Hi Lisa. I am doing much better than a year ago. It was 1 year ago this week I went to the brain clinic for 2 intensive weeks of therapy. One of the things that had to happen and has occurred as of late is my acceptance of the current state I am in. I cannot change my reality but can respond well to do.
With respect to your question, I have a small balance beam that sits on the floor and I use it daily. I walk in a sort of slow march (opposite pointer finger forward with opposite knee rising) forwards a couple of times. Backwards a couple of times. I also do a side walk (like in a karaoke shuffle) slowly. I repeat all of this with my eyes closed as well. The key is not perfection, but rather progress. I go slow.
I also continue to do eye exercises with colored sticker dots in a cross pattern and in a diagonal pattern. My problem is my left eye stopped moving in conjunction with my right so I follow the up to the right and down to the left pattern. In recent research I have found quite a bit of info discussing eye sight as a major key to repairing the brain functions. This seems to be accurate in my case.
I also do balance exercises on a bosu ball. Sometimes on the flat side and sometimes on the rounded side. It depends on how the brain is feeling and functioning at that time.
However, I am always up for learning new routines.