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    • CommentAuthorjmerino
    • CommentTime20 Dec 2010
     
    Socio

    Buenas tardes a tod@s:

    Me gustaría saber cuales son los tes, valoraciones o evaluaciones que más se utilizan para medir la motricidad fina, y si existe alguno estandarizado.

     Espero vuestras respuestas

    Gracias

    Saludos

    Javier

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      CommentAuthoresther_ru
    • CommentTime21 Dec 2010 editado
     

    hola Javier,

    How are you?

    The Peabody Developmental Motor Scale II  

    The main purpose of the PDMS is to test the motor skills of children. Gross motor skills involve using large muscles such as in bending, balancing, crawling, walking, and jumping. Fine motor skills, on the other hand, involve using smaller muscles, particularly the muscles in the hand. REflexes, balance and equilibrium, locomotion, object manipulation, grasping and visual motor intergration are tested. 
    The AHA  The Assisted Hand Assessment  is developed for use with children who have a unilateral disability, i.e., who have one well functioning and one less well functioning hand. Children with hemiplegic Cerebral Palsy or sequale from obstetric brachial plexus palsy (OBPP) are appropriate candidates for the AHA. The AHA can be used with children as young as 18 months and up to 12 years of age.
    The CHEQ is an online questionnaire that can be filled in on line...  http://www.cheq.se/About.aspx
    As a classification tool the MACS is used worldwide and has just been up-dated http://www.macs.nu/files/MACS_Spanish_2010.pdf
    Not many people will need it but there is also the ACMC  http://www.acmc.se/ Assessment of Capacity for Myoelectric Control. It is an observational assessment tool that is used to measure and register the person's ability to control the myoelectric hand prosthesis. ACMC has been validated for persons from age 2 to 57 and is suitable for persons of different ages.
    The QUEST  tests quality of upper motor skills the manual can be downloaded for free from http://www.canchild.ca/en/measures/quest.asp 
    Finally there are various assessments of handwriting as a motor skill. We use one  in Holland and there are English versions. The problem is that these tests are closely envolved in how the children learn to write and the school systems. These vary per country.
    One example in english is  THS-R Test of Handwriting Skills revised :  http://www.academictherapy.com/detailATP.tpl?action=search&TBL=ATP&eqskudatarq=8439-7 
    wishing you all a very Merry Christmas, health and happiness in the New Year.
    Esther
    • CommentAuthorjmerino
    • CommentTime10 May 2011
     
    Socio

    Hola de nuevo a tod@s:

    He estado leyendo que en educación se usa mucho la escala Holt. ¿Alguien la tiene? dejo mi correo por si alguien puede mandarme todo lo que tenga. xentn9@hotmail.com

     Gracias

    Javier

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      CommentAuthorLourdes
    • CommentTime12 May 2011
     

    El test de Holt es muy simple y mejor usar el test de Quest, si quieres lo puedes pedir escribiendo al e-mail de la Sefip, ya que está traducido al español.

    El test de AHA valora la coordinación bimanual de forma muy funcional, actualmente hay una fisioterapeuta que lo  está traduciendo y validando a la población española, en un futuro lo impartirá en España.

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