These individuals all met the inclusion criterion of ability to perform the five subtasks on the Emory Functional Ambulation Profile (EFAP) without any form of human assistance but with the use of an assistive device (if required).
The Emory functional ambulation profile (EFAP) is an instrument measuring the time it takes an individual with stroke to complete each of its five subtasks:
Establishing the reliability and validity of measurement of walking time using the Emory functional ambulation profile.
Glasser used a computerized Functional Ambulation Profile system, designed and developed by Tucker and Nelson, but that was not described in detail .
Footprint peak time and functional ambulation profile reflect the potential for hemiparetic gait recovery.