This page contains links to a variety of stroke resources. When you find a stroke resource page that you like, remember to add it to your favorites or bookmark it for later reference. There are tons of resources on the internet for stroke patients and their caregivers, but it can be overwhelming. Organize your resources so you can easily find them. Youtube.com can be a valuable resource for observing various treatment techniques. Don't forget that there are many applications that can be downloaded on phones or electronic notebooks that can help with aphasic patients or games that can help with working on visual and cognitive deficits. Click on the appropriate title below for more stroke resources or a list of links.
Stroke Websites - A list of websites containing info about stroke.
Stroke Support Groups - A list of support groups that can be found online or in various cities.
Caregiver Assistance - A list of websites with helpful information for caregivers of stroke victims.
Clinical Trials - A list of clinical trials involving stroke victims.
Help Finding a Rehabilitation Facility - Find out which type of rehab facility is best for your situation and where to locate facilities.
Help with Applying for Disability - Information on the process of applying for disability.
Stroke Research Articles - Stroke research articles from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed
Stroke Journals or Publications - coming soon
Exercise Equipment for Home Use - Ideas of inexpensive exercise equipment one can use at home.
Adaptive Equipment - Information about equipment that can help stroke patients perform their activities of daily living such as dressing, bathing, etc.
Assistive Technology - Technology devices such as environmental control units, augmentative communication devices, and computer access devices to assist the disabled: ablenetinc.com-Products that simplify real-life challenges of people with disabilities!.
Orthotics and Braces - coming soon
Stroke Statistics - coming soon
Books About Stroke - coming soon
Bladder and Incontinence Products - HDIS.com
If you would like to ask your medical questions to a doctor, visit www.JustAnswer.com
Dec 30, 21 10:52 AM
Question: My mother had a stroke that left her paralyzed on the right side. Twelve days later, she was able to lift her right leg about six inches off
Dec 21, 21 10:14 AM
Question: My 72 year old mom had a stroke 9 days ago. It was an anuerysm that had leaked. The night it happened she was pretty bad, could barely move her
Dec 21, 21 09:52 AM
Question: If we know that using a hemi-walker would cause further disuse of the affected side, thus causing more of an asymmetry, then why would we use