Hoping not to confuse things, I’ve added this separate post to clarify that I use the NDTA interpretation of the ICF -which is called the NDTA Enablement Model. This model adds one category: POSTURE, ALIGNMENT AND MOVEMENT. This section answers the question of how a child moves.
When it is included in the report, I have found that it often justifies the need for equipment, especially in the GMFCS V population of kids. I find it an extremely valuable addition, so I am including it in my discussion in later posts. Keep in mind that it is not part of the traditional WHO ICF, but an additional category added by the Neuro-Developmental Treatment Association specifically because it is helpful for PT, OT and ST problem solving.