Canadian Occupational Performance Measure

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Canadian Occupational Performance Measure

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COPM

An individualized and standardized outcome measure designed for use by occupational therapists to assess clients' perceptions of change in their ability to perform the activities and tasks of daily living. The client identifies problems in daily function that are then measured on the basis of performance and client satisfaction.
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COPM, GAS and Teachers' Sense of Efficacy Scale-Classroom Management tools were used to measure outcomes.
COPM is designed to evaluate change in patients' perceptions of performance and satisfaction with performance in identified activities.
0) Exp = experimental, Con = control; COPM = Canadian Occupational Performance Measure; * = mean and 95% CI are derived from linear regression using baseline scores as covariates
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The first and last session of occupational therapy included administration of the COPM by one of the four occupational therapists.
Clinically, the most important score of the COPM is the change score measuring change between the scores at an initial evaluation (at admission) and the scores at reevaluation (for instance, at discharge) [17,42].
The main objective of the present study was to evaluate the responsiveness of the COPM in a population of outpatients receiving occupational therapy interventions.
William Horne, current President of COPM, the Company provides professional management services to its clients by providing on-site staffing experienced in club operations, management, administration, and food and beverage services.
The COPM has been used extensively in occupational therapy research (Bowman & Llewellyn, 2002; Law et al.
Finally, the same investigator assessed the patient's ability to perform daily activities using the COPM.
Under the terms of the revised agreement, Brassie will acquire all of the outstanding shares of COPM in exchange for 1,875,000 shares of newly-issued Brassie Common stock, 375,000 shares of newly-issued subordinated redeemable Preferred stock (each share is convertible into five shares of Common stock), 500,000 five-year warrants exercisable at $2.