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Help the Benjamin’s Rehabilitation

Benjamin's post stroke rehabilitation
Post stroke rehabilitation

On October 25th, 2015. Benny was driving home from church, when he got into a major motorcycle accident. It seemed at first that the main issue was his right arm, but after a surgery Ben suffered a stroke which left him fully paralized.

Health and Social Recovery charity planning to help Ben’s post stroke recovery.

If you have it in your heart to help any way you can during this diffucult time, may God bless you.

This will help his family with what is to come, for medical expenses, or any services that may be needed.

Want to join us in supporting a good cause? Health & Social Recovery charity is raising money. Your contribution will make an impact, whether you donate $5 or $500. Every little bit helps. Thank you for your support.

Prayers are much appreciated!

Health and Social Recovery charity links for donations:

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Stroke is a serious disease. It is both a significant killer and long-term disabler. It impacts many, in large and small ways, striking men and women, young and old, rich and poor, and all races and nationalities.

This is the tornado disease!

Typically, after stroke, a patient spends time (one to three weeks depending on the stroke’s severity) in a hospital where they are stabilized and receive their initial therapy, depending on the deficits created by the stroke. As needed, they will receive physical, occupational, speech, and perhaps psychological therapy.

Upon discharge from the hospital, survivors will continue their rehabilitation for a few weeks or months, generally at an out-patient facility convenient to their residence. In some cases, therapy will be performed at home instead of at a facility. We believe that the latter is problematic for the great majority of survivors because few homes have the proper equipment for successful rehabilitation.

For nearly all survivor’s insurance reimbursement for outpatient therapy services terminates, often prematurely. Gains, often significant gains, can still be made, however, the insurance termination becomes a barrier to progress, either financially or psychologically, or both. Where to go, whom to turn to, what’s next?