I'm Aoi Hashima , an occupational therapist working in Saga Sumai and Fukuoka.
I would like to introduce Alisa's blog, she always appreciates me when I study peer counseling.
After a stroke, patients will undergo rehabilitation in hospitals, etc., in preparation for discharge at home.
We'll practice self-care like changing clothes and brushing our teeth, but we'll also practice actions needed for everyday life other than self-care.
Aside from self-care, kitchen chores are some of the most complex yet essential parts of everyday life.
Rehabilitation textbooks contain general methods that have been used for a long time, but what is published after a disabled person is discharged from the hospital is more educational than textbooks.
In this Alyssa's blog, we introduce the peeler through a video.
This is what I want not only the concerned parties, but also the medical staff to read.
~Ali'iSa's La cucina con una mano ~Arisa's One-Handed Kitchen~
I think this will be a tip for everyone's daily kitchen work.
For medical staff, it is full of tips for discharge support.
☆*:.｡.Thank you for reading till the end.｡.:*☆
This article was reprinted on September 30 , 2022 on Aoi Hashima's blog " Stroke Rehabilitation Longevity Consultation Center " .