Abstract

Date Presented Accepted for AOTA INSPIRE 2021 but unable to be presented due to online event limitations.

In acute care, discharge planning is a primary role of OT for clients with arm impairment after stroke. Discharge planning accounts for many factors, including impairments, function, social supports, insurance, and the input of other disciplines. This research aimed to (1) determine the agreement in discharge recommendations between OT and physical therapy during acute hospitalization and (2) determine the agreement of OT recommendation and actual discharge setting for clients with arm impairment after stroke.

Primary Author and Speaker: Nicole C. Lam

Contributing Authors: Kimberly Erler, Jessica Ranford, Jessica D. Asiello, Kimberly Cortina, Natasha Frazier, Abigail Rude, Caitlin Sadlak, Helena Thorne, Rachel Collins, Erin E. Donovan, Sarah Norris, and David Lin

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