ABILHAND: a measure of manual ability for adults with upper limb impairmentsite navigation
ABILHAND is a measure of manual ability for adults with upper limb impairments. The scale measures a person's ability to manage daily activities that require the use of the upper limbs, whatever the strategies involved.
ABILHAND has been validated in chronic stroke, rheumatoid arthritis and systemic slerosis adult patients (age 16-80) and is available in English, French, Dutch, Italian and Swedish.
A scale for children is also available under ABILHAND-Kids.
The place of manual ability according to the ICF classification, development of the ABILHAND scale using the Rasch measurement model, synopsis.
Instructions for downloading the ABILHAND test packages, administering the questionnaire, analysing the patient's responses and interpreting the manual ability measures.
Download the ABILHAND-related material: scoring sheets in the different languages, articles, thesis.
Use an online form to enter your responses to the ABILHAND questionnaire and instantly get an evaluation report. Rasch analysis powered by RUMM.