Family-Clinician Collaboration to Improve Neglect and Rehabilitation Outcome after Stroke

The central hypothesis is that FCC will facilitate the amelioration of the SN syndrome, improve functional outcome, empower family members as a care partner during inpatient rehabilitation, reduce caregiver stress, and increase the home return rate at IRF discharge.
Duration

The study will go on for as long as my family member is staying in the Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation, and will take one additional week after he/she leaves the Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation.

Inclusion Criteria

To be included in the study, I must meet all of the following requirements.

o     I am 18 years old or older.

o     I am functionally independent.

o     I am able to follow instructions, understanding verbal or written English.

Compensation

I will receive no payment for taking part in this study.

Research Categories
Stroke
Healthy Volunteers
Actively Recruiting
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