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Surviving a stroke is just the beginning. Educating yourself and understanding the effects of stroke can help aid in maximizing recovery and regaining independence. Rehab may reverse some of the effects of stroke by improving physical functioning and regaining a satisfying quality of life after stroke.
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This group is for family caregivers of stroke survivors who live with aphasia. Aphasia is a disorder that can happen when a stroke affects the parts of the brain that control language. Here we support each other, understanding how diff...
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This group is for survivors who’ve had a stroke before the age of 50. Younger survivors face many issues that those having strokes post-retirement may not, such as raising young children or career and financial challenges. We come toge...