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Disability and rehabilitation


Año 2010. Número 32 (3)

Research Papers

Evaluation of quality of life in people with aphasia using a Dutch version of the SAQOL-39
E. Manders, E. Dammekens, I. Leemans, K. Michiels pp 173-182

A Delphi study on environmental factors that impact work and social life participation of individuals with multiple sclerosis in Austria and Switzerland
Birgit Prodinger, Andrea P. Weise, Lynn Shaw, Tanja A. Stamm pp 183-195
Being in- or out-of-sync: Couples' adaptation to change in multiple sclerosis
Helene Starks, Megan A. Morris, Kathryn M. Yorkston, Robin F. Gray, Kurt L. Johnson pp 196-206
Absence of combined effects of anemia and bilateral surgical status on inpatient rehabilitation outcomes following total knee arthroplasty
Heather K. Vincent, Morrow R. Omli, Kevin R. Vincent pp 207-215

Usefulness of perceived level of exertion in patients with chronic low back pain attending a physical training programme
Christophe Demoulin, Jeanine A. Verbunt, Bjorn Winkens, J. André Knottnerus, Rob J. Smeets pp 216-222

Community services for young adults with motor disabilities – A paradox
Johanna Darrah, Joyce Magill-Evans, Nancy L. Galambos pp 223-229

The 'risk inventory for persons with spinal cord injury': Development and preliminary validation of a risk assessment tool for spinal cord injury
Stewart Neufeld, Cathy Lysack pp 230-238

Effectiveness of a community-based low intensity exercise programme for ambulatory stroke survivors
Mary Christine Cramp, Richard J. Greenwood, Michael Gill, Anthea Lehmann, John Christine Rothwell, Oona M. Scott pp 239-247

Parents' perspectives on occupational therapy and physical therapy goals for children with cerebral palsy
Lesley Wiart, Lynne Ray, Johanna Darrah, Joyce Magill-Evans pp 248-258

Development of an objective balance assessment method for purposes of telemonitoring and telerehabilitation in elderly population
Zlatko Matjacic, Klemen Bohinc, Imre Cikajlo pp 259-266
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