Self Efficacy on Assessing Training and Spotting (SEATS)




The SEATS is a self-report measure of clinicians’ self-efficacy to assess, train and spot each of the 33 wheelchair skills on the Wheelchair Skills Test, version 5.0. The measure also asks clinicians to rate their self-efficacy for documentation of the wheelchair skills assessment results, goals, treatment plan, progress and discharge. Separate scores are calculated for assessment, training, spotting and documentation with higher scores representing higher self-efficacy.
Clinicians using the Wheelchair Skills Test
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