Regaining Independence After Stroke

Over 7 million people in the U.S. survive a stroke each year. Like the individuals who experience them, no two strokes are the same. Learn more about the common physical, communication, emotional and behavioral effects that stroke can have on a survivor and find great tips for improving and adapting to make the most of your recovery.

Tips for Daily Living Library

Check out stroke survivors' tips for working with or around their post-stroke challenges. Interested in volunteering by sending in your adaptive techniques or ideas? Complete the submission form!

What to Expect in Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation is a critical part of recovery for many stroke survivors. The effects of stroke may mean that you must change, relearn or redefine how you live. Stroke rehabilitation helps you return to independent living.

Physical Challenges

Learn more about the many physical challenges that commonly occur after stroke such as paralysis, seizures, muscle tightness and stiffness (spasticity), fatigue and more.

Communication Challenges

Stroke may affect communication in a number of ways. Learn more about conditions impacting speech, language, reading and writing and find tips for improving your communication skills.

Emotional & Behavioral Challenges

Emotional and behavioral changes are a common effect of stroke. Injury from a stroke may make a person forgetful, careless, irritable or confused. Stroke survivors may also feel anxiety, anger or depression.

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Stroke Family Warmline

The Stroke Family Warmline team answers calls from stroke survivors and their families, providing support and helpful information or just a listening ear.