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Category: Family

Keeping up the Determination

Posted by on Jan.18.2018 in Family

There’s no telling who or what it will be that gives you the will and determination to go forward — it’s your openness to its reception that counts. How you go through that tunnel of transition and come out the other end, how you feel about what has happened to you, and who urges you […]

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College students – especially nursing, physical, occupational and speech therapy can be good helpers in continuing therapy at home

Posted by on Jan.08.2018 in Family

                                    Good Advice    Men and women who’ve had a stroke and their family suggest the following: Keep a folding chair that you keep in the bathroom. In the kitchen use a chair with casters, or a wheelchair. A lightweight tray table on wheels saves trips going back and forth from the kitchen to the […]

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Setting new goals after a stroke

Posted by on Jul.05.2017 in Family

After Her Stroke: Mae Set Personal Goals When Mae Delmore set her goal of getting more exercise and lose weight, her doctor told her to keep it realistic, and find an “exercise buddy.’ Mae asked her sister to be her partner. Then Mae asked people in her Aphasic Club their experience about setting goals. One […]

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