It includes 15 items related to bed mobility, transfers, walking, stair use, and running. The RMI is a unidimensional mobility scale meaning that it has minimal cognitive demands, that is, subjects are not required to interpret, remember, or understand complex or multiple instructions. The more challenging RMI items are more difficult because they require greater physical abilities, while cognitive and social capacity has little impact on performance. Since the RMI is unidimensional, it does not measure community mobility or the community integration aspect of mobility. Skip to main content Skip to table of contents.
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Modified Rivermead Mobility Index: A Reliable Measure in People Within 14 Days Post-Stroke
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