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Reading my emails every morning, I also subscribe to several bloggers to read their take on the world around us religiously. One particular was very unusual, I thought, because he was very terse, but still had a unique approach to his input. Read On

What is Aquatic Therapy? Aquatic therapy (also called water therapy, hydrotherapy, and pool therapy) is using a warm water pool facility to perform physical therapy. It is designed to help the survivor using both the buoyancy of the water and the resistance of the water to improve balance, strength, and to reduce chronic pain. It […]

As a caregiver of a stroke survivor, there are key decisions about services that you must make. John Schall, chief executive officer of the Caregiver Action Network, offers tips and advice on choosing a rehab location for a stroke survivor, the move to a residential care facility, and end-of-life planning and wishes. Read on

A good article on “How to Handle Difficult Dating Scenarios Post-stroke”. Having survived a stroke is nothing to hide or be embarrassed about. In fact, surviving a stroke and moving forward with your life in a positive way should be a source of pride. Read On

As a stroke survivor, you may be struggling with fatigue. That’s not surprising. Strokes are physically and emotionally exhausting. Most stroke survivors grapple with some sort of fatigue and many have trouble sleeping. “Sleep has a great restorative function,” says Kyoung Bin Im, M.D., M.S, staff physician at University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics’ Sleep […]

​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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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 […]