Date of Award
Master of Science
Dr. Barbara Hemphill
Dr. Cindee Peterson
Dr. Molly Vass
Masters Thesis-Open Access
The purpose of this study was to evaluate test-retest reliability of the Levels of Rehabilitation Scale IIB (LORS IIB), developed by Carey and Posavac in 1982. Reliability is an important concept when a therapist begins to assess a client's activities of daily living skills. If a test is reliable, the therapist will have a dependable means by which to measure client progress with stability and accuracy.
This study was conducted with eight volunteer post-stroke victims. The study found that the LORS IIB assessment was highly significant in test-retest reliability.
Murphy, Maura Katherine, "Test-Retest Reliability of the Levels of Rehabilitation Scale IIB" (1991). Master's Theses. 979.