The American Stroke Association has an ambitious goal: to end stroke! In the meantime, seven million people in the United States live with the disease’s effects. To promote rehabilitation, The Learning Corp and its Constant Therapy app are supporting the esteemed American Stroke Association to get the word out that stroke is beatable through increased access to mobile rehabilitative tools.
Nearly one-third of all brain injuries occur in adults of working age who were employed before their injury. You may have clients who fit this description. Most want to return to work, but if and when they do depends on the severity of the injury, what parts of the brain were impacted, and the progress of rehabilitation.
Rehabilitation program options can be confusing. There are many different kinds of professionals who provide rehab, and many types of facilities which offer it. When helping the caregivers of your patients determine their best options, it should be with the goal of helping everybody involved get the most out of rehabilitation. And that is defined differently for each patient.
The process of leaving the hospital can be just as terrifying as the process of entering one. Below, we've listed the questions you should ask as you or a loved one get ready to head home after a neurologic event, like brain injury or stroke.
The experience of having a stroke is terrifying in the moment – and yet the unknown of what will happen afterwards can be just as terrifying. In this blog we’ll give you some clarity on what to expect, and some starting points on how to begin your journey to recovery.
So often after receiving a diagnosis like aphasia, brain injury, stroke, or dementia, the diagnosed persons and their families are overwhelmed by appointments. Here, we attempt to demystify your first appointment.