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Improving Quality of Life and Depression After Stroke Through Telerehabilitation (2015)

Linder, S. M., Rosenfeldt, A. B., Bay, R. C., Sahu, K., Wolf, S. L., & Alberts, J. L. (2015). Improving quality of life and depression after stroke through telerehabilitation. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 69, 6902290020.

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This study evaluated the effects of home-based robot-assisted rehabilitation coupled with a home exercise program compared to a home exercise program alone on depression and quality of life in people after stroke. Statistically significant changes we ...

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