Thursday January 18th 2018

Kessler Foundation MS researchers link cognition with limited activity and participation

(Kessler Foundation) Kessler Foundation researchers found that processing speed is the primary limiting factor associated with activity and participation in everyday life among people with multiple sclerosis (MS). ‘Factors that moderate activity limitation and participation restriction in people with multiple sclerosis’ was published in the American Journal of Occupational Therapy. This is the first such study of cognition and measures of activity and participation in MS. (Source: EurekAlert! – Medicine and Health)

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Kessler Foundation MS researchers link cognition with limited activity and participation

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