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Program eBook & Printables
An Effective In-Home, Brain-Training and Exercise Program for Individuals who Suffered a Stroke
The purpose of this program is to promote recovery after a stroke as personally experienced by the author and based on work done with a multitude of individuals using The Neurodevelopmental Approach.
It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care providers with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment.
Takes less than one hour a day
Head is up looking at something within the line of sight.
Some activities you can do alone and others you will need someone to help you
Few supplies needed:
eBook Activity Sample: Cross Creep
Does not require a Private Consultation or Full Evaluation
Allows for flexibility in daily schedule
Success and Improvement in
Sensation, Balance, and Memory.
Post Stroke Program eBook and Printables
Post Stroke Program
After purchasing this product, we will email you the eBook and Printables for you to begin your journey to recovery!
The individual will slowly move forward and backward for a total of three minutes.
Cross Creep organizes the midbrain area to help strengthen the endocrine system, the immune system and the autonomic nervous system. It can also improve concentration, memory, reading, impulse control, eye-hand coordination, eye-tracking skills, and eye convergence.
Foam mat or carpet; timer
The individual will be on the floor on hands and knees.
Fingers are flat on the floor and facing straight
Building Foundations of Hope
When moving forward or backward:
If necessary, an nylon hose can be used to tie the opposite wrist and leg together to help synchronize movements.
The individual may be coached on movements by concentrating on improving one or two aspects of movement at a time.
While doing this activity, the individual may listen to an audio CD or someone can read aloud to him or her.