5 HappyNeuron Pro Worksheets to Use for Stroke Patients
Stroke is a leading cause of disability in the United States and Canada. People who have experienced a stroke often experience cognitive complications, such as impaired memory and language abilities. Stroke rehabilitation often involves the remediation of cognitive skills that have been impaired due to stroke. HAPPYneuron Pro offers both digital and print exercises that therapists can use with their clients that have experienced a stroke. In this blog post, we share with you 5 HAPPYneuron Pro worksheets that you can use for your patients with stroke.
Packet #23 – Stroke
This packet is a combination of different exercises that target language, memory, and motor skills. Have your client complete this packet to address areas of weakness as assessed by the Cookie Theft Task, Fugl-Meyer Assessment, and Pyramids and Palm Trees task.
Packet #19 – Fluency
Does your child have trouble speaking? Help children practice the art of storytelling using this fluency worksheet. Children must describe different scenes in as much detail as they can.
Packet #25 – Attention
Trouble focusing? Take your client on a memorable trip to the Louvre! Your client will have a visual tour of one of the world’s most famous art museums, and will have to recall their visit!
Packet #26 – Aphasia
This packet contains language exercises that target fluency, sentence completion, grammatical knowledge, language learning, and letter recognition abilities. Work on these essential language skills with your client with aphasia to help them better communicate, comprehend, and engage with language in their daily lives.
Packet #32 – Visual-Spatial Skills
Sometimes, patients with stroke have difficulty distinguishing left from right, body awareness, and spatial awareness. This packet contains a variety of exercises that challenge your client to follow a pattern to a destination, navigate a scene to extract information, and find where they are in a scene given visual clues
Did you know that these packets also include bridging questions to help you connect the work you are doing with your client to their daily life? Now you do! Use them to foster helpful discussion to help your client generalize the cognitive skills that they are working on with you.