Pediatric Strokes And Cognitive Functioning

BrainBytes | May 29, 2019 | cookchildrens

Childhood stroke survivors often have difficulty moving and paying attention. Depending how old the child is and how severe the stroke is, the child may have problems immediately. Issues such as organizing thoughts and solving problems, may not be seen until a child gets older. View the video to learn more.

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