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This study will aim to address the question "What do the users of rehabilitation programmes think is important in a rehabilitation tool?". The study uses a short questionnaire to collect the views of stroke survivors, carers and professionals on services available after a stroke and what aspects of rehabilitation are most important to them.
This research will be used to inform further projects looking at user perspectives on services available after a stroke, and in the long term will form part of a larger project aiming to improve rehabilitation outcomes for stroke survivors who have suffered a visual impairment as a result of stroke.
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