Getting back on your feet is likely one of your top concerns after suffering a stroke. The goal of stroke rehabilitation is to help you relearn skills lost when stroke affected part of your brain. Often, there are many daily living aids available to help make the recovery period easier and help with the activities of daily living.
Adapting the home environment can help deal with some of the challenges that people suffering a stroke face, but also to help make every day routines easier – such as eating, bathing, dressing and mobility aids – help to make life easier for the stroke victim and the caregiver. Browse these articles to find exactly what you need.
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