Painting a Strong Recovery

Painting a Strong Recovery As an artist, William Amme draws inspiration from the landscapes and seascapes of his favorite places around Delray Beach, Florida where he lives. Five years after suffering an ischemic stroke in 2005, he returned to art as part of his recovery by taking classes at a nearby recreation center and a [...]

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My Stroke of Luck

My name is Peter. In 2005 I was an Independent Financial Adviser, running my own business from Gateshead, England. On the night of 7/8 July I suffered a severe stroke. In the morning I was found at the foot of the stairs at home; I was very confused, unable to speak normally or to understand [...]

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5 Practical Tips for Stroke Recovery from Occupational Therapists

Recovering from a stroke takes lots of hard work and perseverance. Here are five tips from two occupational therapists that can help. Understand your strengths and your weaknesses. Aim for independence. Use daily activities as therapy. Get support. Make your home safe for a stroke survivor. Understand your strengths and your weaknesses. An important tip [...]

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