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What coping strategies work best for family members after a spinal cord injury?

What coping strategies work best for family members after a spinal cord injury?

Terrie Price, PhD

Neuropsychologist/Director of Neuropsychology and Family Services, Rehabilitation Institute of Kansas City, Missouri

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Relaxation, checking in with their anxiety, physical activity is important, getting up and moving around. Being sure to exercise, having breaks where the individual is going out and doing things on their own, having some of their own life experiences... Show More

Relaxation, checking in with their anxiety, physical activity is important, getting up and moving around. Being sure to exercise, having breaks where the individual is going out and doing things on their own, having some of their own life experiences separate from the individual. I think it is also very useful if the individual uses things like meditation or prayer to help them in their journey and in managing again their own anxiety.

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What coping strategies work best for family members after a spinal cord injury?

Terrie Price, PhD

Neuropsychologist/Director of Neuropsychology and Family Services, Rehabilitation Institute of Kansas City, Missouri

More Videos by Terrie Price
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Relaxation, checking in with their anxiety, physical activity is important, getting up and moving around. Being sure to exercise, having breaks where the individual is going out and doing things on their own, having some of their own life experiences separate from the individual. I think it is also very useful if the individual uses things like meditation or prayer to help them in their journey and in managing again their own anxiety.

What coping strategies work best for family members after a spinal cord injury?
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