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Everyday Evidence: Activating Behavior for Lasting Engagement (ABLE)

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On today's episode we are joined by assistant professor and director of the Disability and WELLness laboratory at the University of MInnesota, Emily Kringle. We discuss her work on developing the ABLE and duoABLE projects, which are behavioral activation-based interventions aimed to reduce post-stroke sedentary behavior through engagement in meaningful daily activities. 

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