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Rehabilitation is participating method to reduce the braindamagedue to stroke. The aim of the restoration is to send the client to home and exploit recovery with safe, advancedregimesuitable to the specificclient. Good rehabilitation of people with stroke comprisesinitial physical, work-related and speech therapy. Goodrestorationtreatmentsgives better results in motor function and inverse the incapacitiesof stroke. (TorgierBrunn, 2014)1
A descriptive and evaluative approach was used. One group pre-test and post-test research strategy was adopted. With a non-probability convenience sampling ,30 samples from hospitals were selected. A structured questionnaire was set to check the knowledge and observation checklist was made to check the knowledge among the nursing staffabout mirror therapy.
In pre-test most 20 (66.6%) sample had average knowledge followed by 10 (33.3%) were in poor category. None of the sample was in excellent range.
The plot twist reveals the most 19 (63.3%) sample had average knowledge followed by 10 (33.3%) Sample had excellent knowledge and only 1 (3%) had poor knowledge.
This study has helped to evaluate the awareness of nursing staffabout mirror therapy. The knowledge of nursing staff in post-test was significantly greaterin pre-test score. The finding of the research proved, teaching through planned teaching source is really effective to increase and upgrade the knowledge of the staff nurses.
The study reveals that it is important to have regular in-service education programme for student nurses to improve their knowledge and practise skills while caring for the patient.