GENERAL REPORT OF THE COGNITIVE TESTING M XICO INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE ESTADISTICA, GEOGRAF An E INFORM TICA INEGI

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INEGI chose to do the Cognitive testing proposed by WCG, with its own particular resources.It was did from the sixth to the tenth of June.In every family unit, there was no less than one individual with a disability.82 families interviewed.326 individuals interviewed.Two focal states (Aguascalientes and Mexico City)..

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GENERAL REPORT OF THE COGNITIVE TESTING MÉXICO INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE ESTADISTICA, GEOGRAFÍA E INFORMÁTICA (INEGI) Sixth meeting of the Washington Group in Disability Statistics October 10-13, 2006 Kampala, Uganda

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BACKGROUND INEGI chose to do the Cognitive testing proposed by WCG, with its own assets. It was done from the sixth to the tenth of June. In every family unit, there was no less than one individual with a handicap. 82 family units met. 326 individuals met. Two focal states (Aguascalientes and Mexico City).

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INTERVIEWERS Educational level of the questioners: 7 have finished up proficient's level 3 have secondary school concentrates All of them are Spanish-speakers

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TRAINING A Manual was expounded for the questioner, it can be utilized as a guide for preparing and as assistant manual through the meetings, and the substance was: to determine the test's goals as the inquiries Instructions of rounding out, proposals to complete the meeting relying upon kind of the individual's restriction; suggestions to illuminate troublesome cases and agent viewpoints. It was qualified in two days, in the main, the instrument and the precisions of the segments were seen, and in the second day questions and issues were explained. A pilot practice was done, it comprised in applying the instrument in a total families, the methodology were reconsidered again and the vital changes were made.

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RESPONDENTS Observation unit: families with no less than one individual with inability. The private and open foundations, which work with and for the general population with incapacity gave us the data adjoin the families. Aggregate of individuals met: 326 individuals in 82 family units. Normal number of meetings by family unit: 4 individuals. Normal time for meetings by family unit: 2:45 hrs.

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Distribution of the families by kind of incapacity

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The respondents' profile social – statistic All the chose families knew about the test An arrangement was settled for the meeting, The dates and hour were chosen by Interviewed individuals considering that in the families there were available the vast majority of individuals.

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REPORT TYPE The meetings were characterized in the two after ways: SELF REPORT: when the meeting was made specifically with the respondent; as it were, the witness addressed all inquiries PROXY REPORT: When the individual's data was given by a third individual under his approval: In the situations where when one of them couldn't be available (by individual reasons) in the meeting, Another case, was the point at which the individual (respondent) experienced a serious handicap, that did not permit him to answer the meeting independent from anyone else, (the data was given by his folks or the individual who is accountable for his care) A third case was the point at which the "source" was a little kid (infants and youngsters under 6 years old).

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Sex and Age 46.9% was connected to men and 53.1% to ladies. 16.9% of the meetings were made to kids among 0 to 14 years of age. 14.7% to individuals of 60 and more years. 23.6% to youthful populace in the vicinity of 15 and 29 years and 44.5% to the number of inhabitants in 30 to 59 years of age.

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QUESTIONNAIRE The survey fundamentally has kept up its unique structure from its English variant; yet it was important to make a few changes in accordance with the areas to guarantee their application and checking. To start with change : An area was expounded for the family unit where we incorporated the rundown of individuals in the family, a few information statistic asked for the family in the subjective testing and another data like control estimation. Name of the questioner Household pay (month to month) The commitment statements and secrecy Observation's area. Geological area Place of the meeting Control of the family unit and poll Lists of individuals in family Duration of the meeting

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Second change: In a portion of the inquiries, about information of the witness, slight adjustments were made to adjust the inquiries our local dialect. Moreover demonstrated inquiries in the Count of Population and Housing 2005 were utilized. The adjusted inquiries were the accompanying ones: Educational level Original WCG structures: 2. How long in all did you spend examining in school, school or college? A long time _____ Adaptation for Mexico:

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Household wage Original WCG structures: 5. What is your family unit salary? (See card) ( J, C, M, F, S, K, P, D, H, U, N ) Adaptation for Mexico: The aggregate sum of family unit salary (month to month) was asked in national cash lastly the transformation was made to Euros and it was arranged by the table that proposed by WCG.

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Construction of use universes (spaces) For each area of the test, diverse subgroups were built, in the event that they utilize or no aides or types of gear; in these cases a watchful audit was done and we assessed the likelihood of separating them in areas. This was done in every one of the areas that required it.

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Third change: Following a few proposals of the WCG, toward the finish of the poll a segment on incapacity was included , with inquiries sort and reason for handicap that were utilized as a part of the XII General Census on Population and Housing 2000, a question on age at inability onset was included as well.

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TRANSLATION OF THE QUESTIONNAIRE The interpretation work was performed by staff from INEGI that have a proper information of the English dialect and some learning regarding the matter; the deciphering procedure was the accompanying: Two autonomous interpretations were set up of the poll that the WCG sent us. From those two interpretations, a third form was readied that endured changes when it was contrasted and the ideas utilized by ICF, a few tests were made to assess their comprehension. At the point when the time touched base to plan the survey and from the perceptions got by the master faculty in the instrument outline, a few questions emerged. We came back to the first poll and ICF, and a fourth form of the interpretation was acquired, which was utilized for the rising. Issues and trouble during the time spent the interpretations The significance of a few expressions of the poll in English didn't relate to utilized as a part of Spanish dialect, as specialized terms, regionalisms and questions of the agent

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TRANSLATION OF THE QUESTIONNAIRE HEARING The cuestion: Do you wear a listening device constantly of the time, , just for specific exercises, or none of the time? In this cuestion are incorporated the appropriate response choices, it was made broad a redundant; to maintain a strategic distance from this situacion, the initial segment of the question was equivalent: Do you wear a hearing… ? What's more, whatever remains of cuestion were left in the appropriate response choice The sentence: In to croweded room? "Room" refered to kind of physical espace, so that the informat remembered that it could be in any space, not the only one a "room" this word change by "PLACE". The same occurred in the sentence "calm room"

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QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS HEARING The cuestion: How frequently do you MISS words in discussion or on the radio or TV since you experience issues hearing? The respondent's understanding was afirmative, How regularly do you LISTEN WELL words in discussion or on the radio or TV since you experience issues hearing? For the cuestionnaries in Spanish io change the writing in confirmed frame for to lessen the misstep.

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RESULTS

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Distribution of individuals by area

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Vision

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Hearing

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Cognitive

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Lower Mobility

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Self-mind

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Communication

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CONCLUSIONS 1. The center question on Cognitive (fixation and memory) it ends up being exceptionally broad; also, for the instance of Mexico it is not a term that is known for all. The words we select. were: "To REMEMBER AND CONCENTRATES", yet they were of minimal basic utilize and in this manner, the sources don't place them with regards to a day by day circumstance. 2. In Communication the question is too long and mistake for a few witnesses (both forms, Spanish and English) in spite of the fact that it was incorporated into the setting of a similar one.

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On the agent viewpoints: 3. Some sort of channel is required with a specific end goal to apply the inquiries as indicated by the age of the respondents or to do the important adjustments to characterize those center inquiries that can display predispositions for the age of the respondents.

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Thank you for your consideration rita.velazquez@inegi.gob.mx

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