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​It always happens at the wrong time. You probably have heard about it, or even seen it. Stroke Survivors uncontrollably crying after a stroke. It also can go in the opposite direction: laughing. Either way it’s called lability, a term I had heard before, but didn’t know where. Finally, I remembered. It was from chemistry […]

In business, did we ever have that feeling that we tried your hardest, but we came “this close,” from attaining our goal? We strive, we pursue, we fumble, we succeed. We try to do everything possible under the sun to make sure that we are excelling as best as we can for prestige, satisfaction, and, […]

Learn more about living with aphasia from those who have walked the journey before you plus gain insight from professionals. Find out how to optimize your recovery as you adapt to aphasia and discover many valuable resources to guide you on your way. Aphasia Recovery Connection’s (ARC) Guide to Living with Aphasia is a companion […]*

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A message from We just created a comprehensive guide for people living with disabilities. Our guide aims to help make the federal grants available to seniors, veterans, and disabled people much easier to understand and take advantage of, particularly for remodeling homes for accessibility. The reason we made is to help people make […]

Stroke This follow-up book is divided into three sections. The first “Promising Research” covers current ongoing research including Stem Cell Research and Magnetic Stimulation. The second section “Problems and Solutions for Stroke Survivors” includes chapters on returning to work, Seizures and multi-tasking. The third section, “Amazing Stroike Stories” highlights high profit stroke survivors. Click Here […]

Understanding the technology and choosing which medical alert device to use can get confusing. That’s why the ConsumerAffairs Research Team worked with registered nurse and geriatric care manager, Shelley Webb, to create an online guide all about medical alert systems for seniors and their families. The guide compares popular brands, offers thousands of reviews from […]

Care Partners Retreat

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Care Partners Retreat Saturday, September 12, 2015 9:00 am – 6:30 pm Turf Valley Resort, Ellicott City, Maryland CurePSP will hold its first annual Care Partners Retreat on Saturday, September 12, 2015, at Turf Valley Resort, Oakdale Room, 2700 Turf Valley Road, Ellicott City, MD 21042. We at CurePSP know that care partners cherish their […]

This is a really good article about staying motivated and watching out for the Common emotional changes after a stroke: Click on StrokeNet

This is Launching Your Enthusiastic Visions… Now! A clean slate. A fresh start. A new beginning. When we are trying to conceive of a new concept that will “change the world” (especially in sales, marketing or productivity,) we are giddy and apprehensive on the work that lies ahead. We know what we do, don’t we? […]

Recovering from a stroke takes lots of hard work and perseverance. Here are five tips from two occupational therapists that can help. Understand your strengths and your weaknesses. An important tip in a stroke survivor’s recovery is learning how to compensate for weaknesses and deficits by utilizing a stroke survivor’s strengths. “Learning how to be […]