What is a Stroke?

Stroke Rehabilitation

Community/Outpatient Services:

 

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What is a Stroke?

A stroke occurs when blood flow is disrupted to part of the brain. This leads to damage to the brain cells due to a lack of oxygen and nutrients. Depending on where in the brain the stroke occurs, strokes can result in speech difficulties, muscle weakness or paralysis, reading and writing difficulties, impaired vision or cognitive changes.

 

Stroke Rehabilitation

At Laura Fergusson Rehabilitation, our team is dedicated to helping stroke survivors overcome the obstacles they face following a stroke. We take a practical and functional approach and create a rehabilitation programme tailored to your needs and goals.

We have inpatient and outpatient options available for stroke rehabilitation.

Community/Outpatient Services:

 

Community/Outpatient Services

Individual Therapy Sessions

Individual Therapy Sessions involve one-on-one treatment with our multidisciplinary team. Treatment may incorporate Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech and Language Therapy.

Location
This service is available at our Auckland Regional Centre.

Pricing

Accessing this service
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Active Community Stroke Programme

Our Active Community Stroke Programme is a group rehabilitation programme developed in conjunction with the Stroke Foundation Northern Region Inc. This programme is 9 weeks long and includes both physical rehabilitation and education components. It’s designed to give participants a strong start both physically and emotionally towards achieving improvements in function, independence and self-management.

As this is a group programme, this service isn’t suitable for people who require one-to-one support.

Location
This service is available at our Auckland Regional Centre.

Entry criteria
To be eligible for this programme, individuals must:

  • Be medically stable and rehabilitation ready
  • Be able to participate for the entire duration of the programme (9 weeks)
  • Have physical endurance to attend two 1-2 hour sessions a week
  • Be able to follow instructions and actively participate

Assessment
Prior to joining the programme, an initial assessment is required. This assessment covers your medical history, physical ability and your fitness/rehabilitation goals. Following this assessment, our team will develop a tailored treatment programme specific to your needs.

Funding
This programme is funded. However, places are limited and the programme runs at set times during the year (4 programmes per year).

Accessing this service
Referrals can be made by a hospital therapist, doctor, the Stroke Foundation or other support providers.

Self referrals or family referrals can be initiated following advice from your GP.

Click the button below to complete our referrals form or email us at info@lft.co.nz or call +64 9 524 0537.

Referrals

 

Gym Membership & Personal Training

Research has shown that regular exercise and activity can support ongoing stroke rehabilitation. Our gym offers a specialised environment suitable for individuals following a stroke. Our team has a strong knowledge of disabilities and can tailor a fitness programme to your needs.

We offer a month by month gym membership option and a Personal Training service.

Location
This service is available at our Auckland Regional Centre.

Pricing

Accessing this service
Click the button below to read more about Gym Memberships and Personal Training or email us at info@lft.co.nz or call +64 9 524 0537.

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