Following stroke, 5 types of disability can occur depending on the location of the stroke: (1) Paralysis and movement difficulty (2) Sensory changes - ability to feel touch, pain, temperature or position (3) Difficulty using or understanding language (4) Thinking and memory problems (5) Emotional disturbances

Rehabilitation after stroke requires assessment of each of these aspects of neurologic function.  Treatment must be individualized to account for all areas of disability in order to recover as much function as possible, achieve the highest level of independence, and return to the activities you love to do. 

All interventions are designed to emphasize recovery of FUNCTION - exercises are dynamic in nature and are designed to find and treat the missing link in what is preventing normal movement whether that is rolling in bed, getting out of bed, standing, walking, jumping, skipping, fishing, etc.