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
Assessment of the upper limb in acute stroke
Clock drawing from the occupational therapy adult perceptual screening test
Information provision to clients with stroke and their carers
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
Response to Commentary, ‘Evidence for the retraining of sensation after stroke remains limited’