Stroke Related Podcasts

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Creation Date December 17th, 2019
Updated Date Updated November 30th, 2020
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  1. A Generation X stroke survivor explores rehab, recovery, the frontiers of neuroscience, and one-handed banana peeling.
  2. In the UK, there are more than 100,000 strokes every year. That’s one stroke every 5 minutes. Around the world there are as many as 15 million people suffering from the illness every year. It is usually sudden and can be a devastating illness – and so on the Stroke Stories podcast, we’ve been seeking out inspiring stories of stroke survivors.We hear their stories about their struggles, what drove them forward, and how they look back on their stroke now they're on the road to recovery. So join us in hearing these inspirational stories of strength, determination, and progress against all the odds.
  3. Rochelle Burke is a Fighter. Having had three Strokes that rob me of my mind, movement and speech, I was determined to help myself get back to better health. You can see my weekly updates and interviews on: https://www.youtube.com/c/BajanStrokesSurvivor Now having interest in the Podcast world, I have started Rochelle-The Bajan Stroke Survivor to have conversations, interviews, encouragement and tips. To be able to bring this podcast to you, your support through buymeacoff.ee/Rochellebajan or paypal.me/RocBur helps me reach out to the different guests on this podcast.
  4. Hand in Hand Show is a Strokefocus Podcast. It is a show telling stories of stroke survivors, caregivers, their support groups and institutions that support them.
  5. Recovering from a stroke or brain injury can feel very lonely, but the NeuroNerds are here to help through their love of all things nerd! Each Monday, join Joe Borges and his co-host Lauren Manzano as they share stories from their personal recovery journeys; offer tips for coping and thriving; interview fellow survivors and experts; and talk about varying nerd topics from comics to superhero movie theories to video games and more. If you’re a stroke or brain injury survivor, a caregiver or family member of a survivor or just a big lover of nerd culture, this podcast is for you.
  6. This podcast produced by members of the Stroke Comeback Center in Vienna, Virginia. In each episode our members share honest and uplifting stories of how they adapt to life after stroke and brain trauma, and what keeps them going on The Slow Road to Better.
  7. A podcast about brains, for people that have them! Follow comedian and brain injury survivor Mimi Hayes as she interviews top neurologists, brain scientists, and psychologists about the intricacies of the human mind! Tickle your brain and teach it something too with this way-too-fun-to-be-science podcast about all things brainy.
  8. Mid 30's white guys from the midwest talking about history, comedy, entertainment and pretty much everything else.
  9. "Life After Stroke" is a new hit radio show hosted by Emmy Award winning TV host, producer and stroke survivor, Christopher Ewing. The show is recorded during an actual stroke support group and features interviews with doctors and therapists, as well as the chance for stroke survivors to be able to share what's on their mind. For more information, just go to www.TheStrokeChannel.TV!
  10. A stroke survivor shares her journey through stories of the past 10 years of her recovery. You can also tune in and listen to other stroke and TBI Survivor stories interviewed by the host, with great tips to implement at home to help with your own personal recovery. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/emily-annis6/support
  11. A Community And Podcast For Stroke Survivors And Carers
  12. No-Brainer is a podcast devoted to dispelling brian injury myths and spreading the word about recovery tips and tricks. This podcast is here to spread hope and inspire chuckles.
  13. The Warrior Podcast is hosted by Martin Warrilow and aims to raise awareness of stroke among working-age people. All told from the viewpoint of someone whose career in journalism was ended at the age of 49 by a stress-related stroke. Find out more www.askthewarrior.com
  14. Podcast by Stroke Foundation
  15. Beate and Alexandra each suffered a brain injury (stroke) in their 20's and talks about everyday life and the ways these injuries still affect them. Conversations will include details about how their injuries happened and all the insights they've gained over the past years. They are here to be a friend, a voice and an ear to those living with a brain injury as well as to offer guidance to those who have someone in their lives dealing with one Join them if you would like to learn more about life after a big trauma, health and of course brain injuries! IG: @podcast.mybraininjuredfriends

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