Oral presentation Stroke diagnosis| Volume 93, ISSUE 10, e11, October 2012

Article 16 Effectiveness of Home/Community-Based Rehabilitation for 738 Patients With Stroke: Evidence of a Dose-Response Relationship

      (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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