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Posted by Laurie
on September 06, 2000 at 15:57:05:
I am an Activity Therapist in a long term care facility. I am currently treating a 63y.o. female who suffered a
subarachnoid hemmorhage in June of this year. She appears to be recovering quite well wtih some left sided
paralysis w/ her arm being worse than her leg. I am curious to know how much cognitive damage these can
cause. We are having a difficult time deciding if her behavior is of a cognitive nature or of a manipulative
nature. Any help is much appreciated by ALL the staff!!
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