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report/Miller_NCHS_2006ACSDisabilityReport.pdf#page=3ACSDo you /Does (insert name) usually have difficulty walking or climbing stairs?2004
report/Miller_NCHS_2006ACSDisabilityReport.pdf#page=23ACSDoes this person usually have difficulty walking or climbing stairs?2004
report/Miller_NCHS_2006ACSDisabilityReport.pdf#page=23ACSBecause of a physical, mental, or emotional condition do you/does [insert name] usually have difficulty......walking or climbing stairs2004
report/Miller_NCHS_2006ACSDisabilityReport.pdf#page=23ACS[Do you/Does NAME] have difficulty walking or climbing stairs without equipment such as a cane, walker or wheelchair?2004
report/Miller_NCHS_2008BudapestReport.pdf#page=10Not ApplicableHow much difficulty do you have walking 100 yards on level ground that would be ___________? Would you say: no difficulty, a little difficulty, a lot of difficulty, or are you unable to do this?2008
report/Miller_NCHS_2008BudapestReport.pdf#page=11Not ApplicableHow much difficulty do you have walking 100 metres on level ground that would be about _____________ without using your ______ [mention aid(s) in W1b]? Would you say: no difficulty, a little difficulty, a lot of difficulty, or are you unable to do this?2008
report/Miller_NCHS_2008BudapestReport.pdf#page=13Not ApplicableHow much difficulty do you have walking 500 metres on level ground that would be about _____________ (insert country-specific example)? Would you say: no difficulty, a little difficulty, a lot of difficulty, or are you unable to do this?2008
report/Miller_NCHS_2008BudapestReport.pdf#page=13Not ApplicableHow much difficulty do you have walking 500 metres on level ground that would be about _____________ without using your ______ [mention aid(s) in W1b]? Would you say: no difficulty, a little difficulty, a lot of difficulty, or are you unable to do this?2008
report/DeMaio_Census_2003DisabilityQuestions.pdf#page=3Census Dress RehearsalBecause of a physical, mental, or emotional condition lasting 6 months or more, does this person have any difficulty doing any of the activities listed below?...Walk 3 blocks or lift a bag of groceries1997
report/DeMaio_Census_2003DisabilityQuestions.pdf#page=5Census Dress RehearsalMark the category that best describes this person's usual ability to perform the following activities:...Go outside the home alone to shop or visit a doctor's office1997
report/DeMaio_Census_2003DisabilityQuestions.pdf#page=7Census Dress RehearsalDoes this person have any of the following long-lasting conditions - ...A condition that substantially limits one or more basic physical activities such as walking, climibing stairs, reaching, lifting, or carrying?1997
report/Miller_NCHS_2006ACSDisabilityReport.pdf#page=23ACSDoes this person have serious difficulty walking or climbing stairs WITHOUT equipment such as a cane, walker, or wheelchair?2004
report/Bates_Census_1995_NationalContentTest.pdf#page=191996 National Content TestHow much difficulty does this person have walking a quarter of a mile?1995
report/Alur_Mont_UNICEF_Children Disabilities_India.pdf#page=18UNICEF Multiple Indicators SurveyCompared with children of the same age, does [he/she] have difficulty walking 500 meters on level ground? (That would be about...[Insert country specific example])2012
report/Alur_Mont_UNICEF_Children Disabilities_India.pdf#page=20UNICEF Multiple Indicators SurveyCompared with children of the same age, does [he/she] have difficulty walking 100 meters on level ground? (That would be about...[Insert country specific example]2012
report/Alur_Mont_UNICEF_Children Disabilities_India.pdf#page=22UNICEF Multiple Indicators SurveyCompared with children of the same age, does[he/she]have difficulty walking a short distance? for e.g. across a large room.2012
report/Alur_Mont_UNICEF_Children Disabilities_India.pdf#page=24UNICEF Multiple Indicators SurveyCompared with children of the same age, does [he/she] have difficulty walking a longer distance? For e.g. to a store?2012
report/WashingtonGroup_NCHS_2010_ESCAP.pdf#page=8Not ApplicableDo you have difficulty walking or climbing steps?2010
report/Massey_NCHS_2014_UNICEF_Child_Disability.pdf#page=10Module on Child Functioning and DisabilityCompared with children of the same age, does [he/she] have difficulty walking? Would you say…2012
report/Massey_NCHS_2014_UNICEF_Child_Disability.pdf#page=11Module on Child Functioning and DisabilityCompared with children of the same age, does [he/she] have difficulty walking 500 yards on level ground? (That would be about…. [Insert country specific example]) Would you say…(children 5-17)2012
report/Massey_NCHS_2014_UNICEF_Child_Disability.pdf#page=11Module on Child Functioning and DisabilityCompared with children of the same age, does [he/she] have difficulty walking 100 yards on level ground? (That would be about…. [Insert country specific example]) Would you say…2012
report/Massey_NCHS_2014_UNICEF_Child_Disability.pdf#page=13Module on Child Functioning and Disability[Without the use of any equipment or assistance,] does (name) have difficulty walking?2012
report/Massey_NCHS_2014_UNICEF_Child_Disability.pdf#page=13Module on Child Functioning and Disability[Without the use of equipment or assistance], does (name) have difficulty walking 100 yards/meters on level ground? That would be about the length of one football field.2012
report/Massey_NCHS_2014_UNICEF_Child_Disability.pdf#page=14Module on Child Functioning and Disability[Without the use of equipment or assistance], does (name) have difficulty walking 500 yards/meters on level ground? That would be about the length of five football fields.2012
report/Massey_NCHS_2014_UNICEF_Child_Disability.pdf#page=14Module on Child Functioning and DisabilityWhen using his/her equipment or assistance, does (name) have difficulty walking?2012