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Miller Function & Participation Scales (M-FUN-PS)

Lucy J Miller

Assess a child's functional performance as it relates to school participation

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Technical Information

Age range: 2 years 6 months to 7 years 11 months

Qualification level: B

Year: 2006

Administration time: 55 - 65 minutes

Administration type: Individual

M-FUN-PS is engaging for all children and allows you to assess a child’s functional performance as it relates to school participation. M-FUN-PS can be used to assess children with lower motor-function skills and those with mild, moderate or severe motor impairment.

Use M-FUN-PS to:

  • Assess functional motor skills in natural contexts
  • Measure performance and participation in 2.6 to 7.11 year olds
  • Link performance of functional activities to neuromotor foundational abilities
  • Use as an outcome measure to monitor progress over time

Technical Information

Developed in line with the ICF framework

M-FUN-PS incorporates hands-on functional activities that appeal to children, with items that examine children’s development in fine, gross and visual motor skills.

Key features:

Identify underlying neuromotor foundations through engaging, functional activities and occupations
Applicable to children with mild to severe motor delays
Provides standard and criterion-referenced scores
Strong reliability and validity evidence in both normative and clinical groups

International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF)

The World Health Assembly endorses the ICF and encourages its use in research and observation of a person’s healthcare. In line with the ICF framework, the M-FUN-PS addresses activity and participation as well as body structure and function.



  • Performance

  • Visual motor

  • Fine motor

  • Gross motor

Scores available: scaled scores, percentiles and age equivalents


As well as performance, the M-FUN-PS measures participation using observational checklists in the:

  • Test environment

  • Home environment

  • Classroom environment

  • Scores available: average, below average and well below average

Clinical utility

  • Outcome measure: track improvement with progress scores

  • Monitor growth in motor ability over time with multiple administrations

  • Includes a profile that enables you to examine the child’s ability in the areas of, hand function, non-motor visual perceptual abilities, postural abilities and executive function & participation

Includes these fun, age-appropriate activities:

  • Amazing Mazes

  • Race Car Game

  • Clay Play

  • Make a Fish

  • Bouncing Ball Game