Date Presented 04/04/19
The purpose of the study is to identify which health outcomes are predictors of self-efficacy in community-dwelling stroke survivors. Results indicated that by focusing on improving stroke-specific quality of life as well as the level of engagement in extended activities of daily living, OTs can improve the self-efficacy of stroke clients. This understanding can guide OTs to implement more meaningful and effective interventions for stroke survivors.
Primary Author and Speaker: Yan-hua Huang
Additional Authors and Speakers: Lauren Kawano, Joanne Kwak, Katherine Simon, Thao Thai
Contributing Authors: Ching-Yi Wu