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Table 2 Participant demographics

From: Single session therapy in pediatric healthcare: the value of adopting a strengths-based approach for families living with neurological disorders

 

T1 (n = 135)

T3 (n = 82)

SSI (n = 17)

Participant type, n (%)

   

 Mother

66 (48.9)

45 (54.9)

10 (58.8)

 Father

23 (17.0)

12 (14.6)

1 (5.9)

 Patient

37 (27.4)

21 (25.6)

6 (35.3)

 Sibling

7 (5.2)

4 (4.9)

 Legal guardian

1 (0.7)

 Extended family

1 (0.7)

Age range, n (%)

   

 8 to 12 years

13 (9.6)

6 (7.3)

2 (11.8)

 13 to 17 years

30 (22.2)

19 (23.2)

4 (23.5)

 18 + years

92 (68.1)

57 (69.5)

11 (64.7)

Sex, n (%)

   

 Female

97 (71.9)

61 (74.4)

14 (82.4)

 Male

38 (28.1)

21 (25.6)

3 (17.6)

Patient primary diagnosis, n (%)

   

 Epilepsy/seizure

39 (28.9)

16 (19.5)

4 (23.5)

 Headache disorders

11 (8.1)

5 (6.1)

2 (11.8)

 Stroke

7 (5.2)

6 (7.3)

 Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis

6 (4.4)

5 (6.1)

4 (23.5)

 Vision disorders

5 (3.7)

3 (3.7)

1 (5.9)

 Multiple sclerosis

4 (3.0)

4 (4.9)

2 (11.8)

 Global developmental delay

3 (2.2)

1 (1.2)

 Brain injury

2 (1.5)

2 (2.4)

 Other

13 (9.6)

10 (12.2)

1 (5.9)

 No diagnosis listed

45 (33.3)

30 (36.6)

3 (17.6)

Date of primary diagnosis, n (%)

   

 2016–2017

5 (3.7)

4 (4.8)

4 (23.6)

 2018–2019

77 (57.0)

47 (57.2)

10 (58.8)

 Not listed

53 (39.3)

31 (37.8)

3 (17.6)

Past NSWSSC visits, n (%)

   

 0

119 (88.1)

74 (90.2)

16 (94.1)

 1–2

14 (10.4)

6 (7.3)

1 (5.9)

 3 + 

2 (1.5)

2 (2.4)