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ARTICLE 8: Exploring participation in family and recreational activities among children with cerebral palsy

ARTICLE 8:

Exploring participation in family and recreational activities among children with cerebral palsy during early childhood:

how does it relate to motor function and parental empowerment?

Source: Disability and Rehabilitation (2021)
Author: 
Runa K et al. 

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Article 8: Exploring participation in family and recreational activities among children with cerebral palsy during early childhood: how does it relate to motor function and parental empowerment?

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Question One: The paradigm shift in paediatric rehabilitation, where the focus is on supporting children to realise meaningful lives, ties in perfectly with the general definition of rehabilitation.

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Question Two: Previous empirical studies, including young children with CP, have revealed differences in total scores of frequency and enjoyment in family and recreational activities related to levels of gross motor and hand functioning indicating that motor competence plays a role in a child’s participation in activities.

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Question Three: In this study, the participation by the child was measured using both domains (11 family and recreational activities and 7 self-care items) of the Child Engagement in Daily Life (CEDL) questionnaire.

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Question Four: According to the bio ecological model, the engine that drives human development is:

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Question Five: In this study, child participation was measured by:

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Question Six: According to the framework presented by Imms et al., participation is related to:

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Question Seven: Participation is affected by the following environmental and contextual dimensions:

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Question Eight: Participants in this study included children with Cerebral Palsy:

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Question Nine: In this study trajectories of participation were identified by mapping the median scores of overall frequency and enjoyment. The most common trajectories were:

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Question Ten: One of the research questions of this study was to see if there was a relationship between frequency of child participation and parental empowerment in family and service situations. This is what the results of this study shows:

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Question Eleven: The frequency and enjoyment of participation of children with CP is one of the questions that was investigated in this study. Which statement best describes the findings?

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Question Twelve: Previous research about how frequently children with CP participate and enjoy family and recreational activities, indicates that there is a strong correlation between motor competence and participation in activities. The current study supports previous research and found that:

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Question Thirteen: “Enjoyment represents an important subjective aspect of participation embedded in the involvement dimension. The extent to which a child enjoys attending an activity may thus both explain a current participatory pattern and give directions for future participation.” Pg 2 This is an important factor to consider whendeciding on appropriate rehabilitation. The current study found:

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Question Fourteen: From this study it is possible to conclude the following:

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Question Fifteen: Most research studies have limitations. The researchers in the current study identified the following limitations:

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