hae-Yeon ) - Dong-Eui University Department of Physical Therapy

Abstract


Purpose: The study sought to determine whether goal achievement, performance, satisfaction, activities of daily living, and gross motor function in children with spastic cerebral palsy are positive affected by goal-oriented functional task training.

Methods: In a single case study, two 7-year-old girls diagnosed with spastic cerebral palsy were given functional task training based on individualized goals for 24 60-minute sessions over a period of 6 months. The individualized goals reflected the needs of both children and parents. The Canadian occupational performance measure (COPM) and the goal attainment scale (GAS) were used to measure goal performance and satisfaction before and after intervention. Independence of activities of daily living before and after intervention were assessed using the functional independence measure for children (Wee-FIM). And change of gross motor function were assessed using gross motor function measure (GMFM).

Results: Clinically significant changes were observed in COPM and GAS, as well as positive changes in independence of gross motor function and activities of daily living.

Conclusion: The findings indicate that goal-oriented functional task training addresses the needs of children with spastic cerebral palsy, which increases treatment satisfaction and has a positive effect on independent activities and participation in daily life.

키워드

Cerebral palsy; Goal-oriented functional task training; Gross motor function; Wee-FIM

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