Rethinking early intervention rehabilitation services for children with motor difficulties: engaging stakeholders in the conceptualization of telerehabilitation primary care

Karen Hurtubise, Gabrielle Pratte, Caroline Hamel, Irma Clapperton & Chantal Camden
Rehabilitation services for children with mild motor difficulties are limited. Telehealth could be a novel avenue through which to provide these services. With the input of various stakeholder groups, this study aimed to develop a logic model for a new primary care telerehabilitation intervention and to identify influencing implementation factors. A participatory research design was used. A logic model, developed in consultation with five healthcare managers, was discussed with four stakeholder groups. Focus groups were...
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