Accelerometry data from neurologically-intact, community-dwelling adults and adults with stroke, collected across multiple cycles of NIH R01HD068290.
The first set of accelerometry data are from a cohort of neurologically-intact, community-dwelling adults, age 40-80. Participants wore Actigraph accelerometers on all four limbs for 25 hours. The first hour was in the lab (supervised), where participants completed 10 activities of daily living in a random order. The remaining 24 hrs of recording the participants went about their day in the real world (unsupervised). Data provide a referent sample of middle-aged and older adults for comparison with neurologic populations.
The second set of accelerometry data are from persons with stroke who participated in a clinical trial. Participants followed a similar protocol as above, with accelerometer data coming from the baseline assessment, weekly during the intervention, and then post-intervention.
The third set of accelerometery data are from a longitudinal, prospective cohort of persons with upper limb paresis post stroke, followed from 2 weeks to 6 months after stroke.
The fourth set of accelerometry data are from a longitudinal, prospective cohort of persons with stroke or Parkinson Disease undergoing outpatient rehabilitation services. Persons with stroke have either upper limb or walking data, while persons with Parkinson disease have walking data.