Background: Education is essential to promote prevention of recurrent stroke and maximize rehabilitation; however, current techniques are limited and many patients remain dissatisfied. Virtual reality (VR) may provide an alternative way of conveying complex information through a more universal language. Aim: To develop and conduct preliminary assessments on the use of a guided and personalized 3D visualization education session via VR, for stroke survivors and primary caregivers. Methods: Four poststroke patients and their 4 primary caregivers completed the 3D visualization education session as well as pre- and postintervention interviews.

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