Monthly Archives: July 2013

Neuroplasticity and The Brain After a Stroke

Authors: Rhonda Felice Hi I am Rhonda.  I am the Stroke Therapy Manager at Brooks Rehabilitation Hospital. Those studying rehabilitation are frequently asked questions about the types of therapies that should be included when treating a stroke patient. In neuroscience … Continue reading

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At the “Y” with Mary- One Daughter’s Story of Taking Care of Her Mom

Story by: Polly Esther MacKay In 1998, my Mom, Mary Lea McGoogan, retired from teaching with a lot of reservation after my father had suffered a massive stroke in 1992. For six years she continued to be an excellent administrator … Continue reading

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Important Things to Consider When Your Loved One Wants to Drive Again

Author: Peggy Gannon As a mother of 2 teenagers (15 year old boy, 17 year old girl) and a 21 year old young man, I think I have all the anxiety of teaching someone how to drive wrapped up.  I … Continue reading

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