Family intervention after stroke: does counseling or education help?

  title={Family intervention after stroke: does counseling or education help?},
  author={Ron L Evans and A L Matlock and Duane S Bishop and Susan Q Stranahan and Carol Pederson},
  volume={19 10},
Two interventions for improving stroke caregiver knowledge, stabilizing family function, promoting patient adjustment, and enlisting the use of social resources after stroke were compared with routine medical and nursing care of stroke patients (n = 61) at a 440-bed Veterans Administration Medical Center. The education intervention (n = 64) consisted of classroom instruction for caregivers about basic stroke care principles. The counseling condition (n = 63) consisted of education plus seven… CONTINUE READING

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