Routine Task Inventory-Expanded (RTI-E) is an assessment of cognitive abilities in the context of routine daily activities. Developed by Claudia Allen in 1989 a manual was later developed by Noomi Katz, PhD, OTR, (Professor of Occupational Therapy at Hebrew University, Jerusalem) in order to encourage others to use this tool in clinical practice, and research. Continue reading
The WHODAS II has been developed to assess the activity limitations and participation restrictions experienced by an individual irrespective of medical diagnosis. Continue reading
The Brookvale Living Skills Assessment is a great functional assessment used in conjunction with ADL observation. It’s easy to administer with the ‘tick and flick’ form and simple questions. A useful addition is the time use pie graph, where the clinician will draw their daily time use in the first circle as an example and then the client will fill out how they use their day in the second circle.