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Home After a Stroke: Hand Use Adults Take for Granted

Home After a Stroke: Hand Use Adults Take for Granted

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A blog about an occupational therapist who specialized in stroke rehab and continued her education by having a stroke.

A blog about an occupational therapist who specialized in stroke rehab and continued her education by having a stroke.

A blog about an occupational therapist who specialized in stroke rehab and continued her education by having a stroke.

Home After a Stroke: Cheap Equipment That Prevents Cooking Spills

Stroke rehab     Passive range of motion (pROM) helps prevent joint contractures and maintain joint flexibility for the paralyzed limb. It is done by passively moving a limb through its available range of motion. The stroke survivor can perform the exercises alone or have a caregiver help. The following are examples of how to do self passive range of motion arm exercises without assistance from a caregiver.       Clasp Hands  Lying down, clasp your hands together to prepare for doing

Stroke rehab Passive range of motion (pROM) helps prevent joint contractures and maintain joint flexibility for the paralyzed limb.

Clever Occupational Therapy trick to help kids practice putting on and taking off socks all by themselves! #OTtips #OThack #childdevelopment

Clever Occupational Therapy trick to help kids practice putting on and taking off socks all by themselves! Tap the link to check out sensory toys!

Sensory integration treatment ideas and tips.

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This is a great resource for children with Autism, SPD, and sensory integration needs or deficits. Children having opportunities for sensory integration during wait times will help relieve stress and keep their minds focused on a task.

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