Someone gave Peter’s book a bad review because it didn’t specifically mention cerebellar strokes. I think I know who it was and let me just say – that’s annoying as all hell. I will defend Peter G. Levine to the death. There is NO difference where in the brain your stroke occurred. It’s all brain damage. Saying this lobe, that lobe – NO. Neuroplasticity doesn’t discriminate based on what lobe was damaged. As Peter says in the post I have linked, the same rules apply to strokes in the cerebellum.
Stronger After Stroke: Your Roadmap to Recovery