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Functional Assist Lv

Functional Assist Levels

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Minimal active assist The pt. can use the involved UE to assist actively in a single part of an activity. For example, actively placing the hand on a piece of paper for writing, activiely holding the involved arm away from the body for dressing/hygiene activities.
Maximal active assist The pt. can use the involved arm and hand in all activities that require motor control for pushing/pulling, stabilizing, and gross grasp and release. For example, while writing a letter, the pt. can push the paper upward with the involved arm and hand
Incorporation of involved UE in all bilateral tasks The pt. can use the involved UE to assist the uninvolved extremity in most occupational performance tasks, although speed and coordination may be impaired. For example, pt. can move both arms above the head to put on a pullover shirt, but movements are slow and cautious on the involved side.
minimal stabilizing assist patient can use the involved UE to stabilize objects being manipulated by the uninvolved extremity. The involved extremity is placed, and stabilization accomplished by the limb's weight. For example, the involved UE is placed on a piece of paper stabilize it while the patient writes.
Created by: P2roszko