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Author: Mary Law, Sue Baptiste, Anne Carswell, Mary Ann McColl, Helene Polatajko, Nancy Pollock
Summary: The Canadian Occupational Performance Measure (COPM)© is an individualized outcome measure designed for use by occupational therapists. The measure is designed to detect change in a client's self-perception of occupational performance over time. Follow the links below for further information about the COPM.
Format: (If availabe take from record, if no description of fromat is available leave for Hal. Here is an example of a format statement: "Standardized battery of motor performance tasks")
Library Record: Call # WB 555 C212ca3 1998 ATOOLS (Reserve Desk)
Population: (From the tool record or description find a sentence that describes the population - Eric/Daisy. If you cannot find one leave for Hal. Here is an example: "Individuals who have sustained cortical damage secondary to stroke, traffic or industrial accidents or assualts that resulted in hemiplegia; chronic stroke patients; and acute stroke patients.")
Completion time (Eric/Daisy - if you can find a statement of the completion time include - if unsure leave for Hal)
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