Monday, May 12, 2008

Another survivor's story

The inspiring story posted on the Nashville Tennessean's Web site is a good read for Stroke Awareness Month.

The writer suffered a massive stroke in 1994 - at age 36 - ending his ability to speak and left him "for all intents and purposes, a quadriplegic."

He could have called it quits, but instead founded The Stroke Network, designed to provide "support and information to stroke survivors, caregivers, family members and anyone whose life has been affected by stroke." There's also a link to the StrokeNet Blog and talks about, among other developments, how the founder "developed a close and loving relationship with God."

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