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There are many forms of on-going care and support following a stroke

Life after stroke


Life after stroke

The prospect of life after stroke can be daunting, for both the Survivor and their loved ones, with potentially life-changing implications and the inevitable uncertainty the future holds.

However, here at the Move Programme from Enham Trust, we’re dedicated to giving stroke Survivors and their loved ones hope in the most challenging of times; working with everyone surrounding them to increase functional mobility and wellbeing, for a brighter future, and a better life after stroke.

Recovery after stroke

As with any illness or injury, strokes affect people in a variety of ways, therefore making rehabilitation and recovery after stroke a very personal journey; some Survivors taking weeks to recover, others months or even years.

Similarly, expectations for anyone following a stroke are different - some people making a full recovery, and others living with limited mobility.

On-going care and support following stroke

There are many forms of on-going care and support following a stroke – all working towards stroke rehabilitation and recovery – from a change in diet, to intensive therapy.

Forms of care and support following stroke include:

• Heart-healthy eating

• Medicines

• Rehabilitation and therapy

It’s this final point, rehabilitation and therapy, which the Move Programme from Enham Trust provides.

The benefits of the Move Programme

The Move Programme from Enham Trust has the potential to positively impact every element of a person’s life following a stroke; as well as the lives of their family, friends, and the support team surrounding them.

Here at the Move Programme, we understand how important regaining mobility is – to emotional wellbeing, to relationships, and to overall health.

Benefits include:

• Health

• Mobility

• Social inclusion & family life

If you’d like to know more about life after stroke with the Move Programme from Enham Trust, please contact us today.

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