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The Relationships Among ADL, Self-Esteem, and Motivation for Rehabilitation of Stroke Patients

김다혜 1 OH MYUNG HWA 2 Chung Hyunae 2 Kim, jeong ja 3

1동신대학교 대학원 작업치료학과
2동신대학교
3호원대학교

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ABSTRACT

Objective : This study was conducted to check the ADL, self-esteem, and motivation for rehabilitation ofstroke patients and to investigate their relationship and effect. Methods : This study looked at 121 stroke patients, and as the study tools to check the ADL, self-esteem, andmotivation for rehabilitation, each study participant filled out a questionnaire using the Korean version of theModified Barthel Index (K-MBI), Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale (RSES), and Motivation for Rehabilitationmeasurement tool. For the data, a frequency analysis, descriptive statistics, Pearson’s correlation coefficient,and multiple regression analyses were performed. Results : Statistically significant correlations were found between the patient’s self-esteem and ADL, as wellas their task-oriented motivation, change-oriented motivation, and amotivation among synchronous subareas of rehabilitation. Self-esteem was the factor most affecting the stroke patient’s motivation forrehabilitation, with a 16.3% effect. Conclusion : We can conclude from the above that the self-esteem of stroke patients is an affecting factor fortheir motivation for rehabilitation. Consequently, it should be considered that not only an improvement inphysical function but also the support of the patient’s internal psychology be performed for the rehabilitationof stroke patients.

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