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Table 3 Demographic data on responders and non-responders

From: Feasibility of ABLE 1.0—a program aiming at enhancing the ability to perform activities of daily living in persons with chronic conditions

Variable Responders based on AMPS/ADL-I (n = 16) Non–responders (n = 4)
Gender: Female, n (%) 11 (69) 3 (75)
Age: Mediana (Range) 74 (55–85) 65 (60–80)
Diagnosisb: n (%)
Neurologic 4 (25) 1 (25)
Medical 7 (44) 1 (25)
Musculoskeletal 5 (31) 2 (50)
Civil status: n (%)
Living alone 9 (56) 3 (75)
Living with a partner 7 (44) 1 (25)
Job situation: n (%)
Sick leave   2 (50)
Senior citizen 16 (100) 2 (50)
Assistance in the homec: n (%) 15 (94) 4 (100)
Spouse 4 (27) 1 (25)
Relatives 8 (53) 3 (75)
Friends 8 (53) 1 (25)
Home care 7 (47) 1 (25)
Hired housekeeper/gardener 11 (73) 2 (50)
Self-reported general healthd
Mediana (range) 4 (3-5) 4 (3-5)
ADL Motor abilitye: mean (SD) 0.84 (0.51) 1.25 (0.39)
ADL Process abilitye: mean (SD) 0.68 (0.30) 0.93 (0.62)
Received number of sessions
Mediana (range) 4 (4–7) 4 (4–5)
  1. aBased on median and range due to lack of normal distribution in data or due to ordinal data
  2. bSeveral of the clients had more than one diagnosis. The diagnoses listed above are the ones that the participants perceived to affect their everyday life the most.
  3. cClients could mark all relevant categories
  4. dSF1 at baseline
  5. eAMPS at baseline