Stroke Impact Scale (SIS)
What it measures:
Activities of daily living, cognition, communication, depression, functional mobility, gait, general health, life participation, quality of life, social relationships, social support, upper extremity function
People with stroke
Professional Association Recommendations:
- Highly recommended for use in home health, skilled nursing facilities, and outpatient settings.
- Highly recommended for use with people who have subacute (2-6 mo) and chronic (>6 mo) stroke.
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Date: May 21, 2013
Content Type: Test & Measure
Jane Sullivan, PT, DHS
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