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Saebo’s Favorite Inspirational Quotes for Stroke Survivors

Saebo
Tuesday, February 21st, 2017


Saebo’s Favorite Inspirational Quotes for Stroke Survivors-blog

Recovering after a stroke can seem like a path that is both endless and full of obstacles. The key to resilience lies in staying optimistic and dedicating your efforts to getting better. Finding this motivation requires you to dig deep, and that’s the hardest of all.

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Coping With Emotional Changes After Stroke

Saebo
Monday, February 20th, 2017


Coping With Emotional Changes After Stroke-blog

As a stroke survivor, you can face major life changes. In the aftermath of a stroke, you may experience a sense of loss that is rooted in the feeling that you’ve lost the life you had before your stroke, or your independence. These strong emotional reactions take a toll.

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How to Support a Loved One Who Had a Stroke

Saebo
Wednesday, February 15th, 2017


How to Support a Loved One Who Had a Stroke-blog

 

Recovering from a stroke is difficult. It takes time and puts strain on a person, both physically and emotionally. Having the support of a loved one is a crucial part of the process, providing mental and physical support when the victim needs it most. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to know how to best support a loved one who has suffered from stroke. Here are a few ways that you can help a friend or loved one who is in the process of stroke recovery.

 

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What to Eat When Recovering From a Stroke

Saebo
Friday, December 16th, 2016


What to Eat When Recovering from a Stroke, Stroke Victim Diet, Mild Stroke Recovery Diet, Foods for Stroke Recovery

It’s no secret that Americans struggle with proper nutrition and healthy living on a daily basis. According to the the World Health Organization, it is estimated that over 80 percent of diagnoses of heart disease, stroke, and type II diabetes, along with nearly 40 percent of cancer diagnoses, could be prevented by people improving their eating and exercise habits and reducing their dependence on tobacco products.

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A Simplified Guide To Physical Therapy For Strokes

Saebo
Friday, September 9th, 2016


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Having a stroke breaks vital connections between your brain and your muscles, which is why it is the leading cause of long-term disability and almost always results in some loss of mobility and movement. However, this loss isn’t necessarily permanent. In fact, rehabilitation is especially crucial during the early stages of recovery, when patients have little to no control over their affected muscles. No matter where you are in your journey toward recovery, your long-term progress will depend on a consistent physical therapy regimen. Learn why physical therapy for strokes is so helpful for stroke survivors, and what to look for as you select a facility and seek out services for stroke survivors.

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How Technology Is Changing Stroke Rehabilitation

Saebo
Wednesday, August 31st, 2016


How Technology Is Changing Stroke Rehabilitation-blog

While everyday objects like clothespins and cups still play crucial roles in most patients’ journeys toward recovery, new technology is constantly changing the rehabilitation game. From video chats with doctors to robotic gloves and interactive video games, stroke recovery and rehabilitation tools have come a long way in the past decade. This new stroke recovery technology is helping link neuroplasticity and learning. A key part in recovery from a stroke.

This new stroke technology gives patients more repetitions, practice time and intensity compared to previous movement trainings. Not to mention this new technology is also more interactive, attention grabbing and really helps motivate the patient. These new technologies are really helping harness the brain’s ability to repair itself in ways that haven’t been seen before.

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Reclaim Your Independence After Stroke With These Kitchen Aids

Saebo
Thursday, July 14th, 2016


Reclaim Your Independence After Stroke With These Kitchen Aids-blog

 

Every stroke survivor has unique symptoms, but complete or partial loss of motor function is a very common side effect of stroke-related brain damage. Because certain nerves and neurological connections may have been damaged during stroke, many patients lose strength or control of the body parts they depend on for everyday tasks.

Many of these tasks revolve around food. From feeding oneself to preparing food for others, and many stroke survivors struggle to navigate the kitchen without full control of both arms or hands. Fortunately, many adaptive utensils and kitchen aids are designed to accommodate patients’ needs during stroke recovery. At Saebo, we’ve researched some of the top adaptive kitchen aids for stroke recovery. Here are just a few of our favorites.

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Young Stroke Awareness

Saebo
Wednesday, May 25th, 2016


Young Stroke Awareness for Stroke Awareness Month

Stroke Awareness Month

May is stroke awareness month and we wanted to shed some light on young stroke to bring more awareness too it. Typically, when you think of a stroke, you think of it happening in people that are over 65+. In reality though, it can happen at any age. It is true that your stroke risk increases with age, but stroke in young people does happen to infants, children, adolescents, and young adults. There is even statistics showing that the number of cases of young stroke in increasing. We have put together an infographic that highlights the facts about young stroke and ways that we can progress towards prevention, care and recovery.

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Stroke Recovery Advice With Occupational Therapist Mandy Chamberlain

Saebo
Tuesday, May 17th, 2016


Stroke Recovery Advice from Occupational Therapist

We had a chance to connect with Occupational Therapist Mandy Chamberlain to get her helpful and inspiring stroke recovery advice and patient stories.

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Stroke Caregiver Tips from Occupational Therapists

Saebo
Tuesday, May 10th, 2016


Stroke Caregiver Tips from Occupational Therapists

Caregivers are the unsung heroes of stroke recovery. After a stroke, family and relationship dynamics can change dramatically. Trying to care for someone that isn’t able to do or say things like they used to can take awhile to get used to and the recovery process can sometimes be slow.  Sometimes you can even care so much for your loved one, you forget to care about yourself.

Having support and advice from people that have been there can really help new or even seasoned caregivers. We interviewed some of the best occupational therapists on the internet for their top tips to help give advice for caregivers and how occupational therapist can help in the recovery process too. Here are the best caregiver tips they recommended. 

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