A list of publications from our team that may be of interest to you can be found here.
A summary of references for evidence-based somatosensory rehabilitation may be found here.
A book on neuroscience-based approaches to rehabilitation, edited by Prof Leeanne M. Carey:
Reference: Carey, LM (editor) (2012) Stroke Rehabilitation: Insights from Neuroscience and Imaging. Oxford University Press.
Engagement and Impact:
- The SENSe program of work is featured as an exemplar case study on the Australian Research Council’s Engagement and Impact Data Portal. See https://dataportal.arc.gov.au/EI/Web/impact/ImpactStudies#/20/1/Carey/(institution-short-name%3D%22LTU%22)
- Over 30 national/ international keynote and invited presentations on this topic at Conferences
- Three podcasts presented by the National Stroke Foundation on neuroplasticity, sensory loss, and pain
- Stroke survivor’s experiences of Sense include: harnessing positivity in the therapeutic relationship and specialised therapy; distinct awareness of gains and differences in bodily sensations; improved control and choice in daily performance