Stroke Therapy to regain memory skills

Stroke Therapy to regain memory skills

Stroke can severely impact an individual’s memory skills. Here, an occupational therapist uses playing cards to evaluate a patient’s memory and help her regain her skills.

Utilizing the different colors and numbers on the cards, and arranging them differently each time, is a useful therapeutic tool in rebuilding memory post stroke.


  1. Paul Mwamba on November 8, 2019 at 9:56 am

    I am trying scrubble

  2. LaToya Hill on November 8, 2019 at 10:05 am

    😮Ohhhhh! So that’s why my Mom gave me the cards for! Makes sense.😊

  3. Urban Humphrey on November 8, 2019 at 10:08 am

    I found this blood pressure solution “yumkum shocking guide” (G00GLE it) for my good friend. His blood pressure was stroke level 158/120. With the aid of this program and eating clean, it had been able to decrease swiftly normal again. It has gradually decreased and two weeks later with healthier eating his blood pressure is 128/84.

  4. Ciaran O'Hagan on November 8, 2019 at 10:37 am

    im confused by this. I didnt think there was much evidence to suggest that you can remediate memory issues post-injury. You can do it for task-specifically but it doesnt translate well to other tasks. I understand it as you need to work on compensatory strategies for people with memory impairments instead of trying to fix the issue. I use this activity for people with visual inattention or visual field loss as it helps them develop strategies to overcome this problem i.e. wider scanning of the visual scene.

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