Hand Function Sort Kit
Quantify and document reported functional capacity easily, cheaply
The Hand Function Sort (HFS) quantifies the ability to perform work tasks involving the hands and upper extremities. Clients rate their ability to perform 62 work activities. In treatment programs, the patient’s progress can be documented easily. The HFS provides a baseline measure of function in everyday tasks, to compare to progress in subsequent treatment, extending the benefits beyond the clinic’s walls, into the patient’s life at home, at work, and in the community. In comparison with functional tests, magnification of dysfunction can be identified. A reliability profile is provided. Their Rating of Perceived Capacity (RPC) score can be correlated to the DOT strength categories for work.
Video: Evaluation using the Hand Function Sort, Spinal Function Sort, and the Multidimensional Task Ability Profile (MTAP).
- 2 test booklets with 62 drawings selected by experts in rehabilitation from hundreds of tasks that persons with upper extremity impairments report present significant challenges. Each is accompanied by a simple task description.
- 1 examiner’s manual with instructions, reliability studies, and normative data
- 100 response sheets (2 score pads, 50 sheets each) with Department of Labor Physical Demand Characteristic chart
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