Date Presented 04/21/21
Community-dwelling individuals with chronic stroke experience participation limitations in cognitively demanding activities, which can be partially explained by apathy, executive function, and social support. Increased recognition of apathy, analysis of cognitive activity demands, and access to social support networks may further advance OTs’ ability to address participation limitations among individuals poststroke.
Primary Author and Speaker: Amy Ho
Additional Authors and Speakers: Desiree Taylor, Nicole Klans, Alexandra Reynolds, and Lucia Kissinger
Contributing Authors: Emily Skaletski, Joshua Brown
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