Discover LIFEafterstroke

Features

User Interactive

Stop and start videos, variable exercise intensity, reports to monitor your progress, alerts and notifications

Physical Improvement

Regular exercises with multiple movements develops new muscle memory and strength – three key points to remember are repetition repetition repetition

Communicative rehabilitation

Exercises to improve communications build new paths in the brain, and get it working again – neurons that fire together wire together

Cognitive development

Accentuate neuroplasticity and discourage learned non-use

effective rehabilitation

Control of your personal
recovery in your hands

Life after stroke puts your rehabilitation in your hands. It provides instant feedback on your progress. Life after stroke offers a wide selection of therapies to choose from. Exercises can be performed sitting lying or standing The exercises run on your phone or tablet and lets you control how and how much use you have done. It lets you stop and start the videos easily. It keeps a record of how many repetitions you did and how easy you found each exercise. Then when you have finished, Lifeafterstroke goes to the next exercise. Lifeafterstroke runs on any computer tablet and phone.

The science

Stroke rehabilitation with an App is effective

Telerehabilitation has been found to be scientifically and medically: "As effective as in-clinic therapy for the rehabilitation of stroke patients.”

Dr Steven Cramer, MD

Professor of Neurology
Irvine University Of Southern California
excerises for recovery

Use it or lose it

If you don't use your brain, it stops working it's called "learnt non use." LIFEafterstroke exercises stroke victims Physical, Communicative and Cognitive faculties through an app.  Lifeafterstroke works on your phone, tablet or desktop; the exercises can be done sitting, standing or lying down.

pricing

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monthly subscription
starter

1 Account

Regular Database

Ultimate R&D

Tech Support

Responsive Website

10 Revesion

$0/ yearly

Premium

1 Account

Regular Database

Ultimate R&D

Tech Support

Responsive Website

10 Revesion

$109/ yearly

FREE for the first month

Survivors and their families can  be self-sufficient and ensure their personal stroke recovery works effectively.

Then just £7 a month

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Telerehabilitation

Three golden rules to stroke rehabilitation

They say there are three golden rules to stroke rehabilitation they are Repetition Repetition Repetition. Rehabilitation is a learning and a re-learning experienceOnce you leave hospital you and your close family need to know what to do and how to do it every day. This is what Life After Stroke does straight away. No waiting for someone to come and show you or teach you. You will need to learn what to do. You will be relearning to do many things that your stroke has temporarily prevented you from doing on your own. As you retrain your mind and body to do things, you will become more independent and feel more positive and less depressed. These are important things to remember about Stroke Rehabilitation.

testimonials

many happy clients

It's really changed my life

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WHAT’S SMART ABOUT THIS APP

SMART Goals

The key to setting objectives for exercise are SMART goals. is an acronym that stands for Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, and Timely. Therefore, a SMART goal incorporates all of these criteria to help focus your efforts and increase the chances of achieving that goal. SMART goals are: Specific: Well defined, clear, and unambiguous.

SMART Technology

The use of technology makes your computer play a vital part in your journey to recovery. Remembering what to do is often a problem you will encounter. The videos are an excellent aid to reminding you how to do each exercise. Keeping a record of your progress and visualizing your improvements will motivate you to go that extra mile.