This paper presents an interactive home-based adaptive mixed reality system (HAMRR) for upper extremity stroke rehabilitation. This home-based system is an extension of a previously designed and currently implemented clinical system. The goal of HAMRR is to restore motor function to chronic stroke survivors by providing an engaging long-term reaching task therapy at home. The HAMMR system tracks movement of the wrist and torso, and provides real-time, post-trial, and post-set multimodal feedback to encourage the stroke survivor to self-assess his or her movement and engage in active learning of new movement strategies. This experiential media system uses a computational adaptation scheme to create a continuously challenging and unique multi-year therapy experience through the use of multiple, integrated audio and visual feedback streams. Novel design features include creating an over-arching story for the participant, the ability of the system to adapt the feedback over multiple time scales, and the ability for this system to integrate into any home.