Perceived Strengths and Needs After Rehabilitation in Community-Dwelling Adults With Chronic Stroke

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Date Presented 3/31/2017This study evaluated self-perceived impact of injury on activity performance and satisfaction of adults with chronic stroke. The results showed that being engaged in community-based support programs provided gains in self-perceived activity performance and offered opportunities for social participation.Primary Author and Speaker: Ala'a JaberContributing Authors: Jeff Radel, Dory Sabata

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