Effect of participation-focused therapies on physical activity in children with cerebral palsy

Takeaway

  • Participation-focused therapy ParticiPate CP increased perceived performance of leisure time physical activity goals in children with cerebral palsy (CP) Gross Motor Function Classification System (GMFCS) I-III.

Why this matters

    Participation-focused therapies integrating personal, contextual, and environmental factors may be more effective than physical interventions at enabling participation in physical activities and improving habitual physical activity (HPA) in children with CP.