Feasibility study of the effects of art as a creative engagement intervention during stroke rehabilitation on improvement of psychosocial outcomes: study protocol for a single blind randomized controlled trial: the ACES study

Jacqui H. Morris, Chris Kelly, Madalina Toma, Thilo Kroll, Sara Joice, Gillian Mead, Peter Donnan, Brian Williams

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Abstract

More than 150,000 people in the United Kingdom experience a new stroke per year [1]. Stroke is the main cause of complex adult disability [2], with more than 300,000 people living with its effects at any time. As many as 85% of stroke survivors experience hemiplegia, which leads to impaired motor control on the affected side of the body. In addition, survivors often experience cognitive and communication impairments that, combined with physical impairments, lead them to experience loss of independence in activities of daily living and restricted return to participation in life roles [1].
Original languageEnglish
JournalTrials
Volume15
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2014

Keywords

  • stroke
  • self-esteem
  • art

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