For clinical experts, outcome measurements play a vital role in helping to establish individual rehabilitation goals and measure progress as participants move through their neurological rehabilitation programs. For our payors and families, outcome measurements also help them assess what is working–and sometimes what isn’t–in a plan of care so that adjustments can be made to ensure the best care possible.
*This page was updated in March 2016.
- On average, our participants demonstrated an increase in functional independence across all 29 items of the MPAI-4
- We exceeded the national reference sample’s average T-score of 50 in every subscale
Why are the scores going down?
The decreased scores show a reduction in disability. In other words, our participants increased their levels of independence as their scores decreased.