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Posted on: July 27, 2020
Are you recovering from a stroke at home? Staying home doesn’t have to mean a standstill in your rehabilitation progress! There are plenty of activities you can do in your home to maintain and continue your recovery after inpatient stroke rehabilitation care.
Incorporating your affected arm into functional tasks is so important! Use your affected arm for as many daily tasks as you can, in any way you can. Here are some examples of occupational therapy exercises to engage your arm or hand with everyday activities.
If you’re looking for more exercise-based activities, there are many household objects you can use in place of gym equipment to continue your physical therapy at home.
Looking for activities to challenge your coordination after a stroke? Try these below.
Be creative, and most importantly, keep that arm engaged!
Are you looking for cognitive brain exercises that help with stroke recovery? Check out this article!
If you or your loved one needs help recovering from a stroke, Sheltering Arms offers speech-language pathology, occupational therapy, physical therapy, fitness programs/memberships, and community-recreation services both in-person and virtually to meet your individual needs. Click here or call (804) 764-1000 to schedule an appointment or evaluation today.
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