Recognition of the change in use of a paralyzed hand during family participation type self-training and transfer package Shouhei Hori 1 , Takashi Takebayashi 2 1Department of Rehabilitation, Sapporo Keijinkai Rehabilitation Hospital 2School of Comprehensive Rehabilitation, Osaka Prefecture University Keyword: 上肢機能 , CI療法 , 家族支援 , 行動変容 , Upper extremity function , Constraint induced movement therapy , Family support , Behavior change pp.593-600
Published Date 2019/10/15
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 A stroke patient who displayed frontal lobe dysfunction, and lacked ability to self-monitor, received task-oriented training and transfer package with family participatory transfer package(12 weeks, 0.5 hours per day, 5-7 days per week). Consequently, this intervention facilitated self-monitoring and changed the behavior of affected arm in the real world. Previous studies showed the caregiver deeply understanding the key training points and participating in the training with therapists. In our case report, facilitating participating in the transfer package promoted change in the monitoring and arm use in real world function of the affected arm. Intervention by the patient's family might be one of factor to facilitate the behavioral learning.

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