Understand the effects of stroke and what can be done to maximize recovery and independence.
|Healthy Living After Stroke|
When someone has had a stroke, the chance of having another is increased. But you can take steps to control this risk.
When a loved one experiences a stroke, it affects everyone who cares about them. Understand the role of the family caregiver and find helpful resources for taking care of your loved one and yourself.
Explore stories of and by stroke survivors and family caregivers who are making the most out of life after stroke.
- Physical Effects Resources
- Functional Tone Management Arm Training Program
- Weight Training After Stroke
- Tips for Improving Fine Motor Skills
- Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy
Emotional & Behavioral Challenges
- Behavior Changes After Stroke
- One-side Neglect: Improving Awareness to Speed Recovery
- Cognitive Challenges After Stroke
- Personality Changes After Stroke
- Simple Techniques Can Help Memory after a Stroke
- Depression Trumps Recovery
- Self-Esteem after Stroke
- Auditory Overload
- Tips for Socializing with Aphasia
- Constraint-Induced Language Therapy for Aphasia
- Communication and Swallowing Resources
- Being A Communication Partner
- Aphasia vs. Apraxia
- Conditions Impacting Communication After Stroke
- Reading Rehabilitation After Stroke
- Steps to Improve Communication for Survivors with Dysarthria