|Purpose：The purpose of this study is to assess the effect for gait, balance, and depression for stroke patients by group task-related program training based motor learning theory. Methods：The subjects of this study were administrated to the 11 stroke patients (9 male, 2 female) by 5 weeks, 3 times per week, 15 times. The group task-related program training were performed gait, balance, treadmill, muscle strengthening, and game program. Each program took 7~10 minutes and total time took 60 minutes including moving time. The difference of program training were compared using the paired t-test. Results：The results of this study revealed that Fugl-Meyer motor assessment, Chedoke-McMaster Stroke assessment of lower extremity and Berg balance scale were significantly correlated. However, impairment item of Chedoke-McMaster Stroke assessment, spatio-temporal gait parameters, Timed up and go test, and depression item of Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory were not significantly correlated. Conclusion：These results support that group task-related program could be a useful treatment to improve the balance skills and motor function of lower extremity for the chronic stroke patients.