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The Official Journal of the Korean Academy of Kinesiology 2011;13(2):11-20.
Published online April 30, 2011.
The Effect of Task-Oriented Program on the Visual Perception, Standing Balance and Activities of Daily Living in the patients with Stroke
Ho-Seung Lee, Dong-Jin Lee, Kyung-Tae Yoo
CheongJu St. Mary's Hospital
Gwangju Health College University
Namseoul University
Correspondence:  Kyung-Tae Yoo,
Email: taeyoo88@nsu.ac.kr
Received: 30 November 2010   • Accepted: 16 January 2011

The purpose of this study was to investigate the visual perception, daily living activities and standing balance of stroke patient appling Task-Oriented training program.
30 subjects were recruited from Cheong-ju's C-hospital inpatient satisfying requirement for this study. They were divided into Task-Oriented training group and Conventional therapy group. Seventeen subjects received Task-Oriented training program at the Department of Occupational therapy. The forty minutes daily therapy were conducted for 8 weeks for the individual patient. For evaluating, Mini-Mental Status Examination(MMSE-K), Motor-Free Visual Perception Test(MVPT-V), Functional Reach Test(FRT) and Functional Independence Measure(FIM) were used to assess upper extremity function, cognitive function, visual perception, standing balance and abilities of daily living activities. Collected data were statistically analysed by SPSS PC(ver. 12.0) for descriptive statistics, paired t-test and independent t-test.
In experimental group, there were significant differences in MVPT-V(p<0.05), FRT(p<0.05), and FIM(p<0.05). In control group, here were significant differences in MVPT-V(p<0.05). there were significant differences in MVPT-V(p<0.05), FRT(p<0.05), and FIM(p<0.05) between groups.
task-oriented training program improved that visual perception, standing balance and abilities of daily living activities. In generally our country hospital is exists separately where the daily living training and cognitive treatment room is not many. When interest and motivation it gives the substantial and positive task which is the possibility of making to patients who means becomes a more help in functional recovery.
Keywords: CVA, Functional Reach Test, Task-Oriented training program, Visual perception


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