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SS Cover September/October 2008

Stroke Smart Magazine


September/October 2008
TABLE OF CONTENTS

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FEATURES


Kids Have Strokes Too

Parents of childhood stroke survivors share stories and sources of support.


What It’s Like

Seizures, developmental delays,isolation—families discuss life after a child’s stroke. Plus, organizations that can help you advocate for your child after stroke.


DEPARTMENTS


Mobility

Can video games like the Wii™ help improve arm movement?


Rehabilitation/Recovery

Are you job ready? These tips can help you get a job after stroke.


Caregiver’s Corner

Help your children share their stroke stories with peers


Nutrition

What you need to know to make healthy fast food choices.


Prevention

Manage your cholesterol with these six tips.


Amazing Brain

New treatments may help improve foot drop.


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Q&A


News You Can Use


Gear & Gadgets


Champion of Hope


What’s Going On


 


 

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