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Aphasia will not be silent / Stroke Survivor Coach

Aphasia will not be silent / Stroke Survivor Coach Stroke and Brain Injury survivors who have aphasia. These people believe in acceptability. We work hard with our recovery. We never ever give up!!

Aphasia does talk!
08/03/2020

Aphasia does talk!

#AphasiaAwareness

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Great opportunity of using very helpful exercise classes at home.
07/19/2020

Great opportunity of using very helpful exercise classes at home.

It's here! Stroke Survivor Fitness Guide to Working out at Home after Stroke and Brain Injury. Survivor, John Dobbin demonstrates basic exercises that all survivors can and should do to get stronger and stay healthy. These exercises were developed in the popular Stroke Survivor Fitness classes. Download your copy: https://strokesurvivorfitness.com/purchase.php

02/17/2020
Down Up

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We are strong!!
06/28/2019

We are strong!!

05/13/2019
Core strength

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How 1 stroke survivor used music to find his voice
02/16/2019
How 1 stroke survivor used music to find his voice

How 1 stroke survivor used music to find his voice

Music was a huge part of Randy Miller’s life. Then in 2014, he suffered a stroke that took away his speech but left his comprehension intact. Through intensive therapy and by joining the Aphasia Bridge Chorus, he is able to sing and speak again.

Photos from Say Aphasia's post
01/20/2019

Photos from Say Aphasia's post

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07/26/2018

Timeline photos

Fantastic lunch at Sears Landing. Please don’t feed the birds!! #SurfCity

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Kia Ora from New Zealand. I’ve just added the latest post ‘2020 - less guessing, more thinking’ to the blog following my wife Amanda’s ongoing stroke recovery journey.
this is good for lots of different people. I think we need a national campaign to resurrect storytelling. What do you think? Posted by Pam
Kia ora from New Zealand! I’ve just added the latest post to my blog which follows my wife’s ongoing stroke recovery.
Is there such a thing as an window sticker to notify police that we talk differently and are not just drunk?
Hi, I’m looking for answers for my son. He is 11 and has always had some language issues. He swaps words, for example month and year. He comes off like he’s dumb but he’s smart. He understands but has difficulty conveying his thoughts and it varies day to day. When he was a baby he had an episode. I called an ambulance but he was or seemed fine by the time they got there. Could it have been a stroke and we just didn’t know? He’s been like this since he was a baby. I remember thinking that he was very unexpressive as a baby, compared to my older child. any advice?
Hi I'm new to the page. Would love an aphasia braclet.. how much are they?
My name is Delanie Stephenson and I suffered a massive brain stem stroke at the age of 33 in 2012. I wrote a book about my stroke journey, The Calm before the Storm. Let me know if you'd like more information. Private messages are fine.
Evening everyone i have just been reading up on CBD oils for va**ng, that say they help with anxiety and chronic pain, has anyone had any experience with this as would love to know if the reviews are correct. Thankyou all, have a safe and healthy night.
Inspiring TEDx talk. Kati had a stroke in 1995 and has been paralyzed since, not able to move, not even able to talk. She suffers from a condition called Locked-In Syndrome. Hear what she has to say about living a meaningful life in spite of being almost completely paralyzed. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eB1rgvwQ_T8