Task Importance Rating Scale
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About Task Importance Rating Scale
Task Important Rating Scale was devised by Baine (1991, 1999) to finalize the tasks for the catalogue. The tasks were rated on four levels: High, medium, low and none. The importance of each task was judged during interview Sessions with parents by its contribution toward: “a) learning functional skills, b) increasing the social acceptability, c) appropriateness for the chronological age of the child, d) increasing opportunity to learn additional skills, e) learning survival skills, f) improving performance in a variety of environments, g) increasing opportunity of interaction with non-handicapped children, h) Increasing ability to fulfil frequent opportunities to perform, i) increasing ability to perform in a less restricted environment, J) improving health, k) improving safety, 1) increasing opportunity to understand/ express thoughts, and feeling, m) increasing opportunities to enjoy social-emotional recreation life.” (Baine, 1991. p. 45) Task Important Rating Scale is provided in annexure-7.