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Table 3 The implementation fidelity with regard to the implementation steps and content of the program

From: Development and process evaluation of a motor activity program for people with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities

Participant Introduction of the program   Giving content Performance of activities
  Organization wide Activity group Living unit Training of contact person Information bundled to the motor profile Interdisciplinary meeting Description of activities and goals Performance of, and reporting on, activities
1 + n.a.a + + + +/− +/− + (?)a
2 + n.a.a + + + +/− +/− + (?)a
3 + + + + + +/− + +
4 + + + + +/− +/− +/−
5 + + + + +/− +/− +/− +/−
6 + + + + +/− +/− + +
7 + + + + + + + +
8 + + +/− + +/− +/−
9 + + +/− + +/− +/− +/−
  1. Note. + means executed as intended, +/− means executed but not entirely as intended, − means not executed
  2. a Participant 1 and 2 received activities at their living unit. In addition, for these participants reporting forms of the motor activity program were lost at the living unit after 8 weeks of activity performance