Examining barriers and supports to community living and participation after a stroke from a participatory action research approach.

@article{Hammel2006ExaminingBA,
  title={Examining barriers and supports to community living and participation after a stroke from a participatory action research approach.},
  author={Joy Hammel and Robin Jones and Andrea Gossett and Elizabeth Morgan},
  journal={Topics in stroke rehabilitation},
  year={2006},
  volume={13 3},
  pages={
          43-58
        }
}
This participatory action research study focused on identifying community participation goals, barriers, and supports/strategies in partnership with people who have experienced a stroke. Goals demonstrate that participation is more than activity performance in context; instead, it relates to "being a part of" the community and having access to participation opportunities and supports. Results of community site audits from the first 20 participants document environmental (physical, cognitive… CONTINUE READING

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