Abstract| Volume 100, ISSUE 10, e9, October 2019

Improving Activity Engagement in Stroke Survivors and Care-Partners Through a Positive Psychology Intervention

      Stroke affects activity participation for survivors and their care-partners. We developed a positive-psychology intervention for couples coping with stroke to promote activity engagement and well-being. The purpose of this study was to explore changes in activity participation and engagement experienced by stroke survivors and their care-partners following the intervention and to identify potential clinical implications.
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