The not-so-impossible dream
Family-centred outcome measurement following paediatric stroke
An exploration of participation in leisure activities post-stroke
Family caregivers’ perceptions of hospital-based allied health services post-stroke : Use of the Measure of Processes of Care to investigate processes of care
Assessment of the upper limb in acute stroke : The validity of hierarchal scoring for the Motor Assessment Scale
Clock drawing from the occupational therapy adult perceptual screening test : Its correlation with demographic and clinical factors in the stroke population
Information provision to clients with stroke and their carers : Self-reported practices of occupational therapists
Neuroscience makes sense for occupational therapy
Evidence for the retraining of sensation after stroke remains limited
An ankle foot orthosis improves walking in the short-term but there is no evidence that an upper limb splint improves function, range of movement or reduces pain after a stroke or non-progressive brain lesion
Response to Commentary of ‘Evidence for the retraining of sensation after stroke : A systematic review’
Response to Commentary, ‘Evidence for the retraining of sensation after stroke remains limited’