Reliability of Early Clinical Assessment of Balance Scale in Assessment of Children with Cerebral PalsyJournal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.9, No. 8)
Publication Date: 2020-08-05
Authors : Poonam Shah; Crisi Chauhan;
Page : 517-520
Keywords : EACB; Reliability; Cerebral palsy;
INTRODUCTION: A study to check the reliability of Early Clinical Assessment of Balance Scale in the assessment of children with Cerebral Palsy. The study is check to establish interrater and intrarater reliability of the Early Clinical Assessment of Balance Scale in children with Cerebral Palsy MATERIAL AND METHOD 30 subjects were selected who fulfilled the inclusion criteria. To check interrater reliability, rater A and B have rate the Early Clinical Assessment of Balance Scale which consists of 13 items. To check intrarater reliability, rater A has to rate the scale again after 1 week of interval RESULT According to the study, statistical analysis of interrater reliability Rater A = 45.26 ± 3.65 and Rater B = 45.40 ± 4.04. In intrarater reliability, statistical analysis Rater A = 45.26±3.65 and Rater A (after 1 week of interval) = 44.28 ± 3.25. CONCLUSION The study concluded that there is a significance between interrater reliability and intrarater reliability.
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