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People affected by stroke can experience difficulties with their mood (e.g. stress, anxiety, and depression). Stroke survivor and caregiver mood is linked. Mindfulness meditation increases present moment awareness and can improve stroke survivor and caregiver mood. People normally learn mindfulness in groups. Learning mindfulness in a group is not always practical and overlooks the links between stroke survivors and their caregivers. Another way to learn mindfulness is online and with a partner. This study will look to see if stroke survivors and their caregivers find using mindfulness online helpful and whether learning together makes a difference.
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