We investigated the feasibility of delivering an individualized progressive high repetition upper extremity ue task specific training protocol for people with stroke in the inpatient rehabilitation setting method fifteen patients with ue paresis participated in this study. Upper extremity task specific training after stroke or disability promotes client centered care encouraging practitioners to match clients motor capabilities goals and interests to specific challenging tasks comprehensive and practical this manual guides allied health practitioners in every aspect of task specific training. Upper extremity task specific training occurs in only about half of therapy sessions focused on the ue and it involves an average of only 32 repetitions lang et al 2009similarly patients spend approximately 47 min day in occupational therapy in the early phases of stroke rehabilitation but only 4 11 min are spent on ue rehabilitation bernhardt chan nicola collier 2007 harris . The manual titled upper extremity task specific training after stroke or disability by lang and birkenmeier 2014 was also utilized to give a general overview of task specific training for the ue and to help guide each activity the participant chose to work on for activities not included in this manual the therapist analyzed the activity . Repetitive task training for improving functional ability after stroke stroke can cause problemswith movement often down just one side of the body alllimbs can be affectedand while some recovery is
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