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Anxiety and depression are prevalent after a stroke.1,2 Peer support is a non-pharmacologic intervention utilized to manage post-stroke anxiety and depression with inconsistent results.3 Reminiscence therapy is an intervention that has been studied in the dementia population but is a relatively new intervention for the stroke population and has the potential to impact the psychological care provided to stroke patients.4
post-stroke, anxiety, depression, reminiscence therapy
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Porter, Carly, "Reminiscence Therapy for Prevention of Post-Stroke Anxiety and Depression in Adults" (2023). Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies Capstone Presentations (Center City). 12.