Congenital StrokeNeofect Smart Glove Helps Congenital Stroke Survivor Janet
NEOFECT Smart Glove user Janet suffered a congenital stroke when she was an infant. Janet went through therapy as a youth, took some time off, returning to therapy as an adult to take control of her body once again.
stroke recovery storiesStroke Recovery Story - Stroke Survivor Annie
Home exercise programs are crucial for stroke recovery but can be discouraging when not seeing immediate results. Annie was in her late 20’s when she suffered a stroke and faced an uphill battle to regain usage of her right arm.
stroke recovery storiesStroke Recovery Stories - Stroke Survivor Marcy
After having a stroke, Marcy began looking for at-home stroke rehabilitation solutions. This is Marcy's stroke recovery story after her 1 month of acute rehab in the hospital.
Traumatic brain injuryThe Neofect Smart Glove Helps Thomas with his Traumatic Brain Injury Recovery
For people that have suffered from a traumatic brain injury or a stroke, repetition is very important. The NEOFECT Smart Glove helps Thomas Jorza exercise his right arm every day.
stroke victim supportPsychological Care and Support For Caregivers of Stroke Victims
Depression and anxiety are common side effects experienced by stroke patients. Psychological care is more about understanding and offering timely support.
stroke victim supportEmotional and Behavioral Challenges After a Stroke
Many people wonder if emotional and behavioral changes are permanent. The answer is usually no.
Stroke ExercisesExercise After Stroke For Brain Function and Mental Healthiness
Why You Should Exercise After a Stroke: A research concluded that 45 minutes to an hour of moderate-to-vigorous exercise was good for the brain.
Strategies for Stroke SurvivorsThe Best Tips for Stroke Survivors to Maximize Recovery and Participation
Physical health, work, and leisure are still options after stroke. Here are some of the the best things to know to stay productive and fulfilled as a stroke survivor.
Chronic StrokeYes! There is Hope for Chronic Stroke
A stroke is usually considered chronic at the six-month mark. This article reviews research on chronic stroke recovery and promising therapy treatment approaches that target improving limb function, even for an "old" stroke.
Stroke RecoverySetting Personal Goals After Stroke
Goal-setting becomes the name of the game for stroke survivors as they transition from the hospital back into their homes and communities.
Stroke RecoveryStaying Motivated After Stroke
Whether one is contemplating or committed to a health decision, understanding the psychology behind motivation can help remove obstacles in the path towards change.
stroke survivor storyStroke Recovery Stories - Ella's Story
Ella is a personal development blogger, habit coach, motivational speaker, and stroke thriver.
Family SupportFamily Support After Stroke: How Can I Help?
If you are wondering where to begin check out these tips on how to best support your loved one after a stroke.
Stroke Rehab5 Stages of Your Stroke Rehab Progress
Stroke recovery is going to be different for everyone based on their age, where the stroke occurred, what type of stroke they had.
Recovery CalendarRecovery Calendar: An Important Component of Stroke Recovery
A recovery calendar should include your participation in rehab exercises, symptoms and functional improvements that you’re noticing.