Rocky Mountain Stroke Center's mission is to provide information, rehabilitation, and support to stroke survivors and their families in Colorado, and provide education to the greater community about stroke.
The Center provides outpatient services in the form of rehabilitation classes, individual counseling and skill building labs, and stroke survivor and caregiver support groups. For more info, visit the Rehabilitation Programs page.
Tip for Stroke Recovery
Make Peace with Slow
We live in a society that idolizes business and productivity. As you can imagine, this can create distress when we can’t do things as fast as we once could.
However, overcoming the secondary effects of a stroke often means relearning how to do some things as if for the first time; such as walking, talking, or getting dressed. These daily tasks may take longer than they once did (and you may need a nap after doing them).
Try your best to make peace with the slow pace of daily living.
Even though it can be slower and frustrating some days, remember that doing activities on your own helps provide the stimulation and experience that your brain needs for neuroplasticity and healing.
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