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Ryan Knight, PT - Education on gross motor movements, (large life movements). The functionality of steps is more important than how the movements look in relearning how to walk.

Ryan Knight, PT - Assitive device equipment needed to walk safely may not be permanent but is crucial for relearning the ability to access one's community.

Ryan Knight, PT - Unlocking unlimited potential after stroke.

Ryan Knight, PT - Importance of returning to physical therapy if you notice a decline in the ability to access your life. It is much easier to stay ahead of these setbacks to maintain and improve function.

Ryan Knight, PT - Importance of completing a home exercise program.

Ryan Knight, PT - How to access physical therapy intervention in a rural setting (community support and additional caregiver support).


Kristy Weissling, SLP.D - Speech therapy rehabilitation can help stroke survivors and caregivers to better communicate.

Kristy Weissling, SLP.D - Right Hemisphere Stroke presentation

Kristy Weissling, SLP.D - Communication challenges does not necessarily equate to a lack of agency. Speech therapy rehabilitation can help the caregiver to gain communication facilitation strategies to help the stroke survivor to receive the respect, dignitiy and agency that they deserve.

Kristy Weissling, SLP.D - Stroke survivors and their caregivers may need to continuously re-evaluate the progress, and return to therapy can be helpful in living more independently. Continued therapy supports healing in the brain due to neuroplasticity in building new pathways in the brain.

Ross Westemeyer, M.A. - Difficulty swallowing (Dysphasia) - Learn about a research study at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln for those suffering from dysphagia, or trouble swallowing that many stroke survivors experience.

Kristy Weissling, SLP.D - Navigating communication changes after a stroke due to cognitive changes and disrupted motor systems.

Kristy Weissling, SLP.D - What recovery can look like.

Aphasia, communication and stroke.


Kristy Weissling, SLP.D - What to expect in a speech language therapy session.

Right hemisphere post-stroke symptoms

Kristy Weissling, SLP.D -  Discusses healing and rehabilitation. 


Tips for communicating with medical professionals from Keith Fickenscher, stroke survivor.


Erin Engelman - OT, discusses the importance of having patience after a stroke

Erin Engelman, OT - The importance of working hard and also giving yourself time to rest and recover. 

Erin Engelman, OT - Taking tasks one step further to encourage independence and rehabilitation 

Erin Engelman, OT - Improving your function after a stroke.

Erin Engelman, OT - The importance of continuing to use the skills learned, "Use it or lose it". 

Erin Engelman, OT, discusses how everyone's journey while recovering from a stroke is different and unique.

Erin Engelman, OT discusses the steps to rehabilitation therapy, from range of motion all the way to acute rehabilitation settings. 

What does an occupational therapy session look like? Erin Engelman, OT, discusses potential treatments you may target in a session. 

Erin Engelman, OT, discusses getting back to life after stoke.

Erin Engelman, OT, talks about coping with the "new normal" after a stroke.