Month: August 2020

NeuroNews: Just 2% Invest In Mental Health + How To Adapt Through Coronavirus Pandemic

In this OT NeuroNews the World Mental Health day is 30 years young and here’s why we need to invest in our mental health. Plus, from a professor of education, how we can adapt in the coronavirus pandemic. A rich conversation of how adapting is tied to our wellbeing. Just 2% Invest In Mental Health …

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Coronavirus (COVID -19) OT Brisbane Practice Information For Patients

If you’re a patient of Occupational Therapy Brisbane and are either attending our clinic or you’re having a therapist visit you at your home please note this essential information with regards to COVID – 19. Coronavirus (COVID-19) Patient Alert As part of our work to support our patients and the community, we’d like you to …

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NeuroNews: Sleep and Your Stroke Recovery

How Sleep Problems Can Adversely Impact Recovery Following Stroke The findings of a study published in Clinical Rehabilitation shows how sleep problems can impact patients up to 12 months after their stroke occured.   There was a strong link between having problems with your sleep negatively impacting the “quality of life, function and participation” in those first …

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How You Can Overcome Parkinson’s Freezing Gait (Complete Guide)

https://youtu.be/n2-kTkLJe6Q If you’ve been living with Parkinson’s Disease for some time it’s likely you’ve experienced Freezing of Gait episodes. You see, 1 in 2 people living with PD are predicted to experience some form of Freezing of Gait and is a major Parkinson’s disease symptom. If you’re struggling moving through doorways, changes in floor surfaces or …

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Think Your Parent Has Dementia (Therapist Shares What To Do)

Think your parent has dementia? If you’re worried about your mum or dad’s cognitive decline and are trying to figure out how to talk to your parent about their potential dementia signs – well, it can be an emotional minefield ( for both people). It doesn’t need to be this way and we’d like to …

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