The Impact of Perceptual Impairment on Social Participation in Stroke Patients

Completed

Phase N/A Results N/A

Trial Description

The perceptual change on stroke patients during the movement recovery and its relationship with social participation still remain unclear. The purposes of this study are: 1) to observe the progression of perception deficit and 2) to understand the relationships among perception deficit and other functional indicators.
A total of 90 stroke patients will be recruited. Each patient will receive three times evaluation, including perception tests, motor function test, daily living ability tests and social leisure participation questionnaires.

Detailed Description

According to motor control theory, perception plays an important role in the execution of motion. Although the effect of rehabilitation for motor recovery on stroke patients has been well established, the perceptual change during the movement recovery and its relationship with social participation still remain unclear.
A total of 90 stroke patients will be recruited. Each patient will receive initial evaluation, first follow-up evaluation after four weeks and second follow-up evaluation after five months. The contents include basic clinical screen tests, perception tests, motor function test, daily living ability tests and social leisure participation questionnaires.
The purposes of this study are: 1) to observe the change of the during the experiment and clarify the progression of perception deficit and 2) to understand the relationships among perception deficit and the other functional indicators and determine the impact of perception deficit on activities and participation in stroke patients.

Conditions

Trial Design

  • Observation: Case-Only
  • Perspective: Prospective
  • Sampling: Probability Sample

Trial Population

the rehabilitation department of hospitals

Outcomes

Type Measure Time Frame Safety Issue
Primary Fugl-Meyer Assessment Up to 3 years No
Secondary Box and Block Test Up to 3 years No
Secondary Modified Ashworth Scale of muscle spasticity Up to 3 years No
Secondary Medical Research Council scale Up to 3 years No
Secondary Wolf Motor Function Test Up to 3 years No
Secondary Action Research Arm Test Up to 3 years No
Secondary Nottingham Extended Activities of Daily Living Scale Up to 3 years No
Secondary Adelaide Activities Profile Up to 3 years No
Secondary ABILHAND questionnaire Up to 3 years No
Secondary Motor Activity Log Up to 3 years No
Secondary Stroke Impact Scale Up to 3 years No
Secondary Nottingham Leisure Questionnaire Up to 3 years No
Secondary Leisure Satisfaction Scale Up to 3 years No
Secondary Reintegration of Community Living Index Up to 3 years No
Primary Fugl-Meyer Assessment (FMA) Up to 3 years No
Secondary Box and Block Test (BBT) Up to 3 years No
Secondary Modified Ashworth Scale (MAS) Up to 3 years No
Secondary Medical Research Council scale (MRC) Up to 3 years No
Secondary Wolf Motor Function Test (WMFT) Up to 3 years No
Secondary Action Research Arm Test (ARAT) Up to 3 years No
Secondary Nottingham Extended Activities of Daily Living Scale (NEADL) Up to 3 years No
Secondary Adelaide Activities Profile (AAP) Up to 3 years No
Secondary Motor Activity Log (MAL) Up to 3 years No
Secondary Stroke Impact Scale Version 3.0 (SIS 3.0) Up to 3 years No
Secondary Nottingham Leisure Questionnaire (NLQ) Up to 3 years No
Secondary Leisure Satisfaction Scale (LSS) Up to 3 years No
Secondary Reintegration to Normal Living Index (RNLI) Up to 3 years No

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