Home Care, Rehab Safety After a Stroke or Traumatic Brain Injury , About Hemiparesis, Drop Foot and Spasticity Care and Rehab
Home Care and Safety, associated conditions, problem areas, treatment options, behavioral, emotional consequences, realistic goals, future expectations, resources, brain training, safety practices, Rehabilitation exercises, are covered. Provided for readers is a safety checklist that is so helpful in setting up a safe environment at home and rehab throughout daily activity. Understanding conditions with safety, care, rehabilitation at home, ongoing communication of those affected is the primary focus.
Grahame Simpson leads the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Research Group at the Ingham Institute of Applied Medical Research, Liverpool Hospital, Sydney. He is a member of the Faculty of Human Services and Social Work at Griffith [More]
http://www.corehealth.com Rudy Villarreal suffered a traumatic brain injury in a head-on collision near Austin, Texas on September 15, 2014. After undergoing emergency treatment and initial rehabilitation, his wife – Marie – discovered CORE Health Care [More]
Malcolm Underhill, partner and head and brain injury solicitor at IBB Solicitors, discusses the possible symptoms and consequences of traumatic head and brain injury. Such injuries could have an affect on physical co-ordination, memory, intellectual [More]
Executive Director Tammy Hannah and Attorney Bryan J. Waldman discuss the annual Heads Up for Safety event, a free family fun event on May 16th. 600 helmets will be given away. http://www.bikelawmichigan.com
Lisa Goldman discusses dance and body-centered therapy as a treatment for brain injury rehabilitation. She focuses on the case of Frank, who is recovering from a gunshot wound to the head. See more at: http://sk.sagepub.com/video/dance-and-movement-therapy-for-brain-injury-rehabilitation [More]
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