- The purpose of stroke rehabilitation is to get the most out of your life after a stroke.
- Early treatment and rehabilitation after a stroke helps many people to regain a lot of function.
- Rehabilitation can begin as soon as you are stable while you are in hospital and will be ongoing once you leave hospital.
- The types of rehabilitation will depend on your individual needs.
- Your rehabilitation may include activities to re-learn skills you have lost since the stroke, or to learn new skills to help your everyday activities if you have a disability.
- Stroke rehabilitation options include activities and technologies to help your physical health, mental health, and thinking and memory.
Rehabilitation after stroke
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