Communication after a stroke can be difficult, especially if aphasia is present. Check out these "Top Ten tips for talking with people with aphasia".
The future is unpredictable, so it is important to have a plan in case of an emergency. This webinar discusses how to make plans in case of a fall, when travelling, how to plan for long term care, and in making end-of-life decisions.
It is vital caregivers find time for themselves in order to maintain their own health. This allows them to continue taking care of others.
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.
This presentation covers ways to recognize and prevent caregiver burnout, along with resources that caregivers can utilize to prevent burnout and assist in the caregiving process to increase their quality of life, mental health, and overall well-being.
Caregivers are good at helping others and not always as good at taking care of themselves.. In this video caregivers will see the benefits and importance of self-care and become familiar with activities and techniques to use in their everyday lives.
This video will help caregivers understand the impact of role changes post-stroke on family dynamics and relationships and offer ways to address these role changes appropriately and constructively.
Each year thousands of individuals are thrust into a caregiving role. While it can be difficult to focus on the positive aspects of caregiving, especially during a pandemic when everything feels amplified, remember how important, loved, and valued you are.