GRASP Arm and Hand Fine Motor Skill Training (GRASP)

Arm and Hand Fine Motor Skill Training (GRASP)

GRASP (Graded Repetitive Arm Supplementary Program) is a 10-week program, designed for people living with a stroke who have difficulty using their arm and hand. The goal of GRASP is to promote safe and effective upper limb use, foster self-management and increase quality of life. 

The GRASP exercises will be taught, practiced and progressed each week in a group setting, and participants continue their daily exercises at home, independently or with the help of a caregiver and/or family memberThe participation of a caregiver and/or family member is highly encouraged as this support increases improvement and involvement with patients. Some exercises include range of motion, strengthening, and weight-bearing exercises as well as functional and fine-motor skill training. 

Some arm and hand movement of the stroke-affected side is required to participate in this program, and it is highly recommended to begin this program within four weeks of your stroke for best results. 

Location: Vancouver - Templeton Park. 

Registration: Call the Warmline at 1-888-540-6666 or email for more information.

GRASP chair arm lift exercise  GRASP folding laundry  GRASP opening lid  
GRASP pouring  GRASP picking up poker chips

Learn more about GRASP on the University of British Columbia GRASP website where you can find overview videos and example exercise videos.