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    Coping With Communication Problems After Brain Injury
    A comprehensive guide to communication problems, coping methods, and supportive services

    Aphasia

    Dysarthria

    Dysphonia

  • Webpage
    Managing Arm Swelling Following Stroke
    Strokes that cause one-sided weakness often have another frustrating consequence: swelling in the affected arm and hand

    Swelling

    Edema

    Strategies

  • Webpage
    Making Medication Management Easier
    Seventy percent of American adults report taking at least one medication. Consider the following tips to streamline your medication routine

    Medication

    Strategies

    IADL

  • Webpage
    The Stroke Journey: Maximizing Your Support System
    Having support does not mean compromising your independence

    Support

    Group

  • Webpage
    AOTA Caregiver Toolkit
    The American Occupational Therapy Association's caregiver resource compendium

    Caregivers

    Resources

  • Webpage
    Communication Apps for Aphasia
    AAC apps to help people with aphasia communicate and understand

    Aphasia

    Resources

    Technology

  • Webpage
    Aphasia Resources
    Information and services specific to the communication and comprehension disorder, Aphasia

    Aphasia

    Resources

  • Video
    Retrain Your Brain with Habit Coach Ella Sofia
    Overcome negative thought patterns to maximize success in your personal goals

    Coaching

    Mood

  • Webpage
    Adaptive Equipment and Assistive Devices for Stroke
    Overview of mobility and daily task aids for individuals with one-sided weakness

    AE/DME

  • Webpage
    Medical Equipment Lending Closets Directory
    National directory of organizations that loan or lend medical equipment for free or reduced price

    DME

  • Webpage
    Medicare Durable Medical Equipment (DME) Coverage
    Learn what durable medical equipment can be covered by Medicare

    DME

  • Webpage
    The Internet Stroke Center: Stroke Resources
    Comprehensive database including stroke education, symptom management, and patient and caregiver resources

    Resources

  • Webpage
    Life After Stroke: Online Support Group and Podcast
    Connect with other stroke survivors online and learn about stroke-related topics from host and stroke survivor, Christopher Ewing.

    Group

  • Webpage
    Find a Stroke Support Group In Your Community
    Social support is beneficial for your mood, motivation, and physical recovery. Find a group in your community.

    Group

  • Webpage
    What is acupuncture?
    Review of the evidence behind post-stroke acupuncture

    Acupuncture

    Psychology

  • Webpage
    6 Ways for Caregivers to Survive Stroke Recovery
    Craig had a stroke more than five years ago. Through hard work, therapy and his wife’s dedicated care, his recovery is going well. Cathy, his wife of 48 years, is still facing some lingering limitations. Money is tight and at times the burden of care becomes overwhelming.

    Caregivers

    Tips

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    Empowering Caregivers: 6 Steps To Reclaim Your Life And Relationships
    Strokes, whether caring for your husband, wife or parent, you can follow simple strategies to solve problems and discover that your life and relationships are not over.

    Caregivers

    Tips

    Mood

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    The 6 Best Ways to Facilitate Rehabilitation at Home
    An Introduction to Caregiving The basic roles and responsibilities of caring for a stroke survivor

    Caregivers

    Rehab

  • Webpage
    Reversing Roles: Caring for Your Parent
    Tips for taking on the challenge of taking care of a parent in their time of need.

    Caregivers

  • Webpage
    Practical advice and tips for carers (Memory strategies)
    We all forget things at some time. We all have our own ways to try to remember the important things. By understanding a little about how we learn and how memory works this will help to suggest ways to recall what it is we want to remember.

    Caregiver

    guardian

    stroke

  • Webpage
    Practical advice and tips for carers (Communication strategies)
    Most people think about speech when they think about communication but there are many other ways we can also use to communicate with each other.

    Caregiver

    guardian

    stroke

  • PDF
    After a Stroke: A Guide for Caregivers
    After a Stroke: A Guide for Caregivers

    stroke

    Caregiver

  • Video
    Practical advice and tips for carers (Daily living activities)
    Video tips for washing one handed

    general

    guardian

    stroke

  • Webpage
    Life Insurance For Stroke Victims: 8 Things You Must Know
    Life Insurance For Stroke Victims: 8 Things You Must Know

    Insurance

    stroke

  • Webpage
    How to Get Term Life Insurance if You've Had a Stroke
    How to Get Term Life Insurance if You've Had a Stroke

    unclassified

    Insurance

    stroke

  • ETC
    KISS Pediatric Stroke Support
    A group for parents or caregivers impacted by pediatric stroke. If you'd like to join, request membership and respond to all 3 survey questions. Please note that we will not accept any membership request if all 3 survey questions are not answered. NO EXCEPTIONS. This is a necessary step to keep this group protected.

    Support

    Pediatrics

    community

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    Guide to Choosing Stroke Rehabilitation Services
    Choosing the Right Stroke Rehab Facility

    technology

    hospital

    clinic