Problemsolving process

The father who initially proposed indiviudal sessions for Gabriel is now, like the mother, willing to participate in several family and parental sessions. Gabriel has little motivation to participate in family sessions. In the course of therapy Gabriel and his parents redefine the rules that guide their living together. Although Gabriel consumed cannabis several times after a self-imposed period of abstinence, the relationship to his father is more relaxed. The mother decides to stop work in...

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This group of questions refers to many types of physical and social activities. We would like to know how difficult it was for you to do each of these activities, on the average, during the past month. By difficult, we mean how hard it was or how much physical effort it took to do the activity because of your health. Circle the number f you usually had no difficulty doing it f you usually had some difficulty doing it f you usually had much difficulty doing it f you usually did not do the...

Retired For Some Other Reason Other

These next questions ask about how your health affects your work. These next questions ask about how your health affects your work. DURING THE PAST MONTH, HOW MUCH OF THE TIME DID YOU 32. Do as much work as others in similar jobs 33. Work for short periods of time or take frequent rests because of your health 34. Work your regular number of hours 35. Do your job as carefully and accurately as others with similar jobs 36. Work at your usual job, but with some changes because of your health (for...

Child Health Questionnaire Child Form 87 Questions Samples

In general, how would you say your health is Has it been difficult for you to do the following activities due to health problems doing things that take a lot of energy, such as playing soccer or running doing things that take some energy such as riding a bike or skating walk several blocks or climb several flights of stairs ability (physically) to get around the neighborhood, playground, or school walk one block or climbing one flight of stairs do your tasks around the house bend, lift or stoop...

Daily Activities

This group of questions refers to many types of physical and social activities. We would like to know how difficult it was for you to do each of these activities, on the average, during the past month. By difficult, we mean how hard it was or how much physical effort it took to do the activity because of your health. Circle the number 4 if you usually had no difficulty doing it 3 if you usually had some difficulty doing it 2 if you usually had much difficulty doing it 1 if you usually did not...

Health Status Questionnaire

This survey asks for your views about your health This Information will be summarized in your medical record and will help your doctors keep track of how you feel and how well you are able to do your usual activities. Answer every question by circling the appropriate number, 1. 2, 3, .If you are unsure about how to answer a question, please give the best answer you can and make a comment in the right margin. 1. In general, would you say your health is (circle one number) Very 2. Compared to one...

About Compendium

Quality of life (QOL) is a popular term describing one's overall sense of well-being and includes aspects of happiness and satisfaction with life as a whole. It is broad and subjective rather than specific and objective. The difficulty in measuring QOL lies in the fact that, although the term has meaning for nearly everyone and every academic discipline, this meaning varies among individuals and groups. At the same time, it is often used interchangeably with terms such as health-related quality...

Health Utilities Index

Health Utilities Index (HUI) is a family of generic health profiles and preference-based systems for the purposes of measuring health status, reporting health-related quality of life (HRQL), and producing utility scores. HRQL, as defined by Patrick and Erickson, is the value assigned to duration of life as modified by the impairments, functional states, perceptions, and social opportunities that are influenced by disease, injury, treatment, or policy. HUI questionnaires, designed to elicit...