Date Presented 03/28/20
Increasing ownership of smartphones among adults in the United States who are living with and without disabilities enables access to valued activities, including mobile health (mHealth) services. However, little is known about factors that impact smartphone ownership among poststroke community-dwelling adults. Therefore, this study describes factors that predict smartphone ownership among poststroke community-dwelling adults and the potential application of mHealth services to rehabilitation research and practice.
Primary Author and Speaker: Ryan Walsh
Contributing Authors: Carolyn Baum, Alex Wong