Stroke and Recovery


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Stroke

   Stroke patients are often left with a variety of physical and mental health challenges. Symptoms vary differently from individual to individual. Stroke survivors often have to relearn how to live their lives again and learn how to do the most basic things.

   Mental Health is also an important factor that needs to be taken into consideration. It can be difficult for patients to recover from their stroke if they are dealing with mental health issues as well as physical issues too. It is recommended that patients not be alone during this recovery process, and that patients should seek help from individuals who can provide support.

   Good news. Most of the time mental health issues get better. However it does take time and patience is needed. Improvements will not be made over night. If you or a loved one suffered a stroke, please view the resources on this website and elsewhere for further information.

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Stroke

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