The COPM is an individualized, client-centred outcome measure

The Canadian Occupational Performance Measure is an evidence-based outcome measure designed to capture a client’s self-perception of performance in everyday living, over time. Originally published in 1991, it is used in over 40 countries and has been translated into more than 35 languages.

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The COPM measures performance and satisfaction in self-care, productivity and leisure from the client’s perspective. Learn More

In Research

Effecting Change with the COPM

Sarah is a perky, slender girl with blonde hair and blue eyes who was 9 years old at the time of the COPM interview. She lives with her mother, her widowed grandfather and her teenaged sister in a detached home in a working class urban neighbourhood... Read More

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