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Hi, what are chances to regain moving and speaking abilities after stroke with post stroke rehabilitation. Are there any proven methods?

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As you probably know by now rehabilitation helps stroke survivors to learn skills that are impaired due to brain damage. My grandmother relearned how to coordinate her leg movements in order to walk, and other motions that are normal to healthy people but present impossible skill for stroke survivors. They are also tough to compensate for any residual disabilities. Practical things like bathing and dressing using only one hand, or communicating with compromised ability to use language. Rehabilitation experts repeat that well-focused and repetitive practice is the most important part of rehabilitation.
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The best book on what is available is Peter Levine's' Stronger After Stroke. I spent over two years researching everything available and he has put it all into a book. The ASA and NSA are totally falling down on their job of being advocates for stroke survivors.
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