Strokecast isn’t the only stroke related podcast out there. There are several others I’ve enjoyed listening to and learning from.
If there are other Stroke related podcasts you enjoy, please let me know and I’ll add them to this list.
The Slow Road to Better
Description: The Stroke Comeback Center in Virginia publishes this podcast. It’s a panel discussion featuring a therapist as the host and 4-5 stroke survivors dealing with aphasia. They talk about their lives in recovery, the challenges they face, and a variety of other topics.
You can find it in Apple Podcasts and most Android podcatchers. https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-slow-road-to-better/id1208357373?mt=2
Description: This podcast comes from the Stroke Foundation in Australia. They interview stroke industry professionals and survivors. Here’s how they describe it:
“Podcasts are internet radio programs that you can download or listen to online with a computer, tablet or mobile phone.
In this Enable Me podcast series, we bring together stroke survivors, health professionals and researchers with practical advice for reclaiming your life after stroke.”
Episodes are available on the webpage and through popular podcatchers.
Apple Podcasts Link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/enableme-podcast/id1094115765?mt=2
Hand in Hand Show
Description: “Stroke and TBI bring us together. We launched the Hand in Hand Show to help make the voice of the stroke and TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) community heard.
Do you know the Hand in Hand Show is designed and run entirely by stroke survivors and caregivers? We know stroke and TBI.”
Living Life After Stroke
Description: “We talk all things stroke survival and recovery and living life one day at a time.”
This podcast is available through popular Android podcatchers and BlogTalkRadio.
Aphasia Access Conversations
Description: “Aphasia Access Conversations brings you the latest aphasia resources, tips, and aha moments from Life Participation professionals who deliver way more than stroke and aphasia facts. Topics include aphasia group treatment ideas, communication access strategies, plus ways for growing awareness and funds for your group aphasia therapy program. This podcast is produced by Aphasia Access.”
Stroke survivor Joe and TBI survivor Lauren nerd out each week on nerdy and geeky stuff Comic books, movies, and more. Oh, and they also talk about brain stuff as the navigate post-brain injury world.
Stroke Adjacent Podcasts
This collection of podcasts covers topics similar to, or related to stroke, but not focused on stroke.
Adventures in Brain Injury
Description: “In 2011, Cavin Balaster fell two stories and landed in a 12-day coma with less than a 10% chance of recovery. A year later, after painstakingly regaining the ability to walk, talk, eat, breathe, swallow and think clearly, he began a blog documenting the details of his intense recovery called “Adventures in Brain Injury.” Now, Cavin’s bringing his blog and information, including interviews with practitioners and other survivors, to the podcast format.”
Life After Brain Injury
Description: “This is a podcast by Will Perringwood and his wife Amy all about living life after a brain injury. Will suffered a bleed on the brain in March 2013 and spent 6 months in hospital and ever since has been recovering from physical and hidden effects of his brain injury. Will is passionate about thriving not just surviving after a brain injury. We hope through this podcast we can spread the message that there is life after brain injury and it is a great life – just a new normal! We also want everyone to know about the amazing work of Headway, they helped us enormously and we hope to give back even slightly!”
This podcast is available through Apple Podcasts, popular podcatchers, and on the web.