Which brings me to my second, albeit, constructive distraction. In searching the web to find more and more information on stroke survivors and stroke rehabilitation I came across a book written by Dr. Tom Balchin, MEd, PhD, FSB. The name of the book is "The Successful Stroke Survivor". This is a book/manual about how to successfully rehabilitate at home with very little required equipment, although, there is some equipment. I found a five-part preview of the book on Amazon.com and sampled it through my Kindle. This was to get an idea of what the book was about an how it was set up and I found them very enlightening. You can find these books at:
Tom Balchin on Amazon.com I eventually bought these 5 books (1. Stroke Recovery Essentials, 2. Tricks of the Trade, 3. How to Retrain, 4. Lower Body Rehab and 5, Upper Body Rehab) because they seemed so interesting, especially the Lower and Upper Body Rehab books. Now when i get back to rehab I'll have new exercises I can do to vary my routines to try to avoid boredom! I will eventually buy the complete book/manual(I do not make a commission on these sales) because it is difficult to go through the exercise illustrations and explanations on a Kindle. I leave it to my readers to decide the value of this book and whether to purchase it for themselves - "The Successful Stroke Survivor".