(1) To assess the effectiveness of home-and community based brain rehabilitation (HCBR) in a large cohort of individuals with disabilities secondary to cerebrovascular accident (CVA), and (2) to evaluate the responsiveness to treatment of the Mayo-Portland Adaptability Inventory (MPAI-4) to changes resulting from HCBR in this patient group.
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Disclosure: Irwin M. Altman is the Area Executive Director for Rehab Without Walls. Shannon Swick is the Area Vice President of Rehab Without Walls. James F. Malec is an Inventive Software Solutions grant subcontractor.
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