Article 20 Examining Outcomes of the I-PASS (Improving Participation after Stroke Self Management Program): A Pilot Study

      Research has shown the benefits of self-management interventions for people with chronic health conditions (diabetes, arthritis); however, the majority has screened out people with mild-moderate cognitive disabilities. This project's aims were to 1) deliver a self management intervention for stroke survivors with cognitive disabilities, and, 2) expand content and outcomes to home, community and work participation.
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