Welcome to the ICFCY-Meduse Practice Translator - General Information

This is the Practice Translator Tool of project ICFCY-MedUse.
This service is offered free of charge during project lieftime.
To start working with the tool, create a new dataset first, then add your ICF-CY codes, asess/rate them and finally make a report/result file.


Create dataset




  


INFO ON RATING SYSTEMS
The meaning of the rating systems is concerning the assessment of the defined ICF-CY codes for a child.
In this tool, there are currently 2 options available:
1) The 'WHO based' variant: Here assessment can be done using 5 qualifiers from 0=no problem to 4=complete difficulty/impairment. Such a 5 grade scale allows a more exact evaluation of the effects of intervention / treatment.
2) The version defined by Amoroso/Keller in Germany. This just knows 2 qualifiers: 1= resource or no problem and 2=problem/difficulty/impairment. Additionally there is 'I' = More information needed, 'F' = target area of intervention and 'N' for not applicable.


INFO ON ICF-CY CODES
ICF-CY Codes in the provided languages are intellectual property and copyright of WHO.


Welcome to the ICFCY-Meduse Practice Translator - General Information

This is the Practice Translator Tool of project ICFCY-MedUse.
This service is offered free of charge during project lieftime.
To start working with the tool, create a new dataset first, then add your ICF-CY codes, asess/rate them and finally make a report/result file.


Create dataset




  


INFO ON RATING SYSTEMS
The meaning of the rating systems is concerning the assessment of the defined ICF-CY codes for a child.
In this tool, there are currently 2 options available:
1) The 'WHO based' variant: Here assessment can be done using 5 qualifiers from 0=no problem to 4=complete difficulty/impairment. Such a 5 grade scale allows a more exact evaluation of the effects of intervention / treatment.
2) The version defined by Amoroso/Keller in Germany. This just knows 2 qualifiers: 1= resource or no problem and 2=problem/difficulty/impairment. Additionally there is 'I' = More information needed, 'F' = target area of intervention and 'N' for not applicable.


INFO ON ICF-CY CODES
ICF-CY Codes in the provided languages are intellectual property and copyright of WHO.


Welcome to the ICFCY-Meduse Practice Translator - General Information

This is the Practice Translator Tool of project ICFCY-MedUse.
This service is offered free of charge during project lieftime.
To start working with the tool, create a new dataset first, then add your ICF-CY codes, asess/rate them and finally make a report/result file.


Create dataset




  


INFO ON RATING SYSTEMS
The meaning of the rating systems is concerning the assessment of the defined ICF-CY codes for a child.
In this tool, there are currently 2 options available:
1) The 'WHO based' variant: Here assessment can be done using 5 qualifiers from 0=no problem to 4=complete difficulty/impairment. Such a 5 grade scale allows a more exact evaluation of the effects of intervention / treatment.
2) The version defined by Amoroso/Keller in Germany. This just knows 2 qualifiers: 1= resource or no problem and 2=problem/difficulty/impairment. Additionally there is 'I' = More information needed, 'F' = target area of intervention and 'N' for not applicable.


INFO ON ICF-CY CODES
ICF-CY Codes in the provided languages are intellectual property and copyright of WHO.


Welcome to the ICFCY-Meduse Practice Translator - General Information

This is the Practice Translator Tool of project ICFCY-MedUse.
This service is offered free of charge during project lieftime.
To start working with the tool, create a new dataset first, then add your ICF-CY codes, asess/rate them and finally make a report/result file.


Create dataset




  


INFO ON RATING SYSTEMS
The meaning of the rating systems is concerning the assessment of the defined ICF-CY codes for a child.
In this tool, there are currently 2 options available:
1) The 'WHO based' variant: Here assessment can be done using 5 qualifiers from 0=no problem to 4=complete difficulty/impairment. Such a 5 grade scale allows a more exact evaluation of the effects of intervention / treatment.
2) The version defined by Amoroso/Keller in Germany. This just knows 2 qualifiers: 1= resource or no problem and 2=problem/difficulty/impairment. Additionally there is 'I' = More information needed, 'F' = target area of intervention and 'N' for not applicable.


INFO ON ICF-CY CODES
ICF-CY Codes in the provided languages are intellectual property and copyright of WHO.


ICF-CY Codes Intervention Goals

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Welcome to the ICFCY-Meduse Practice Translator - General Information

This is the Practice Translator Tool of project ICFCY-MedUse.
This service is offered free of charge during project lieftime.
To start working with the tool, create a new dataset first, then add your ICF-CY codes, asess/rate them and finally make a report/result file.


Create dataset




  


INFO ON RATING SYSTEMS
The meaning of the rating systems is concerning the assessment of the defined ICF-CY codes for a child.
In this tool, there are currently 2 options available:
1) The 'WHO based' variant: Here assessment can be done using 5 qualifiers from 0=no problem to 4=complete difficulty/impairment. Such a 5 grade scale allows a more exact evaluation of the effects of intervention / treatment.
2) The version defined by Amoroso/Keller in Germany. This just knows 2 qualifiers: 1= resource or no problem and 2=problem/difficulty/impairment. Additionally there is 'I' = More information needed, 'F' = target area of intervention and 'N' for not applicable.


INFO ON ICF-CY CODES
ICF-CY Codes in the provided languages are intellectual property and copyright of WHO.