Care Partner Problem Solving Training (CP-PST) for Care Partners of adults with traumatic injuries during the Inpatient stay

The purpose of this project is to determine: 1) the feasibility and early efficacy of delivering an evidence-based self-management intervention, Problem Solving Training (PST),1 to care partners of adults with TBI, SCI, BI, and stroke during the inpatient stay and 2) the feasibility of promoting generalization of PST after discharge using mobile health (mHealth) technology [e.g. the Care Partner Problem Solving app (CaPPs)].


For as long participants inpatient stay

Inclusion Criteria

Adults (>18 years old) identified as a care partner (spouse, partner, family member, friend, or neighbor involved in assisting the patient with activities of daily living, medical tasks, or responsible in any way for patient’s well-being) of an adult with TBI who is a patient at Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation Hospital.  Must have >1 year relationship with the patient, be able to provide informed consent, and be fluent in English. Participants must have an Android or Apple smartphone or tablet that they are willing to use for the study.



Actively Recruiting