BIRP: Mayo-Portland Adaptability Inventory
The MPAI-4 is a nationally recognized, highly developed, and documented measure for tracking treatment outcome. It was designed to assess sensory, motor, cognitive abilities, mood and interpersonal function as well as participation in activities of daily living. Results show a reduction in disability levels from intake to discharge from the program.
BIRP Satisfaction Data
BIRP Neuropsychological Data
Scores indicate improved functioning across all cognitive domains assessed (Attention, Processing Speed, Visuospatial and Visuoconstructional, Memory, and Language functioning) tested on the Repeatable Battery for Assessment of Neuropsychological Status (RBANS).
BIRP Psychological Data
Scores on self-report measures indicate reduced rates of depression and anxiety from intake to discharge from the program.
BIRP Physical Functioning Data
Patients’ demonstrate both improved balance and physical capacity.
BIRP Occupational Functioning Data
The Canadian Occupational Performance Measure (COPM) was used to identify increased occupational performance from intake to discharge.