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Please note that some measures are designed to be used for clinical research for outcome
assessment and some measures are designed to be used as a screening tool.

Parkinson’s Disease Activities of Daily Living, Interference, and Dependence Instrument (PD-AID)

Parkinson’s Disease Activities of Daily Living, Interference, and Dependence Instrument (PD-AID)

Description and Context of Use
The Parkinson’s Disease Activities of Daily Living, Interference, and Dependence Instrument (PD-AID) was developed for use in a clinical setting as a mobile application for twice daily completion to assess clinical benefit from the patient perspective. The intended context of use for the PD AID is as a clinical trial treatment benefit outcome associated with improved consistency of treatment effect for individuals with moderate to advanced PD experiencing motor fluctuations. Further validation work is needed to demonstrate the construct and predictive validity and reliability of the PD-AID
Population age range
Adults (18+)
Number of items
TBD
Recall Period
Past 24 hours or since completing morning diary
Response Scales
Likert-type scale, Dichotomous: Yes/No 
Administration Mode
Self-administered; Electronic
Administration Time
Morning administration 5 minutes; Evening administration 3 min
References
Deal L, Flood E, Myers D, Devine J, Gray DL. The Parkinson’s Disease Activities of Daily Living, Interference, and Dependence Instrument. Movement Disorders Clinical Practice. 2019 November; 6: 8 November 2019
Original Language
English (US)
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