The Motor Learning Strategy Clinical Decision-Making Process

A clinical decision-making process outlining how therapists can use motor learning strategies in practice. Motor learning strategies are observable therapeutic actions involving the selection, manipulation and application of a motor learning variable according to client and task specific factors and with consideration of motor learning principles.

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    Levac, D., Missiuna, C., Wishart, L., DeMatteo, C., Wright, V. (2011). Documenting the content of physical therapy for children with acquired brain injury: Development and validation of the Motor Learning Strategy Rating Instrument. Physical Therapy, 91(5),689-99.