For the 5th anniversary of the EnableMe podcast series we’re revisiting one of our most popular topics: neuroplasticity, the ability of the brain to change and the basis of recovery after stroke.
To find out what’s new in neuroplasticity and h
Guest: Kim Beesley
This episode explores being a parent of a young stroke survivor. It can be a huge learning curve, knowing what to say and do, how to be there for your child and how to look after yourself at the same time.
Guests: Bill Gasiamis and Katrina Cunningham
This episode explores renewal and growth and finding the new normal after stroke. The stroke recovery journey isn’t easy, often with many twists and turns, highs and low. This episode is about navig
Guests: Paul Fink and Nicole Christodoulou
This episode explores recovery mindset. The word recovery means different things to different people. We know that for most, recovery after stroke is lifelong. It’s a journey, rather than a destinatio
Many people are unaware that children and babies can have strokes, and parents are often left with nowhere to turn. Fortunately that situation is changing, with support groups for parents and the new Our Family’s Stroke Journey resource from th
So much of the way we interact with the world and how the world interacts with us is based on vision, so when a stroke affects your sight it can have a very big impact on your life. In this special episode put together with Vision Australia, we
Yoga is very popular with stroke survivors as a form of exercise and as an activity to connect with the community. In this podcast, we speak physiotherapist and researcher Professor Susan Hillier, stroke survivor Sue Bowden, and Simone Russell
To mark World Continence Week 2019 and its theme of “Laugh without leaking”, we’re joining forces with the Continence Foundation of Australia to break down the stigma and talk about bladder and bowel problems after stroke. Busting to share thei