Childhood Stroke 03: Finding sports that spark joy
Stroke Foundation | Enableme podcast
by Stroke Foundation
3w ago
Positive sports experiences at an early age have important health and social benefits. Families of survivors of childhood stroke often report being unable to find inclusive activities and sporting organisations in their communities. In this episode of the Childhood Stroke Podcast series, we speak to a parent and two professionals working to engage young children in sports after childhood stroke. Guests: Tony Peacock, a parent to a child who had a stroke and member of Stroke Foundation's Lived Experience Advisory Group. Louise Daniels, a Senior Physiotherapist who is passionate about supporting ..read more
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Young Stroke Special: Smashing it after stroke S2E6 – Speech pathology & inclusive communication
Stroke Foundation | Enableme podcast
by Stroke Foundation
1M ago
Paul Burns is a young stroke survivor and host of Smashing it After Stroke. Paul is back for a second season, this time talking to health professionals and industry leaders. Paul and his guests dive into current thinking on stroke recovery within their respective fields, what’s out there for those with invisible injuries and as usual, he picks up some tips and tricks along the way. In this episode, Paul talks to to speech pathologist Emma Power. Emma is a clinician, researcher and Associate Professor at the University of Technology Sydney. Emma and Paul talk about: - What speech pathology is ..read more
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Young Stroke Special: Smashing it after stroke S2E5 – Technology and AI
Stroke Foundation | Enableme podcast
by Stroke Foundation
3M ago
Paul Burns is a young stroke survivor and host of Smashing it After Stroke. Paul is back for a second season, this time talking to health professionals and industry leaders. Paul and his guests dive into current thinking on stroke recovery within their respective fields, what’s out there for those with invisible injuries and as usual, he picks up some tips and tricks along the way. In this episode, Paul explores stroke recovery from a different angle. How can technology and AI (artificial intelligence) be used to assist people living with disabilities? Paul is joined by Marius Mathisen from No ..read more
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Childhood Stroke 02: School inclusion
Stroke Foundation | Enableme podcast
by Stroke Foundation
3M ago
Survivors of childhood stroke can face serious barriers to education. Inclusive education means every child is welcomed by their school and supported to reach their full potential. In this episode of the Childhood Stroke Podcast series, we speak to a survivor of childhood stroke, a parent and a professional working to improve inclusion in schools. Guests: Hailey Mckirdy, a survivor of childhood stroke, lived experience consultant and disability support worker. Alison Scotti, mum to a survivor of childhood stroke and assistant school principal. Kate Heine, founder of Heads Together for ABI, whi ..read more
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Young Stroke Special: Finding purpose after stroke – Creativity
Stroke Foundation | Enableme podcast
by Stroke Foundation
3M ago
Letisha Living is a young survivor of stroke and creator of this 3-part podcast special “Finding purpose after stroke.” In each episode, Letisha explores a different topic that has supported the mental wellbeing of people impacted by stroke. The topics she discusses are volunteering, support groups and creativity. In this episode, Letisha talks to three survivors of stroke about finding purpose after stroke through creativity. She is joined by Shelagh, a poet; Yvonne, a painter; and Gretel, a writer and performer. Read the transcript at https://enableme.org.au/community/podcasts/young-stroke-p ..read more
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Young Stroke Special: Finding purpose after stroke – Support groups
Stroke Foundation | Enableme podcast
by Stroke Foundation
3M ago
Letisha Living is a young survivor of stroke and creator of this 3-part podcast special “Finding purpose after stroke.” In each episode, Letisha explores a different topic that has supported the mental wellbeing of people impacted by stroke. The topics she discusses are volunteering, support groups and creativity. In this episode, Letisha talks to four survivors of stroke about their different experiences of joining or starting their own support groups. They also talk about the benefits of support groups and how this has positively impacted their mental wellbeing. Read the transcript at https ..read more
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Young Stroke Special: Finding purpose after stroke – Volunteering
Stroke Foundation | Enableme podcast
by Stroke Foundation
3M ago
Letisha Living is a young survivor of stroke and creator of this 3-part podcast special “Finding purpose after stroke.” In each episode, Letisha explores a different topic that has supported the mental wellbeing of people impacted by stroke. The topics she discusses are volunteering, support groups and creativity. In this episode, Letisha talks to two survivors of stroke and a parent of a young survivor about finding purpose through volunteering. They talk about how volunteering supported their stroke recovery journeys and how giving back has impacted them. Read the transcript at https://enabl ..read more
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Young Stroke Special: Smashing it after stroke S2E4 – Speech therapy
Stroke Foundation | Enableme podcast
by Stroke Foundation
4M ago
Paul Burns is a young stroke survivor and host of Smashing it After Stroke. Paul is back for a second season, this time talking to health professionals and industry leaders. Paul and his guests dive into current thinking on stroke recovery within their respective fields, what’s out there for those with invisible injuries and as usual, he picks up some tips and tricks along the way. In this episode, Paul talks to speech pathologist Jessica Mutzelberg. A speech pathologist can help with communication, swallowing and voice changes after a stroke. Jessica talks about why speech therapy is not just ..read more
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Young Stroke Special: Smashing it after stroke S2E3 – Behavioural optometry
Stroke Foundation | Enableme podcast
by Stroke Foundation
4M ago
Paul Burns is a young stroke survivor and host of Smashing it After Stroke. Paul is back for a second season, this time talking to health professionals and industry leaders. Paul and his guests dive into current thinking on stroke recovery within their respective fields, what’s out there for those with invisible injuries and as usual, he picks up some tips and tricks along the way. n episode three, Paul talks to senior optometrist Melanie Imlach. Melanie has spent a large part of her career working with people who have neurological conditions that impact vision. Paul seeks to uncover the ins a ..read more
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Childhood Stroke Podcast - Episode 1: A lived experience of childhood stroke
Stroke Foundation | Enableme podcast
by Stroke Foundation
5M ago
Stroke can happen at any age. Around 600 children have a stroke in Australia each year. A child’s stroke is a crisis for families. In the first episode of the Childhood Stroke Podcast series, we speak to two people with lived experience of childhood stroke to share their stories, challenges, wisdom and tips for other families on the journey. Guests: Dee Banks, a mother, whose child had a stroke in utero. Mitchell Fenton, a young schoolteacher and survivor of childhood stroke ..read more
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