Targeted Hand Exercises for Survivors of Stroke Using Therapy Putty
This video shows you some ways you can use therapy putty to help stretch out and strengthen the muscles in your hands and fingers of your stroke affected side.
How to Make Your Own Homemade Therapy Putty
Therapy putty is great for stretching and strengthening the muscles in your hands and fingers and can be made at home with just a few simple ingredients.
Home Cleaning & Organization Tips
With many of us spending more time at home than we ever have before, why not take some time to deep clean, declutter, and organize your house. Happy spring cleaning!
Stroke and Sleep Apnea
How have you been sleeping lately? Do you feel well rested when you wake up in the morning? If not, and you are a survivor of stroke, one possible cause could be sleep apnea, which is a very common condition in both the general population and especially in survivors of stroke.
Tips and Ideas for a Safe Home
Learn some tips and ideas to create a safe home environment to feel safe and confident in the space you spend a majority of time each day.
Overnight Oat Recipes
Looking for a new breakfast idea?! This video provides the recipes and instructions to make three different overnight oat recipes.
Sex and Sexuality after a Stroke
In occupational therapy, sexuality is included as an activity of daily living. Returning to sexuality and one’s sexual expression can be just as important a goal as taking a shower or taking care of one’s personal hygiene independently after a stroke.
Stand Pivot Car Transfer
Getting in and out of a car can be challenging, especially during the winter months with cold and icy conditions. This video identifies safe practices for survivors and caregivers alike to ensure this transfer is safe!
Loading a Wheelchair into a Car
Muscle movements and mindfulness focuses on breathing, balance, and flexibility.
Practicing Patience on the Journey through Stroke Recovery
Caregivers and survivors of stroke alike experience an overwhelming number of changes in their lives. Learning how to adapt to these changes can come with many frustrations, stress, and anxiety. This recorded webinar will provide practical and evidence-based tips for practicing patience and continued growth on this journey.