28. Palm or forehead…. The cyborg touch: try it, you’ll like it. http://www.post-gazette.com/opinion/Op-Ed/2017/05/21/The-cyborg-touch-try-it-you-ll-like-it/stories/201705210056
27. “How One Mother Discovered the App That Changed Her Disabled Daughter’s Life”, by Ellen Seidman. Women’s Day: May 22nd http://www.womansday.com/life/a59040/mother-of-invention/
25. Randy Travis sings again 3 years after his stroke. Click Here
24. Katie May Autopsy Click here
23. Flyer for New Hand Study at Cleveland State Univ. Click Here for More Information.
22. Ultrasound Triggers Brain Function in Comatose Man Click here
21. New Brain Map Identifies 97 Unknown Regions
20. How to Survive a Heart Attack
19. Stanford Stroke Study: New Stem Cell Research Reverses Stroke Symptoms in Some Cases
18. Applications for RTA Services for persons with disabilities:
Fixed Route Application for persons with disabilities for regular RTA Service:
Paratransit Service – Origin to Destination – door to door service (Currently $2.25 one-way)
17. New Stroke Research: The brain may be able to repair itself — with help
15. Household Tips for Persons with Low Vision http://www.environmentalgeriatrics.com/pdf/handouts/household_tips_low_vision.pdf
13. A Stroke, A Coma, A Revelation: How a Quadriplegic Man Helped Pioneer His Own Life-Changing Robot http://www.rd.com/true-stories/inspiring/robotics-technology-disabilities/#ixzz3cygGwPe3
12. A New Method of Stroke Detection: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/05/150512112341.htm?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A%20sciencedaily/computers_math/artificial_intelligence%20%28Artificial%20Intelligence%20News%20–%20ScienceDaily%29
11. Add Your Story http://www.stroke.org/featured-faces-of-stroke
6. NE Ohio Stroke Resources Updated 12/18/15 NEW-UPDATED
iHOPE is a series of webinars and Ask the Experts Q&A sessions led by topic experts on stroke recovery issues and produced by the National Stroke Association. The program is designed for an individual experience—learn at your own pace and gain specific knowledge for personal needs.
Berenice E. Kleiman who is the author of ONE STROKE, TWO SURVIVORS and LESSONS LEARNED: STROKE RECOVERY FROM A CAREGIVER’S PERSPECTIVE, both published by the Cleveland Clinic Press and a long-time member of the Cleveland Stroke Club has written and narrated two videos: Time Management and Goal Setting for Caregivers. There are many other videos also on the site that may be of interest: Depression, Nutrition, Pain, Vision, Fatigue, etc.
What Happens When the Caregiver Gets Sick, Submitted to National Stroke Association, January 22, 2013.By: Berenice E. Kleiman is a long-time member of the Cleveland Stroke Club.
2. “Whispering stroke” symptoms may damage health, lower quality of life
People who have stroke-like symptoms but no stroke diagnosis incur physical and mental damage that significantly lowers their quality of life, according to a report in Stroke: Journal of the American Heart Association.
1. Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics
A Report From the American Heart Association Statistics Committee and Stroke Statistics Subcommittee