Thanks for writing. Without being able to see your plant, it's tough to say much without being able to see it in person. I'd start by pruning out any dead or broken branches. Do that now, before new growth starts.
Other than that, be sure the rose is in a spot that sees full sun. You might spread an inch or two of compost over the soil around your plant. Other than that, be sure to keep it watered during times of drought. You may not need to do anything else to help it get going again this year.
---Justin, Senior Garden Editor, BHG.com
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