Strokes: overcoming practical problems

Julie Swann
  • British Journal of Healthcare Assistants, September 2008, Mark Allen Group
  • DOI: 10.12968/bjha.2008.2.9.31171

Helping patients to manage daily life after a stoke.

What is it about?

This article describes some techniques and equipment to help restore abilities in self-care activities.

Why is it important?

Following a stroke there can be many problems with management of tasks and coping with daily life. It can be frustrating to attempt tasks that were previously carried out with ease or, in many cases, automatically.

Perspectives

Mrs Julie I Swann

It is important to support and empower individuals to enable them to regain control of their own lives and to manage activities of daily living more easily.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.12968/bjha.2008.2.9.31171

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