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To explore the usability and effects of an assistive soft robotic glove in the home setting after stroke or multiple sclerosis. A mixed methods design. Participants with stroke (n = 10) or multiple sclerosis (n = 10) were clinically assessed, and instructed to use the glove in activities of daily living for 6 weeks. They reported their experience of using the glove via weekly telephone interviews and 1 semi-structured interview. The soft robotic glove was used by participants in a wide varietydoi:10.2340/16501977-2650 pmid:31993671 fatcat:kpnqn6hkybguvislwa5gtizjxe