Tips

NUTRITION FOR STROKE SURVIVORS

9.1.21

The following information is only intended to serve as a guide. The reader should always check with their physician before following these recommendations. The old saying “You are what you eat” holds true for all of us, especially after an injury or other lifechanging medical event. Our fast-paced lives and increased stress due to the recent pandemic–plus the challenge to... Read More

Stroke, Aphasia, and Apraxia of Speech: Tips for Communication

3.28.21

On March 16, 2021, Robin Roope, the Clinical Speech Therapy Lead at Memorial Care Long Beach Medical Center, gave a presentation titled “Stroke, Aphasia, and Apraxia: Tips for Communication” via Zoom to the stroke survivors and caregivers who attend our support groups. Robin began her presentation with a definition of aphasia. “Aphasia is when the language center of our brain... Read More

How to Support Your Loved One in the Hospital

9.18.20

Stroke Support Association is dedicated to empowering stroke survivors and their families. Providing ideas of how to help a loved one who has just suffered a stroke while he or she is still being treated in the hospital is just one of the ways we do this. You’ll find many resources, including on our website, on how to help identify... Read More