Successful rehabilitation uses creativity and interest in participating

Men at a post discharge stroke group set up by occupational therapists at Mayday Hospital in Croydon produce complex Eagle Star quilts. As well as therapeutic benefit, people meet and support one another, and develop fine motor skills, high levels of concentration and raised self-confidence. Exerpt from the Review of Arts and Health Working Group, Department of Health.

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Originally posted: September 28th, 2010


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