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Utrecht Pediatric Wheelchair Mobility Skills Test: Reliability, Validity, and Responsiveness in Youths Using a Manual Wheelchair.

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The assessment of wheelchair mobility skills (WMS) in youths using a manual wheelchair is important. More information is needed regarding the psychometric properties of the newly developed Utrecht Pediatric Wheelchair Mobility Skills Test (UP-WMST).

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Name: Physical therapy
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