EnableMe podcast

Podcasts are internet radio programs that you can download or listen to online with a computer, tablet or mobile phone.

In this EnableMe podcast series, we bring together stroke survivors, health professionals and researchers with practical advice for reclaiming your life after stroke.

Next Podcast - Long Term Stroke Recovery

We used to think that little recovery could be made after the first six or twelve months post-stroke. While there is certainly a ‘sweet spot’ where hard work helps you reach your maximum potential, recovery does not stop after this time. Stroke survivors continue to work their recovery, and to improve, for many years after their stroke.

In our next podcast, we talk about how to manage long-term recovery from stroke. We’ll discuss the highs, lows, challenges and rewards, answer questions and provide useful strategies. 

Use the form below to tell us what you want to know about long-term stroke recovery.

 

Episode 15 - Touch and sensation

Stroke can affect the way you experience the world around you, causing problems with perception, the senses of touch and temperature, numbness, pins and needles, and proprioception (the sense of where your body parts are and how they're moving), as well as sensory overload. In this podcast, we talk about coping with sensory issues and what you can do about them.

Find out more or read the transcript

All episodes


Podcast Partner

We'd like to thank our podcast partner Allergan for their support in the development of our podcast.

EnableMe podcast

Podcasts are internet radio programs that you can download or listen to online with a computer, tablet or mobile phone.

In this EnableMe podcast series, we bring together stroke survivors, health professionals and researchers with practical advice for reclaiming your life after stroke.

Next Podcast - Long Term Stroke Recovery

We used to think that little recovery could be made after the first six or twelve months post-stroke. While there is certainly a ‘sweet spot’ where hard work helps you reach your maximum potential, recovery does not stop after this time. Stroke survivors continue to work their recovery, and to improve, for many years after their stroke.

In our next podcast, we talk about how to manage long-term recovery from stroke. We’ll discuss the highs, lows, challenges and rewards, answer questions and provide useful strategies. 

Use the form below to tell us what you want to know about long-term stroke recovery.

 

Episode 15 - Touch and sensation

Stroke can affect the way you experience the world around you, causing problems with perception, the senses of touch and temperature, numbness, pins and needles, and proprioception (the sense of where your body parts are and how they're moving), as well as sensory overload. In this podcast, we talk about coping with sensory issues and what you can do about them.

Find out more or read the transcript

All episodes


Podcast Partner

We'd like to thank our podcast partner Allergan for their support in the development of our podcast.