Table 2

Useful occupational therapy specific assessment tools for FND

The Canadian Occupational Performance MeasureEvidence-based outcome measure that captures a person’s self-perception of performance and satisfaction with performance in daily activities.
Has been widely adopted in occupational therapy research. Used for both paediatric and adult populations.51
Occupational Circumstances Assessment Interview and Rating ScaleSemistructured interview design based on the MOHO; captures information regarding occupational engagement from 11 domains including habits, roles, personal causation, values, skills, physical environment, social environment and readiness for change.52
The Worker Role InterviewSemistructured interview format addressing factors that may impact on a person’s ability to maintain or return to work during or after a period of illness or injury.53
The Model of Human Occupation Screening ToolAssesses the impact of a person’s volition, habituation, skills and environment on their occupational functioning.54
The Occupational Self-AssessmentBased on the MOHO.
Captures a person’s perceptions of their own occupational competence and occupations of importance.
Therapist observations are also considered when scoring.55
Adolescent and Adult Sensory ProfileEvaluates behavioural responses to everyday sensory experiences.
Used for ages older than 11 years.41
The Assessment of Motor and Process SkillsClinician rated tool. Allows therapists to simultaneously observe and evaluate a person’s ability to perform activities of daily living (domestic and personal) and the quality of their motor and process skills.56
  • FND, functional neurological disorder; MOHO, Model of Human Occupation.