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iHOPE: Medication Adherence and Compliance

© 2011

This webinar provides the definitions of medication adherence and compliance and offers tips for managing your prescriptions.

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iHOPE: Mobility Post-Stroke

© 2010

Explore the different types of therapies that are available to help improve your mobility following a stroke.

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iHOPE: Navigating the Nutrition Facts Label and the Grocery Store

© 2010

This webinar teaches the terminology needed to successfully read and understand a nutrition label.

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iHOPE: Nutrition Post Stroke

© 2010

Nutrition Post Stroke discusses the importance of nutrition after a stroke and provides tips for increasing your appetite.

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iHOPE: Pain

© 2013

This webinar provides detailed information on post-stroke pain, along with treatment options for pain management.

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iHOPE: Preventing Another Stroke

© 2010

This webinar will provide information on the warnings signs and symptoms for preventing another stroke.

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iHOPE: Pseudobulbar Affect and Stroke

© 2015

This webinar will provide tips on managing PBA and how to describe your symptoms to your doctor.

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iHOPE: Rehab at Home Post Stroke

© 2011

This webinar explains the benefits and challenges of rehab at home with tips for developing your own home exercise program.

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iHOPE: Sex and Sexuality After a Stroke

© 2013

This webinar features topics such as, defining the difference between sex and sexuality and tips for dating after a stroke. 

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iHOPE: Sleep Disorders in Stroke Survivors

© 2014

Sleep problems are common after a stroke. Do you have issues sleeping?  Learn some tips that may help you get a good night sleep.

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