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International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health: ICF Education Portal

This ICF Education Portal supports the work of the World Health Organization Family of International Classifications (WHO-FIC) Network to implement the WHO reference classifications and improve the level and quality of their use in Member States.

This website is hosted by the WHO-FIC Collaborating Centre in South Africa and operates under the auspices of the Functioning and Disability Reference Group (FDRG) and the Education and Implementation Committee (EIC).

On this site you can:

  • find resources to teach others about the ICF in many languages
  • find an ICF educator or advisor
  • share ICF educational resources you have created
  • share your ICF news, upcoming ICF events and ICF research
  • pose and find answers to your questions about ICF and related tools
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