Adapted Dance Used in Subacute Rehabilitation Post-Stroke: Impacts Perceived by Patients, Relatives and Rehabilitation Therapists

Beaudry, Lucie; Fortin, Sylvie et Rochette, Annie (2019). « Adapted Dance Used in Subacute Rehabilitation Post-Stroke: Impacts Perceived by Patients, Relatives and Rehabilitation Therapists ». Disability and Rehabilitation, 42(21), pp. 2997-3006.

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Purpose : To examine the perceived impacts of an adapted-dance group intervention when added to intensive functional rehabilitation post-stroke. Method : In this exploratory qualitative case study, semi-structured interviews were analyzed using a deliberative inductive logic and referring to the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health. Participants were patients in rehabilitation post-stroke (≤25 days) (n=6), relatives (n=4) and rehabilitation therapists (n=12). Selection was on a voluntary basis. The intervention added to the patients’ rehabilitation program consisted of 55-minute bi-weekly sessions for 10 weeks. Results : Three categories of perceived positive impacts emerged from the data: (1) mobility, (2) mental functions and personal factors (emotional functions, motivation and self-efficacy) and (3) interpersonal interactions and social life. A fourth category of perceived impacts involving exercise tolerance was both positive, in terms of general physical endurance, and negative, in terms of a feeling of increased fatigue. Conclusion : Such an adapted-dance intervention holds promise in subacute rehabilitation post-stroke. Its main strength lies in its perceived positive impact on mental functions, personal factors, and interpersonal and social interactions.

Type: Article de revue scientifique
Mots-clés ou Sujets: Adapted dance; stroke rehabilitation; mobility; mental functions; self-efficacy; interpersonal interactions
Unité d'appartenance: Faculté des arts > Département de danse
Déposé par: Lucie Beaudry
Date de dépôt: 10 sept. 2021 09:10
Dernière modification: 10 sept. 2021 09:10
Adresse URL : http://archipel.uqam.ca/id/eprint/14567

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