Children's Assessment of Participation and Enjoyment and Preferences for Activities of Children

CAPE/PAC
Children's Assessment of Participation and Enjoyment and Preferences for Activities of Children (CAPE/PAC) provides an understanding of the social well-being and activity performance of a child with disabilities

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  • CAPEPAC Record Forms
    9780761606468 Qualification Level A

    Pack of 25

    In Stock/VAT included (where applicable) £68.40

  • CAPEPAC Complete Kit
    9780761606437 Qualification Level A

    Includes Manual, CAPE and PAC Record Forms (25 of each, combined in one booklet), 57 Activity Cards (including example items), 10 Category Cards, and CAPE and PAC Summary Score Sheets (25 of each, combined in one booklet)

    In Stock/VAT included (where applicable) £180.00

Overview

Publication date:

2004

Age range:

6:0-21:0

Qualification level:

A

Completion time:

15-20 minutes - PAC; 30-45 minutes - CAPE

Scoring options:

Manual Scoring

Product Details

Administer the CAPE to explore an individual’s day-to-day participation for the purpose of intervention planning or measuring outcomes. The PAC may be used to assess an individual’s preference for activities.

Benefits

  • Measure various aspects of participation or engagement in activities.
  • Administer either by having the client complete the record form with assistance from the parent or caregiver or by using the activity and category cards.

Features

Both CAPE and PAC measures are appropriate for clients with or without disabilities between the ages of 6 to 21.

  • Complete kit includes manual, record forms, activity cards, category cards, CAPE and PAC summary score sheets.
  • CAPE and PAC may be used independently or together.
  • Activity types addressed in both measures include: recreational, physical, social, skill-based, and self-improvement.