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After Stroke by David M. Hinds

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Published by Thorsons .
Written in English


  • Coping with disability,
  • Coping with illness,
  • Health & Fitness,
  • Consumer Health,
  • Diet / Health / Fitness,
  • Health/Fitness,
  • Diseases - Nervous System (incl. Brain),
  • Health & Fitness / Healthy Living,
  • Health,
  • Healthy Living

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages224
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9530398M
ISBN 100722538855
ISBN 109780722538852

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  After a Stroke: Tips for Living Well is filled with practical tips and support to help you cope with the lifestyle changes that come in the wake of a stroke. This book will show you how to: Get the medical care you need; Integrate robotics and other modern tools to help prevent spasticity and make daily life easier/5(4).   Now in its third edition, Stronger After Stroke puts the power of recovery in the reader's hands by providing simple-to-follow instructions for reaching the highest possible level of recovery. The book’s neuroplastic recovery model stresses repetition of task-specific practice, proper scheduling of practice, setting goals, and measuring progress to achieve optimal results/5(39).   Stronger After Stroke by Peter Levine provides a hopeful, practical, and informative roadmap that explains how the brain recovers in the early stages of stroke recovery and guides the reader through lifestyle strategies that will lead to a healthy and happy life after stroke.” —Katherine J. Sullivan, PhD, PT, Associate Professor of Clinical Physical Therapy, University of Southern California/5().   A stroke researcher guide that stroke survivors and their families can take home with them - Stronger after Stroke: Your Roadmap to Recovery is a stroke survivor's guide for recovery that places the stroke survivor in charge of the choices they will make towards their personal goals and growth"--Cleo Hutton, LPN, Author of After a Stroke: /5(8).

Identity Theft is a book full of hope for survivors that centers on Debra’s experience: her stroke, her extraordinary efforts to recover, and her journey to redefine herself. Deb draws on her skills as a social scientist, sharing stories from fellow survivors, family members, friends, .   After a Stroke, a Scientist Studies Herself Neurological researcher Jill Bolte Taylor suffered a stroke 12 years ago. While the damage caused by a stroke . Stroke Connection Special Edition: Rehab After Stroke. The changes and challenges that come with a stroke diagnosis can feel overwhelming, especially in the beginning. He writes this in his new book, “After Stroke,” a follow up to his acclaimed self-help book, “Beat Depression.” Though it may feel like you’re alone, you’re in good company. This hopeful book is a step-by-step guide to getting better for all survivors of this terrible disease that 5/5.

  The book begins with a couple of chapters of her background prior to the stroke and then progresses to the day of the stroke. Her recounting of the day of the stroke is filled with incredible detail, especially considering the mental deterioration she was by: Stroke often produces reading difficulties. This “acquired dyslexia” or “alexia” may occur with or without other language challenges and even when writing ability is intact. The inability to read interferes with work and recreation for many survivors, making it difficult to follow written instructions, pay bills or .   This book is a must have for all stroke survivors. Unfortunately I had my stroke 10 years ago but the author is so inspirational. Even though our doctors, OTs and PTs may put a time limit on recovery, Levin stresses the importance of realizing that as long as we try hard, we can get better/5. This book covers the experience of losing language after stroke, based on the accounts of 50 people living with aphasia. The book takes a problem-solving approach, looking at different areas of life and how to overcome the difficulties aphasia may Size: KB.