The impact of occupation-based community rehabilitation on activities of daily living and the quality of life of stroke survivors with residual disabilities
A demonstration of how occupation-based community rehabilitation programs can improve activities of daily living and the quality of life of stroke survivors.
The aim of this article was to investigate the effects of occupation-based community rehabilitation on activities of daily living and health-related quality of life of people with disabilities after stroke.
Upon completion of this module practitioners should have a clear understanding of:
The limitations of institution –based rehabilitation (IBR) for stroke survivors.
- The role of occupational therapy in the provision of rehabilitation in the community.
- Knowledge of how occupation-based interventions can be incorporated into community rehabilitation programs.
- Knowledge of the occupational therapy intervention process model (OTIPM).
- Knowledge of the Modified Barthel Index (MBI); the EuroQol-5 Dimension (EQ-5D) and the Assessment of Motor and Process Skills (AMPS) assessment tools.
- Knowledge of the Occupational Therapy Assessment Package (OTAP) software.
Instructions for this Module
- Read the supplied reading material and complete the quiz that follows;
- You have three attempts to pass the quiz;
- The pass grade is 70%;
- You need to pass the quiz to claim your CPD certificate;
- Please click on the CPD certificate link below to claim your CPD certificate and to update your CPD Manager.
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