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This updated guideline is intended to assist health care providers in all aspects of stroke rehabilitation (eg, assessment, treatment, follow-up). The expected outcomes of successfully implementing this guideline include assessing the patient's condition and determining, in collaboration with the patient, family, and caregivers, the optimal treatment and rehabilitation method; optimizing each individual's health outcomes and improve quality of life; minimizing preventable complications and morbidity; and emphasizing the use of patient-centered care.


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