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Table 2 Participants’ demographic characteristics at baseline

From: A feasibility study of a mobile phone supported family-centred ADL intervention, F@ce™, after stroke in Uganda

  IG n = 13 CG n = 15
Age, mean (SD) 61.2 (15.0) 58.5 (14.0)
Gender, men/women, n (%) 2 (15.4) /11 (84.6) 5 (33.3) /10 (66.7)
Civil status, married/single, n (%) 5 (38.5) /8 (61.5) 8 (53.3) /7 (46.7)
Housing, own house/rented house, n (%) 13 (100) /0 10 (66.7) /5 (33.3)
Born in Uganda, yes/no, n (%) 13 (100) 15 (100)
Level of education, elementary school/ high school or university, n (%) 11 (84.6) /2 (15.4) 10 (66.7) /5 (33.3)
Occupational status before stroke, Employed /occasional work, n (%) 3 (23.1) /10 (76.9) 6 (40) /9 (60)
Hemisphere, left/right n, (%) 5 (38.5) /8 (61.5) 4 (26.7) /11 (73.7)
Type of Stroke, haemorrhage/ infarction/Unspecified stroke, n (%) 3 (23.1) /10 (76.9) /0 3 (20.0) /11 (73.3) /1 (6.7)
Time after stroke, n (%)
 3 months – 6 months 10 (76.9) 10 (66.7)
 7 months – 11 months 3 (23.1) 3 (20.0)
 1 year – 2 years 0 2 (13.3)
Scandinavian Stroke Scale, (0–58), median, (1st, 3rd quartile) 39 (39, 44) 45 (40, 49.3)
Barthel Index,(0–100), median, (1st, 3rd quartiles) 70 (75, 55) 70 (57.5, 95)
Self-efficacy, (0–160) (mean/median) 53 /51 67 /55
Occupational Gaps Questionnaire,(0–22), Mean (SD) 14.0 (2.1) 11.5 (2.8)
Canadian Occupational Performance Measure, (0–10), median (1st, 3rd quartile)
 Performance 2.7 (2.3, 3.6) 2.3 (2.0, 4.2)
 Satisfaction 2.3 (1.7, 4) 3.0 (2.4, 4.4)
Stroke Impact Scale,(0–100), mean (SD)
 Strength 34.6 (21.1) 40.4 (15.8)
 Memory and thinking 69.5 (25.2) 81.4 (19.4)
 Emotions 54.3 (11.2) 58.0 (13.0)
 Communication 71.2, (28.3) 88.6 (16.2)
 Activities of daily living/IADL 41.0 (17.6) 42.7 (19.8)
 Mobility 32.3 (22.5) 42.4 (22.3)
 Hand function 05.4 (12.8) 10.7 (16.4)
 Participation 12.7 (11.8) 19.8 (17.8)
 Stroke recovery 46.9 (16.5) 48.0 (09.4)