Despite improvements in the prevention and acute management of stroke the number of strokes is projected to increase by 40% over the next ten years. Rehabilitation can reduce disability following stroke yet the availability of rehabilitation to people is limited. Research indicates that dose of rehabilitation is a key factor in reducing disability from a stroke. Yet there has been very little effort made to identify optimal dose of rehabilitation. This study builds on a carefully designed and tested brain stimulation intervention (exciteBCI), embeds it within a physiotherapy programme and delivers it remotely with psychologically sound, motivational telerehabilitation delivery methods. Before testing efficacy in a randomised controlled trial we need to know the optimal daily dose of task-specific exercise (number of repetitions) and the feasibility of using exciteBCI in people with stroke. Our aim is to determine optimal dose and investigate how well exciteBCI functions in a home setting.