Our Mission

 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. 

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Winter

At Rocky Mountain Stroke Center (RMSC), we continue to value the health and well-being of all of our clients, contract therapists and staff members. As a community organization that serves vulnerable adults, we are erring on the side of caution.
 

With Colorado's positivity rate around 30%, RMSC has made the decision to continue with virtual-only programming through the month February. 

We hope to resume in-person/hybrid programming in March and will be monitoring the situation between now and then to make the safest decision. Upon reopening for in-person services, we will require proof of COVID19 booster vaccinations. This includes caregivers/family members who are providing transportation if they plan to enter the building. 

COVID19 Update

Follow this link to find
a vaccine provider near you: 
https://covid19.colorado.gov/vaccine/where-you-can-get-vaccinated

RMSC Winter Game Nights!

TRIVIA 
Thursday, January 27th 
6:00-7:30pm


Virtually on Zoom

$10 per screen (max 2 per household)

Join us for a night of laughter, fun, and community as we play a virtual game of trivia together!

If you're interested, please email Hamilton!
Hamilton@strokecolorado.org

Stroke 101 Educational 
Support Group Series

In Partnership with UCHealth
Starting March 1, 2022!
Tuesdays from 1:00-2:30pm via Zoom

Join us for an ongoing 6-week educational series for new stroke families and anyone who wants to
learn more about stroke.








Email Lindsey@strokecolorado.org to join!

Stroke Recovery Tip

Use the 1% Motivation Method

The all-or-nothing approach can lead to burnout during stroke recovery (or anything else for that matter).
If you feel overwhelmed, take a step back and breathe.
You don’t need to win the war today. You only need to win the battle.

Instead of trying to get as much done as possible, just focus on 1% improvement every day.
This will help prevent burnout and accumulate real results over time.

Week 1: The Brain/Types of Stroke/Risks & Prevention
Week 2: Physical Impact of Stroke/Fatigue
Week 3: Cognitive Impact of Stroke/Aphasia/Motivation
Week 4: Emotional & Behavioral Impact of Stroke
Week 5: Memory/Memory Strategies
Week 6: Tips for Recovery/Myths of Stroke

Helping families find life after stroke since 1992.
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