Perceived occupational performance in youth with eating disorders: Treatment-related changes

Jennifer S. Coelho, , Janet Suen, Adi Keidar &
Background.This study examined changes in performance and satisfaction with self-identified occupational performance goals during a specialized day treatment admission in children and adolescents with eating disorders. Weight-related outcomes for underweight youth were also examined.Methods.A total of 63 youth participated in the study, with admission and discharge data on ratings of self-identified occupational performance goals (measured with the Canadian Occupational Performance Measure) available for 42 participants.Findings.Significant improvements were found in ratings of satisfaction and performance with...
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