Compared to directed cues, guided cues are associated with favorable outcomes for individuals with stroke-related cognitive impairments. We examined the frequencies of directed and guided cues in usual rehabilitation care (occupational therapy and physical therapy) and in strategy training sessions (where guided cues are emphasized).
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