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This article discusses key issues to consider and selected approaches for assessing participation of school-aged children with traumatic brain injury. Approaches discussed include measures that explicitly assess participation, subsections from other measures that implicitly assess participation, and tailored methods that assess outcomes linked to person-centered goals or programs and interventions that address participation. Key considerations discussed include what should be measured, how should it be measured, what is the level of focus (individual, program, or population), and how does or could the selected approach address stakeholders' "information goals," that is, what stakeholders want and need to know?
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