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Grammar Set 3 - Particular Particles, Part Two!

お久しぶり, everyone! Chris here. Time to return Michael the favour of taking over the posts last week. I hope everyone has been finding these grammar lessons to be useful. 217 more words

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Alex Beadon Day 6 Challenge

Alex wants us to write about something vulnerable that happpened in our lives that others could relate too. Well earlier in my blog posts I had written about my strokes. 1,792 more words

Strokes

Occupational and recreational therapists

Occupational therapists (OTs) have the position to help your clients improve their motor skills and their sensory abilities. They also help to ensure patient safety in the post-stroke period. 368 more words

Elderly Care

Rehab at home

As an in-home elderly caregiver, you can help your clients to rehab at home. When they have this possibility, it allows them greater flexibility. They can tailor their program and follow their own individual schedules – participating in an intensive level of therapy several hours each week or follow a less demanding regimen. 211 more words

Elderly Care

Gum Disease In Men - Impotency, Heart Disease, Prostate and Cancer

Periodontal health for men is extremely important as it may impact a variety of other health factors.

Research has found that periodontal disease is higher in men (56.4 percent) than in women (38.4 percent). 320 more words

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More on physical therapy for stroke survivors

The physical therapists that are specially trained to work with stroke survivors’ whole goal is to help them regain the use of their stroke-impaired limbs. They also are trained to help teach compensatory strategies to reduce the effect of remaining deficits and to help establish ongoing exercise programs that will help them retain their newly learned skills. 268 more words

Elderly Care

What's it like to live with locked-in syndrome? One family's experience

Three years ago, Rabbi Ronnie Cahana suffered a rare brain stem stroke that left him fully conscious, yet his entire body paralyzed. It’s a condition known as “locked-in syndrome.” 3,504 more words

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