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Brain Injury Recovery: Busting the Myth of the “Plateau”

Brain injury, whether from TBI or stroke, is a complex condition with a wide range of injury severity and and variable outcomes. So, when a patient or caregiver asks, “How long will recovery take?” the answer really depends on cause of the injury, location, severity and the general health of the patient. The one thing the answer will not be is “six months” or “one year” “and at that point that’s as good as it gets.” These answers are what many medical providers used to give in the past, but published research has since proven that brain injury and stroke survivors can push past a supposed “progress plateau” and improve with effective and continuous brain rehabilitation—even years after the initial event. This post addresses the myth of the brain injury plateau and provides tips for getting past it, because…you can!

Tips for Eating Well After A Stroke

Choosing healthy foods may contribute to recovery after stroke. Healthy foods can help control blood pressure, body weight, reduce risk of another stroke, and may help with the demands of stroke therapy and other daily activities. In this post, we explain why a healthy diet matters and then provide tips for eating well and making mealtimes easier.

10 Tasks Practiced Most Frequently By Survivors Of Stroke

Stroke can impact all aspects of life—movement, communication, thinking, and autonomic functions such as swallowing and breathing. Recovery can be an extended process. Here, we identify the Constant Therapy tasks used most often by those recovering from stroke.

Keep Progress Going After Stroke Rehab Stops

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.

The 5 Stages of Post-Stroke Care: How Each is Critical to Recovery

Learning about the stages of post-stroke care is important so that survivors and their loved ones can manage and optimize rehabilitation, and therefore attain the best possible quality of life.

Real People Living with Brain Injury, Stroke & Aphasia

There are many more people than we realize living every day with some kind of brain injury, from mild to severe. Sometimes you can't tell from the outside; but rest assured, their lives have changed drastically, and they are working very hard to function in our incredibly complex world.

The Aftermath: What to Expect After a 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.

Learn About Stroke Symptoms and Treatment

Stroke awareness is important, and so we wanted to summarize a few key facts about stroke in one convenient place.  Help us spread the word – everyone should know stroke warning signs, the life-altering effects of stroke, and what kind of treatment stroke survivors can do to regain control of their lives.

For Stroke Survivors & Caregivers | Resources for Treatment, Therapy, Research & More

We evaluated online resources for stroke survivors and their caregivers in the U.S., and think we’ve come up with the some of the most helpful.

Follow the links below to find information on treatment, research, therapy options, clinical trials, caregiver tips and more.

Customer Stories: Progress Reports Encourage Stroke Survivor to Continue Therapy

Isabelle is from the UK, and the caregiver for her husband who is a stroke survivor. Here is her story of how Constant Therapy helped reshape the lives of them both with incremental gains achieved over time.

Constant Therapy is an award-winning cognitive and speech therapy app, created for survivors of stroke, brain injury, and other neurogenic disorders.

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