Date Presented 04/9/21

This presentation will describe pilot findings of a novel protocol, the Active Learning Program for Stroke, in which cognitive strategy training is used to facilitate the transfer of robot-trained motor skills to upper limb performance in the home and community. This protocol is relevant to clinical practice with and without robotic technology because it provides clinicians with a structured, client-centered motor learning approach to optimize functional use of the paretic arm and hand after stroke.

Primary Author and Speaker: Susan E. Fasoli

Contributing Authors: Sarah L. Smith

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