All of NeuroRestorative’s post-acute programs use the Mayo Portland Adaptability Inventory (MPAI-4), the industry standard to measure functional outcomes. The MPAI-4 includes 29 items which comprise three subscales: Abilities Index, Adjustment Index, and Participation Index. The charts below show our outcome data from 2011-2020. This data reveals that the vast majority of our participants realized meaningful reduction in disability. We exceeded the national reference sample’s average T-score of 50 in every sub scale.
- On average, our participants demonstrated an increase in functional independence across all 29 items of the MPAI-4.
- On average, our participants improved one severity level on each of the three MPAI-4 subscales.
*This page was updated in July 2020.
Improvement in MPAI-4 Participation, Adjustment and Abilities T-scores
- National Reference Sample
Average Age = 44.7, Average Length of Stay = 5.4 months. Outcomes for all persons treated in active rehabilitation. The mean reduction in disability was 8.67 points, a clinically and statistically significant improvement (p<.001).
On average, our participants demonstrated an increase in functional independence across all 29 items of the MPAI-4.
Improvement from Admission to Discharge on Key MPAI-4 Functional Measures: Active Rehabilitation All Diagnoses
Improvement in each of the items above represent a clinically meaningful reduction and disability and a statistically significant difference from admission to discharge (p<.01).