Several days ago I wrote and published the article, Activities of Daily Living — Creating the Possible — through Repetitive Mirrored Movements. Today I would like to share the information within the article through a video presentation. I create video presentations of my articles to make the information available to individuals who learn through watching and listening, as we all learn in different ways.
The good news is that we can create the possible through staying committed to the process. Although the process may seem slow at times, before long we will be able to look back and see how far we have come. See how far we have come in the process of enhancing the quality of our lives, because we did not give up.
Below is a brief excerpt from the articles:
“Following a brain injury, the individual is faced with having to learn or re-learn skills. Once familiar skills may take more time to accomplish. Because of this increased time, the individual may find themselves becoming frustrated with themselves and other people. Frustrated with family and friends who may expect that they “should” be able to accomplish what was once simple without hesitation.
Such frustration with ourselves and other people may undermine our confidence in our ability to recover. But let me share some good news with you. You will succeed in mastering those skills by not giving up!
In today’s article, I would like to share something with you that has helped and continues to help me in my recovery process. Some 18 years ago I started a program to improve my ability to use both sides of my body. Several years later the term neuroplasticity was introduced as a way to create new nerve connections (neural pathways) and brain reorganization. Little did I know that I had been using this principle to improve and increase my activities of daily living.”
To watch and listen to the video presentation of the article, please click on this link: Activities of Daily Living — Creating the Possible — through Repetitive Mirrored Movements Video Presentation
To read the complete article from which this video presentation is made, please click on this link: Activities of Daily Living — Creating the Possible — through Repetitive Mirrored Movements
For more information on learning / re-learning skills, click on this link to read: Activities of Daily Living. For more information on learning / re-learning through a video presentation, click on this link: Activities of Daily Living
“The journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step. Once we start walking, before long we will be able to look back and see how far we have traveled; because we did not give up.” Craig J. Phillips MRC, BA
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