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Home-based reach-to-grasp training for people after stroke is feasible: A pilot randomised controlled trial (2016)
Journal Article
Turton, A., Cunningham, P., van Wijck, F., Smartt, H., & Rogers, C. (2017). Home-based reach-to-grasp training for people after stroke is feasible: A pilot randomised controlled trial. Clinical Rehabilitation, 31(7), 891-903. https://doi.org/10.1177/0269215516661751

Objective: To determine feasibility of a randomised controlled trial (RCT) of home-based Reach-to-Grasp training after stroke. Design: single-blind parallel group RCT. Participants: Residual arm deficit less than 12 months post-stroke. Int... Read More about Home-based reach-to-grasp training for people after stroke is feasible: A pilot randomised controlled trial.

Task-specific reach-to-grasp training after stroke: Development and description of a home-based intervention (2015)
Journal Article
Van Vliet, P., Turton, A. J., Cunningham, P., Turton, A., Van Wijck, F., & van Vliet, P. M. (2016). Task-specific reach-to-grasp training after stroke: Development and description of a home-based intervention. Clinical Rehabilitation, 30(8), 731-740. https://doi.org/10.1177/0269215515603438

© The Author(s) 2015. This series of articles for rehabilitation in practice aims to cover a knowledge element of the rehabilitation medicine curriculum. Nevertheless they are intended to be of interest to a multidisciplinary audience. The competency... Read More about Task-specific reach-to-grasp training after stroke: Development and description of a home-based intervention.

Home-based reach-to-grasp training for people after stroke: Study protocol for a feasibility randomized controlled trial (2013)
Journal Article
Turton, A., Cunningham, P., Heron, E., van Wijck, F., Sackley, C., Rogers, C., …van Vliet, P. (2013). Home-based reach-to-grasp training for people after stroke: Study protocol for a feasibility randomized controlled trial. Trials, 14(1), 109. https://doi.org/10.1186/1745-6215-14-109

Background This feasibility study is intended to assess the acceptability of home-based task-specific reach-to-grasp (RTG) training for people with stroke, and to gather data to inform recruitment, retention, and sample size for a definitive rando... Read More about Home-based reach-to-grasp training for people after stroke: Study protocol for a feasibility randomized controlled trial.

Pilot study for a randomised controlled trial of home based reach to grasp training for people after stroke: Instruction manual for exercise manual
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Turton, A., Cunningham, P., van Vliet, P. M., & van Wijck, F. Pilot study for a randomised controlled trial of home based reach to grasp training for people after stroke: Instruction manual for exercise manual

This is the instruction manual for the exercise manual produced to describe the intervention in the 'Reach to Grasp pilot study' as clearly as possible.

Pilot study for a randomised controlled trial of home based reach to grasp training for people after stroke: Exercise manual
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Turton, A., Cunningham, P., van Vliet, P. M., & van Wijck, F. Pilot study for a randomised controlled trial of home based reach to grasp training for people after stroke: Exercise manual

As part of the 'Reach to Grasp pilot study', an exercise manual was produced to describe the intervention as clearly as possible. An instruction manual describing the intervention is available on the repository also.

Pilot study for a randomised controlled trial of home based reach to grasp training for people after stroke: 'Recovery after Stroke' participant information booklets
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Turton, A., & Cunningham, P. Pilot study for a randomised controlled trial of home based reach to grasp training for people after stroke: 'Recovery after Stroke' participant information booklets

As part of the 'Reach to Grasp pilot study', information booklets were produced for participants in the intervention and control groups to provide advice about stroke, neuroplasticity and local services.


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