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Module on child functioning tabulation plan, narrative and syntax

UNICEF / Washington Group on Disability Statistics, (2017)

These documents provide guidance on data analysis and calculation of the recommended indicators on prevalence of children with disabilities in the population using the Module on Child Functioning. The tabulation plan provides the template for presentation of the data analysis and calculation of the indicators. The tabulation narrative provides the algorithms with explanations on each table presented in the tabulation plan. The Stata syntax and SPSS syntax can be found in the word documents.

The Data Collection Tools Developed by the Washington Group on Disability Statistics and their Recommended Use

Washington Group on Disability Statistics, (2017)

This first in a series of Washington Group Implementation Documents covers the tools developed by the Washington Group to collect internationally comparable disability data on censuses and surveys. WG Implementation guideline Tool 1

The Washington Group Short Set on Functioning (WG -SS)

Washington Group on Disability Statistics, (2017)

WG Implementation Guidelines Tool2

Guidelines for cognitive and pilot testing of questions for use in surveys

Statistics Division Economic and Social Commission for Asia Pacific Region, Eds.: Washington Group on Disability Statistics, (2010)

ESCAP Project on improving disability measurement and statistics in the Asia Pacfic Region

WHO Disability Assessment Schedule 2.0 (WHODAS 2.0)

World Health Organization (WHO), (2017)

The new WHODAS 2.0 supersedes WHODAS II and shows the following advantages: - A generic assessment instrument for health and disability - Used across all diseases, including mental, neurological and addictive disorders - Short, simple and easy to administer (5 to 20 minutes) - Applicable in both clinical and general population settings - A tool to produce standardized disability levels and profiles - Applicable across cultures, in all adult populations - Directly linked at the level of the concepts to the International - Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF)

ICF CORE SETS Manual for Clinical Practice

Bickenbach, J., Cieza, A., Rauch, A. & Stucki, G., Eds.: Hogrefe Publishing, (2012)

Online interactive electronic ICF-based Documentation Tool. To facilitate the use of ICF Core Sets, a manual outlining one approach for using them in clinical practice was published in 2012, including an accompanying electronic documentation tool This tool is currently available in English, French, German, Spanish, Finnish, and Chinese. A detailed instruction of how to use this documentation form and background information about ICF Core Sets can be found in ICF Core Sets: Manual for Clinical Practice.

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