Date Presented 4/19/2018

Action observation therapy (AOT) is an effective upper extremity intervention for people with stroke; however, the benefits for those displaying multiple confounding impairments are unclear. This case study examined the use of AOT for an individual with sensory, cognitive, and visual–perceptual impairments after stroke.

Primary Author and Speaker: Susanna Callender

Contributing Authors: Lou DeMark

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