Is autonomy related to the quality of performance of everyday activities in children with spina bifida?
Disability & Rehabilitation, 02/24/2012PenyDahlstrand M et al. –
It is important to understand and support the development of process skills as expressed in task performance in children with spina bifida and to pay attention to both the parent's and the child's opinion when setting goals and plans for interventions.
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