Abstract

Date Presented Accepted for AOTA INSPIRE 2021 but unable to be presented due to online event limitations.

Patient-reported outcome measure (PROM) adoption with youth with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) faces obstacles but is important for client-centered care. We collected data from pediatric practitioners who work with youth with IDD (N = 113) about factors influencing PROM adoption and the frequency of PROM use by age. Results suggest evidence, time, and accessibility are important factors for PROM adoption, and clinicians infrequently use PROMs with this population.

Primary Author and Speaker: Kimberly Greenberg

Additional Authors and Speakers: Ariel E. Schwartz

Contributing Authors: Jessica Kramer

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