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Brain Injury and Disorders

Stroke care for the elderly

Watching your loved one recover from a stroke can be difficult. When an elderly loved one suffers a stroke, their rehabilitation can be lengthy and, often, unpredictable. There are many ways you can support your loved ones through their recovery, including making modifications to their home, encouraging daily exercises, and empowering independent movement. You might …

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Long-term care for brain injury patients

The annual Action for Brain Injury (ABI) Awareness Week runs from May 16 to May 22 2023. It aims to raise awareness and understanding about brain injuries and improve the lives of ABI survivors with enhanced support and better social interactions. It highlights the importance of long-term care for these patients and the challenges they …

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Epilepsy – Breaking the stereotypes

Epilepsy is a neurological disorder affecting the brain activity and causing frequent seizures (bursts of electrical activity in the brain that generate abnormalities in the way it functions). In other words, your brain cells are constantly sending messages to each other through “electrical activity”. During a seizure, the brain gets a sudden burst of electrical activity, …

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Schizophrenia Awareness – What are the main schizophrenia symptoms?

Many people are not aware of the main schizophrenia symptoms or how to support someone living with the schizophrenia condition. National Schizophrenia Awareness Day on 25 July 2021, aims to make people aware of the challenges faced by people living with a diagnosis of schizophrenia in the UK and worldwide. Schizophrenia is an often misunderstood condition …

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