This is a video about stroke. The video begins with a personal story. The woman is telling about her stroke. Then it continues with a speak from neurologist. She is telling about different strokes (infarct, intracerebral hemorrage, subaracnoidal hemorrage, transient ischemic attack) with a help of different animations. Then the doctor speaks about how to recognice a stroke (first symptoms) and instructs to call emergency right away. After that, the doctor speaks about the prevention of strokes; what everybody can do themselves. It highlights the importance to follow blood pressure values and gives pressure value that should be targeted. Video ends to the personal story and encouraging words about how to live good life after stroke.
This is a video about stroke and rehabilitation. There is a multiprofessional point of view. The speakers are (in the order they appear in the film): neurologist (about the rehabilitation in general and how it is organized), social worker (benefits from the state after stroke), occupational therapist (rehabilitation in everyday life), physiotherapist (physical rehabilitation), speech therapist (language rehabilitation), neuropsychological rehabilitation (neuropsychological symptoms and rehabilitation). Video ends to the encouraging words about how to live good life after stroke.
This is a short, personal story about aphasia. Peter is telling about his aphasia and how it effects his life and what kind of symptoms he has at the moment. First he is telling about his reading problems. He needs an untroubled text and interesting subject so that he can understand what he is reading about. Then he’s telling about talking in the telephone. He feels it is difficult because he needs to see the person he is talking to, so that he is able to understand what is being talked about. Then he is telling about he’s hobby bridge; it is sometimes difficult if the game takes many hours, because he can get suddenly very tired. And if there are a lot of people, then it is more difficult for him to understand what other people are talking about. Then he is telling about the importance of Aphasia Card. He needs it when he is going shopping so that people know that he has aphasia and he isn’t drunk or something like that. At the and he is telling that it is easy for him to ski 50 km, but this interview, it is difficult, but very much fun!