volume 24, issue 4, P993-1002 2015
DOI: 10.1590/0104-0707201500003610014
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Abstract: ABSTRACT Spinal cord injury results in sensory and motor limitations and makes people dependent on their families, interfering with their autonomy and independence. This was a cross-sectional, quantitative study conducted to identify cohesion, adaptability, flexibility and family functioning of people with spinal cord injury in three cities of Florianópolis, using the family APGAR and Olson scales. The sample consisted of 45 people belonging to the age group of 14-82 years, 64.5% male and 35.5% female; 67.7% w…

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