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Stroke Rehabilitation Two-Part Series

Making the Best Decisions at Discharge After Stroke

The type of rehabilitation and support systems a survivor receives at discharge can strongly influence health outcomes and recovery. In this, the first part of a two-part series on stroke rehab, we offer guidance for the decision-making process required when it’s time to leave the hospital.

What to Expect in Stroke Rehab

Following a stroke, about two-thirds of survivors receive some type rehabilitation. In this second of our two-art series, we want to alleviate some of the mystery, fear and anxiety around the inpatient rehab part of the stroke recovery journey.
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Featured News

Wife of Popular TV Personality Shares What She's Learned as a Caregiver

Denise McEwen doesn't believe she ever heard the term "caregiver" before 2005. It was that November that her husband experienced a devastating stroke and she become one.

Artists in Recovery

A study by researchers at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center found that an interactive computer program called ‘Embedded Arts’ is safe and well-tolerated by patients receiving occupational, recreational or physical therapy.

How to be a Happy Caregiver

Stroke caregivers are happier when they continue to enjoy their own hobbies and interests, according to new research in the American Heart Association journal Stroke.

A New Alternative to Warfarin

A new drug not yet available in the United States was as effective in preventing strokes and safer than the blood-thinner warfarin in patients with atrial fibrillation, according to a clinical trial presented at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2013.

Another Step toward Virtual Rehab

‘Virtual reality hands’ may help survivors recover hand function

More Good News About Aspirin

Aspirin may be a promising alternative for those who can’t take long-term anticoagulant drugs that prevent clots from reoccurring in the veins, according to new research in the American Heart Association journal Circulation.

Keep Using Your Brain

Cognitive abilities such as memory and attention are not only important after a stroke but also before, according to research published in the American Heart Association journal Stroke.

Lowering the Cost of Medications

A new program is available to help patients buy generic medication if they're unable to afford it.