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Amount of difficulty picking up small objects

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For sample children ages 2 to 4, PICKUPDIF reports the amount of difficulty the sample child has picking up small objects with their hands compared to children of the same age. PICKUPDIF is part of the Washington Group Composite Disability Indicator for children ages 2-4.

The Washington Group on Disability Statistics 

In 2019, functioning and disability measures included on the NHIS questionnaire were modified to align with validated, internationally-comparable disability measures developed by the Washington Group on Disability Statistics (WG). For more information about the WG initiative, other WG functioning and disability measures included on the NHIS questionnaire, and guidance for researchers about how to use the WG measures in analyses, please see our user note on the Washington Group Disability Measures.


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  • 2019-2022: Sample children ages 2 to 4.


  • 2019-2022