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What it measures:

The CAPE is a self-report measure of children’s participation in leisure and recreational activities. It is a 55-item measure with 5 dimensions of participation and scores on 3 different levels. The PAC is a self-report measure of preference for activities with 3 responses to questions. As an extension of the CAPE; the PAC can be performed independently or in conjunction with the CAPE. Both measures are appropriate for children ages 6 to 21 with or without disabilities (King et al, 2007).

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