28401 - ICF-CHILDREN & YOUTH Donald J. Lollar, Ed.D....

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1 Donald J. Lollar, Ed.D. National Center on Birth Defects & Developmental Disabilities Atlanta, Georgia USA
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2 Presentation overview Place ICF-CY in the context of W.H.O. classifications—ICD and ICF Identify contribution of ICF/ICF-CY to documentation in public health and services to children and youth Describe applications in documentation with children Identify continuing issues in application of ICF/ICF-CY in assessment and intervention
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3 ICD HISTORY 1853 FIRST INTERNATIONAL STATISTICAL CONGRESS FIRST UNIFORM CLASSIFICATION OF CAUSES OF DEATH-INTERNATIONAL CAUSES OF DEATH (ICD) TWO COMPETING APPROACHES 1855 CONGRESS ENTERTAINED BOTH SETS WILLIAM FARR USED ANATOMICAL SITES AS BASIS MARC d’ESPINE USED NATURE OF DISEASE (GOUTY, HERPETIC, HEMATIC) INITIAL COMPROMISE--186 RUBRICS 20 YEARS TO RECONCILE THE DIFFERENCES—FARR WON NOW ICD REVISED ABOUT EVERY DECADE—HENCE ICD-10
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4 ICD/ICF HISTORY 1979 NINTH REVISION OF ICD/ICD-9 RECOMMENDED “PROVISIONAL PROCEDURES CLASSIFICATIONS” BE PUBLISHED TO NINTH REVISION--CPT CODES BEGIN 1980 RECOMMENDED IMPAIRMENTS AND HANDICAPS CLASSIFICATIONS AS SUPPLEMENT Provisional acceptance--INTERNATIONAL CLASSIFICATION OF IMPAIRMENTS, DISABILITIES, AND HANDICAPS (ICIDH) 1993 REVISION OF ICIDH BEGUN 2001 International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health (ICF) APPROVED BY THE WORLD HEALTH ASSEMBLY
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5 WHO Family of Classifications ICD classifies diseases ICF classifies health. “Together, the two provide us with exceptionally broad and yet accurate tools to understand the health of a population and how the individual and his or her environment interact to hinder or promote a life lived to its full potential”. (Brundtland, WHO Director General, 5/2002)
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6 ICF AIM AND PRINCIPLES AIM—PROVIDE A UNIFIED AND STANDARD LANGUAGE AND FRAMEWORK FOR THE DESCRIPTION OF HEALTH STATES » PRINCIPLES UNIVERSAL NATURE OF DISABILITY EXPERIENCE CROSSES THE LIFE SPAN— BIRTH TO DEATH ETIOLOGY NEUTRAL— PHYSICAL, EMOTIONAL,etc. NEUTRAL LANGUAGE— FUNCTION, ACTIVITY, PARTICIPATION, ENVIRONMENT
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Health Condition Health Condition ( ( disorder/disease disorder/disease ) ) ICF Conceptual Framework ICF Conceptual Framework Environmental Environmental Factors Factors Personal Personal Factors Factors Body Body (Impairment (Impairment ) ) Activities Activities (Limitation) (Limitation) Participation Participation (Restriction) (Restriction)
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8 / Impairments BODY FUNCTIONS Mental Sensory Voice, speech Cardiovascular, haematological,immunological Digestive, metabolic, endocrine Neuromusculoskeletal, & movement related functions BODY STRUCTURES Nervous system
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