An Outcome Measure which Quantifies Hand Impairment
The GRASSP is a clinical impairment measure for the upper limb for use after tetraplegia. The measure includes three domains which are important in describing hand function.
Highly Responsive (Sensitive) to Change Over Time
Assess the Extent of Spontaneous (Natural) Recovery
Use in clinical trials to evaluate the effect of novel interventions
GRASSP Summary Scores
Measure the various aspects of complex sensori-motor upper limb function
The GRASSP e-Learning Platform has offically launched! Our e-Learning modules and standard inter-active trainings prepare the learner and solidifies the concepts so that the inter-active training experience can cater to the learning needs for each individual. Visit the GRASSP Teaching and Education page for more info.
How the commercialization of GRASSP is telling a new story of research rehabilitation.
Join an open house on Tuesday, November 19, 2019 where our scientist, Dr. Sukhvinder Kalsi-Ryan, will be engaging in a discussion about the innovative work we do at the Rocket Family Upper Extremity Clinic within the Lyndhurst Centre. This is a great opportunity to not only learn about newly developed innovations in neuro-restoration for the neurological upper limb, but also to know what we have to offer at the clinic. Please RSVP to Jerri Clout, email@example.com directly or register for free at this eventbrite link.
Dr. Sukhvinder Kalsi-Ryan presents Outcomes Assessment in TBI and SCI at 11:45 a.m. on Aug. 13, 2018, at NeuroTrauma Symposium 2018.
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