Wouldn’t it be nice, if after acute care and rehabilitation, everyone involved in the caring of your loved one, were on the same path with a common vision? Wouldn’t it be nice if those around the affected person such as family members, carers, therapists and other professionals could encourage and envisioned him back on their feet?
Stroke, acquired brain injury, divorce, death, notice of termination, all these matters bring radical change and challenges into one’s life.
The main goal should be to improve the quality of life and independence continuously. When all interventions and therapies serve this goal, the requirements for progress are set in place.
As coach and therapist with the focus on Neurological Rehabilitation, I know that rehabilitation is a long and ongoing process. It is actually a never ending one. The reason being that the brain never stops learning. Science has already proven that Neuroplasticity is key for success.
I encourage you you, to be part of this process as an active and creative member of the team.