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Stroke Recovery Information

Below are links we think you may find informative

24-hour resources:

  • Visit The Stroke Network website for information, support and live chat, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. www.strokenetwork.org

General Information about Stroke and Stroke Recovery:

General Scientific Articles about Stroke:

  • PubMed is a digital archive sponsored by the US National Library of Medicine that includes thousands of citations of published research. http://pubmed.gov
  • Google Scholar is a free web search engine that helps find scholarly articles www.scholar.google.com
  • The Science Blog offers science news about stroke: www.scienceblog.com

For Caregivers:

For Help with Speech and Communication:

  • National Aphasia Association website provides useful information about aphasia: www.aphasia.org
  • American Speech-Language-Hearing Association gives an overview of the language and speck deficits that may result from stroke: www.asha.org/public/speech
  • Aphasia Hope Foundation links to articles about stroke and communication disorders: www.aphasiahope.org
  • Academy of Neurogenic Communication Disorders and Sciences website links to other sites and full-text articles about the latest research for evaluating and treating communication disorders that may result from stroke: www.ancds.org

For Parents With Children Who Have Had a Stroke: