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How are cognitive impairment, fatigue and signs of depression related to participation in daily life among persons with multiple sclerosis?

Conclusions: Increasing participation is an important outcome of rehabilitation. The results of this study suggest a multifactorial approach to intervention that considers physical, mental and emotional component to maximize participation among persons with MS. Implications for Rehabilitation Rehabilitation for persons living with multiple sclerosis (MS) should incorporate careful evaluation of physical disability, cognitive impairment and depression and their impact on participation. Clinicians need to evaluate participation in a variety of daily activities, including activities within and outside of the home, and leisure activities. Signs of depression may have a greater impact on participation in outdoor and leisure activities then on other activities. PMID: 24524439 [PubMed – as su…

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How are cognitive impairment, fatigue and signs of depression related to participation in daily life among persons with multiple sclerosis?

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