Life after stroke
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You might be better.
Your body is different after a stroke. Different might be hard at first. But when it can help you look at the world with new perseverance and strength, different can be better. You can be better. With a mind-body-soul approach to recovery, you have the potential to live better than you ever thought possible. After a stroke, let the Good Samaritan Society be your source of hope, healing and being better.
Watch the video below for stroke stories and education.
How can we help?
Whether accessed on an inpatient or outpatient basis, rehabilitation therapy is a vital part of recovering from a stroke. People of all ages — from infants to seniors — benefit from these therapeutic disciplines. Learn more.
Rehabilitation and skilled care (sometimes referred to as nursing home care, long-term care or skilled nursing care) refers to care that is provided for residents who need the assistance of rehabilitative and/or licensed nursing staff.
Therapeutic recreation programs and other specialized therapies are available to assist and encourage residents to live life to the fullest after a stroke event. Learn more.
You're not ready to leave home. But you're realizing that after a stroke staying there is becoming a challenge. With Services@Home you can get the help you need to stay comfortable in the place that means so much to you. Learn more.
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As one of the nation’s leading not-for-profit providers of senior care and services, the Good Samaritan Society has 95 years of experience helping people of all ages find direction amidst life’s challenges. Let us help you.
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