This post curates free online stroke recovery tools. These help you a lot because government-funded rehab programs provide only limited sessions. For the rest, you need to hire a physiotherapist.
Continued rehab at home is the only answer. But it requires continued support and a high degree of motivation.
Why such tools are so useful?
This is the reason. If you adhere to the following rules, they will regain the lost movements more.
Do you know more free resources available online free? Please mention those in the comment section for others’ benefit.
GRASP is a free, very useful resource to regain arm and hand movements after a stroke. It is a product of the University of British Columbia’s researcher-practitioner, Dr Janice Eng, PhD, PT/OT. She and her team developed this resource after a comprehensive neuro-rehab research program; it has two versions: A hospital version and a home version. Both versions consist of books, manuals, and video clips.
You can access this resource through this link: https://neurorehab.med.ubc.ca/grasp/grasp-manuals-and-resources/grasp-home-patient-book-2/
FAME is a group exercise program developed for people with stroke who have some standing and walking ability. Research has shown that this program improved mobility, cardiovascular fitness, and arm and hand function. A physical therapist or occupational therapist instructed the patient in the program, but the patient did the program independently.
Here is the link: http://fameexercise.com/