Stroke Recovery Association of BC

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Stroke Recovery Videos

Stroke Recovery Videos

Latest Videos
7 Steps to Stroke Recovery (Full Version)
Step # 1 – Exercise and mobility in stroke recovery
Step # 2 – Communication and Language
Focus on Stroke

BrainStreams Videos
Advice For Survivors
Importance of Optimism
Staying Positive
Support Groups

HealthGuru Stroke Recovery Videos
Effects of Stroke
Recovering Mobility After Stroke
Recovering Emotions After Stroke
Recovering Cognition After Stroke
How it feels to have a stroke

Other Stroke Recovery Videos
TED Talk by Neuroanatomist Jill Bolte Taylor
Caregiver-related videos available on YouTube
American Stroke Association Videos

7 Steps to Stroke Recovery (Full Version)

Focus On Stroke

Advice For Survivors

*Executive Director of the Stroke Recovery Association of BC, Tim Readman, is interviewed by students of the Vancouver Film School Digital Design program in collaboration with Brainstreams.ca

Importance of Optimism

*Executive Director of the Stroke Recovery Association of BC, Tim Readman, is interviewed by students of the Vancouver Film School Digital Design program in collaboration with Brainstreams.ca

Staying Positive

*Executive Director of the Stroke Recovery Association of BC, Tim Readman, is interviewed by students of the Vancouver Film School Digital Design program in collaboration with Brainstreams.ca

Support Groups

*Executive Director of the Stroke Recovery Association of BC, Tim Readman, is interviewed by students of the Vancouver Film School Digital Design program in collaboration with Brainstreams.ca

Effects of Stroke

Recovering Mobility After Stroke

Recovering Emotions After Stroke

Recovering Cognition After Stroke

TED Talk by Neuroanatomist Jill Bolte Taylor

Neuroanatomist Jill Bolte Taylor had an opportunity few brain scientists would wish for: One morning, she realized she was having a massive stroke. As it happened — as she felt her brain functions slip away one by one, speech, movement, understanding — she studied and remembered every moment. This is a powerful story about how our brains define us and connect us to the world and to one another.

American Stroke Association Videos

A stroke can make every day activities challenging. These challenges may be due to a number of stroke-related conditions.
American Stroke Association have enlisted the help of volunteers who have been sending in their own adaptive tips and ideas on video. This volunteer-powered library shows tips and ideas from stroke survivors from all over the USA who have created or discovered adaptive and often innovative ways to get things done!
If you are interested in sending in a video all you have to do is to complete the submission form for a chance to be featured in their library and on ASA’s Facebook page “WhatWorksWednesdays”.

Karen Dionne

Karen Dionne, hemorrhagic stroke survivor, shares her tips for putting her hair up in a ponytail.

John Murphy

Stroke survivor John Murphy demonstrates his innovative method for cutting his nails.

Tia Thompson

Stroke survivor Tia Thompson shares her safe method for getting in and out of the shower.

John Moses

Stroke survivor John Moses provides step-by-step instructions for tying your shoes with one hand.

Rosanna Radding

See how Rosanna Radding shares her tips for living re-abled. See how she chops an onion and read her step-by-step instructions.