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Brain Attack | More Detail
Polly Perez was a nurse and lecturer about healthcare for 35 years. She found herself on the other side of the system when she suffered a stroke. Follow the author as she navigates a new road with all of its bumps and curves that were caused by a stroke that affected her very essence of life as a public speaker.

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One-Handed in a Two-Handed World | More Detail
Your guide to managing single-handedly written by one who has: "Been there, Done that."

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The Stroke Recovery Book: | More Detail
In clear language, Dr. Burkman helps readers understand the various kinds of strokes and how they can affect body functioning, including thinking and emotions. He also lays out detailed information about rehabilitation.

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After a Stroke: A Support Book | More Detail
This entry in North Atlantic's Family Health Series is a guide to the causes and consequences of a stroke. It outlines a systematic plan to help restore normal living developed by health care professionals active in Australia stroke support groups.

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When Someone You Love Has a Stroke | More Detail
This book is very helpful to the ordinary person dealing with a stroke, written for the non-medical lay person. It has a great deal of useful information that can be understood; but with enough specific terms that you can communicate with the medical team.

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Living With Stroke:A Guide for Families | More Detail
Offers caregivers of stroke patients extensive information on understanding, treating, and recovering from this debilitating condition. Expert advice covers topics from physical rehabilitation to emotional issues, providing help and hope for the millions whose lives are touched by stroke.

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My Year Off | More Detail
Robert McCrum suffered a severe stroke at the age of 42. His thoughtful memoir chronicles the long, arduous process of recovery

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Return to Ithaca: A Woman's Triumph | More Detail
Supported by all who knew her,Barbara embarked on a profound journey of rehabilitation and self-discovery

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Cracking Up: Nice Day for a Brain Hemorrhage | More Detail
A sensitive, touching and stylishly written account of the author's life being turned upside down by this most shocking of all illnesses, stroke, and his achievements in the long haul back to life.

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Body Awareness As Healing Therapy: | More Detail
Feldenkrais uses rational and intuitive approaches to help his student relearn basic motor skills.

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The Diving Bell and the Butterfly: | More Detail
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly is a translation of the French memoir Le scaphandre et le papillon by journalist Jean-Dominique Bauby. It describes what his life is like after suffering a massive stroke that left him with a condition called Locked-In.

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Look Up for Yes | More Detail
A true story of unbelievable courage and persistence, Look Up for Yes charts Tavalaro's journey since she woke from a coma

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Slow Dance: Story of Stroke, Love... | More Detail
The riveting account of the author's catastrophic stroke, the friends and family who rallied round, the health care system that both helped & hindered and her incredible road back to a full and active life.

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Recovering at Home After a Stroke: | More Detail
This book gives you practical checklists and guidelines to make sure you get everything you need before you go home; and everything you need when you get there. Extremely helpful.

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The Enabling Garden: Creating Barrier... | More Detail
Rothert's concept of barrier-free gardening is directed at older gardeners and people with disabilities. He brings considerable expertise to bear on the subject as a horticultural therapist who manages the Chicago Botanic Garden's "Learning Garden for the Disabled" program. A basic checklist helps to assess abilities, then sound advice is offered for selecting tools, materials for pathways, and plants.

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A Stroke of Genius: Messages of Hope | More Detail
This is a story about the recovery of a man who was declared 100% disabled by a stroke and is now leading a happy and productive life. It will captivate you with its emotional sensitivity and humorous personal anecdotes.

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Locked In, Locked Out | More Detail
Our own staff expert's inspiring path to stroke recovery.

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Striking Back at Stroke: | More Detail
"'Striking Back at Stroke' by Cleo Hutton and Louis R Caplan, MD is an unusual book about stroke. Most publications cover either the stroke survivor's story or a medical explanation of stroke. The book combines the two. The first part of each chapter is from Hutton's diary. Through it we are able to learn the survivor's perspective. The second section is Dr Caplan's medical explanation.” - L. Wisman

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Your Mother Has Suffered a Slight Stroke | More Detail
This is a touching, personal story of Kathy and her brother. They found that the more their mother needed them; the more they needed each other.

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Testimony of Faith | More Detail
Christine's book covers a story of passion and hope, where faith in God is found to be her strongest pillar.

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I'd Like To Return This Gift | More Detail
Perry has experienced something in life that many will never have the chance to relay. He writes so eloquently about trusting the Lord and building his own faith that you can't help but take that to heart. A must read for all stroke survivors and their caregivers. A very inspiring book for any ongoing through a adverse time .and needs a boost in their faith.

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Brain Attack - A Unique Collection... | More Detail
A Unique Collection of Creative Writing about Stroke Recovery

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Stroke of Midnight: A Brain Attack | More Detail
Using anecdotal approach, the author recounts the night when the stroke hit, and the subsequent events that followed.

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Paralyzed but not Powerless | More Detail
Kate's Journey is a touching story of a woman's survival and recovery from a double brain-stem stroke

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A Change of Plans: | More Detail
Women’s Stories of Hemorrhagic Stroke is a collection of eleven narratives by women who experienced hemorrhagic strokes before the age of 50

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My Stroke of Insight | More Detail
In My Stroke of Insight: A Brain Scientist's Personal Journey Taylor shares her unique perspective on the brain and its capacity for recovery, and the sense of omniscient understanding she gained from this unusual and inspiring voyage out of the abyss of a wounded brain.

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Taking Charge of Your Stroke Recovery: | More Detail
This innovative workbook presents clear, simple and effective practical recovery plans that help stroke survivors recover from the most common stroke disabilities and become capable and active again. Weekly and daily worksheets enable you to track your progress for 3 months.

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How to Conquer the World With One Hand... | More Detail
This is the story of young man's recovery from a devastating stroke, taking the reader on a journey far beyond the typical "survivor" story, into the depths of a young man’s feelings, and across ten years of physical and emotional challenges living with disabilities

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The Comfort of Home for Stroke: A Guide | More Detail
This complete guide helps caregivers, family members, and stroke survivors understand the day-to-day issues faced by care providers. It guides readers through every stage of care, from explaining different kinds of strokes to understanding personality changes brought on by the illness.

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Out of the Darkness and into the Light | More Detail
Ruth suffered a brain stem bleed and subsequent stroke in November of 2001. Expected to die within the first 24 hours she battled back and lived. It took years after the stroke for her to discover the answers that would end her suffering with "disabilities" and restore the person she once was. Follow Ruth as she journeys out of the darkness of the stroke.

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Conquering Stroke: How I Fought My Way Back | More Detail
This practical and inspiring book combines solid prescriptive advice.

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After a Stroke: 300 Tips | More Detail
After a Stroke concentrates on the home recovery process, assisting patients and their families in the transition from patient back to person.

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Stronger After Stroke: | More Detail
Stronger After Stroke puts the power of recovery in the reader’s hands by providing easy instructions.

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Life After Stroke: The Guide to Recovering | More Detail
This book may help you navigate the sometimes confusing corridors of medicine to empower you to take control of your health or that of your loved one.

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After Stroke: Enhancing Quality of Life | More Detail
After Stroke: Enhancing Quality of Life brings together an extraordinary selection of advice, practical survivor techniques, information about resources,

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Never Give Up: My Stroke, My Recovery, | More Detail
Bruschi's story will appeal to both football fans and those affected by strokes. Of course, Bruschi's story is an open-ended book. His goal was to tell his story, and raise awareness about the warning signs of strokes. Much like his comeback, Bruschi succeeds on both counts.

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Stroke and the Family: A New Guide | More Detail
A comprehensive guide to stroke for patients and their families. It covers all the basics of stroke care, from prevention to returning home from hospital through rehab. Dr. Stein's book will be a 'must' for families and patients living with the after effects of stroke. The writing is clear and easy to understand, and the information-packed text uses patient vignettes skillfully to illustrate very important issues in an engaging and humane manner.

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Stroke For Dummies | More Detail
Have questions and concerns about strokes? This reassuring guide provides invaluable information for stroke victims and their loved ones, from what a stroke is and what it feels like to proven treatments and therapies.

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My Grandpa Had a Stroke | More Detail
My Grandpa Had a Stroke provides age-appropriate explanations of a stroke, its short and long-term consequences and its treatment, including rehabilitation.

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The Stroke Book: | More Detail
The Stroke Book: A Guide to Life for Survivors and Those Who Care for Them is an indispensable guide for victims of stroke and their caregivers

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 12, No 2 | More Detail
Speak No Evil: Improving Health,,The Juggling Caregiver: Happy Heart Day,, Book Review : "Who's in charge?   Free Will and the Science of the Brain" , News Review: Young Blood Rejuvenates, Member Stories

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How To Prevent Falls | More Detail
Designed to teach how to prevent falls and avoid potentially devastating injuries, while increasing energy and maintaining independence through a series of safe, easy and fun to do balance exercise activities.

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Walkaide Support Groups 101 Fuel for the Journey Reflections of a Survivor Speak No Evil Wanted: Good Listeners Member Story

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Creative Writing Issue A Conversation with My Old Self Bare, The Pinecone and the Snowflake, Three Poems By Linda J. Nudel, Two Poems By Jan Tawakalna, You're an Inspiration to Me, Sleep Walking, The F Word, Stroke Survivor's Prayer

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Stem Cell Therapy and Stroke, Book Review, Fuel for the Journey, Reflections of a Survivor, Speak No Evil

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Organization Highlights:Report on the Shrimp and Bullroast including pictures. Announcement of Stroke Network Facebook page Fuel for the Journey: Trusting Yourself Newsfeed Review: Stroke News , The Juggling Caregiver: Embarking on a New Career , Speak No Evil: Emotions and Stroke , Myomo, A Robotic Assistive Device: New Stroke Rehabilitation Technology, FDA Approves Botox for Spasicity, Member Stories: Leah Fileman

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Fuel for the Journey: Keeping Hope Alive, Newsfeed Review: Stroke News, The Juggling Caregiver: Changing Seasons -- Changing Lives, Speak No Evil: Working After Stroke, Tribute to Two Wonderful Ladies , Support Developing Technologies: Creating a 'market' for new stroke related technologies, Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber: Free Seminar Notice Member Stories: Walt Kilcullen

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Stroke Awareness options, Facebook and Twitter invites and links, Fuel for the Journey, Newsfeed Review, The Juggling Caregiver, Speak No Evil, Book Review - Our Unique Journeys, The Gift from my Grandpop, Member Stories: Lenny Harrison Update

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Newsfeed Administrator Position Open, Message Board upgrades, Fuel for the Journey: Energy Management, Newsfeed Review: Stroke News, The Juggling Caregiver: Travelin' Time, Speak No Evil: Stroke Changes Lives, Book Review:-The Lonely Patient: How We Experience Illness by Dr. Michael Stein, Primary Stroke Centers: Is There One Close to You?

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 10, No 8 | More Detail
New Message Board features, Stroke Network Toolbar, Staff Changes, Annual Golf Tournament fundraiser; Fuel for the Journey: What No One Sees , Newsfeed Review: Stroke News, The Juggling Caregiver: Our L-O-N-G Conversation, Speak No Evil: New Career, Book Review: Living With Stroke: A Guide for Families By Richard R Senelick, MD Peter Rossi, MD and Karla Dougherty, Member Stories: John Griffiths

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Stroke and Obesity, Fuel for the Journey: Moving On Part I. The Seat of Envy, Newsfeed Review: Stroke News., The Juggling Caregiver: The Champion Napper, Speak No Evil: Romance and Aphasia, Peer Counselor Program for Stroke Survivors: Helping Fellow Survivors on their Journey to Recovery

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The Strange Phenomenon of Spatial Neglect, Fuel for the Journey: Moving On Part II. Putting the Past in the Past, Newsfeed Review: Stroke News, The Juggling Caregiver: Nap Survival 101, Speak No Evil: Letter to my Children, Member Stories: Shari Bookstaff

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The Exceptional Therapist, Reducing the Risk of Stroke after TIA: What can one do? Fuel for the Journey: Mending Our Broken Pieces , Newsfeed Review: Stroke News, The Juggling Caregiver: The "Discriminating Eater", Speak No Evil: Stroke Conference,

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Neuroplasticity and Electrical Stimulation , Fuel for the Journey: Connecting the Dots, Newsfeed Review: Stroke News , The Juggling Caregiver: 'Tis the Season , Speak No Evil: Giving Thanks, A Christmas Story , International Day of Persons with Disabilities, Member Stories

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 11, No 1 | More Detail
Organization Highlights: accomplishments of The Stroke Network in 2010, How Stroke Affects Vision, A Support Group: Like a Family, Fuel for the Journey, Stroke News The Juggling Caregiver, Speak No Evil

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Organization Highlights, Stroke and Spasiticy Treatments, Caregiver Reflections, Fuel for the Journey, Newsfeed Review, The Juggling Caregiver , Speak No Evil, Member Stories

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Demystifying the Brain, Friends: Where Did They Go What to do?, Fuel for the Journey Social Skills, Newsfeed Review Stroke News The Juggling Caregiver, Speak No Evil, Planning a Local Event, Member Stories

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 11, No 4 | More Detail
Layman's Guide: CT and MRI Technologies By David Wasielewski, Caregiver Reflections By Rick Griffith,  Newsfeed Review Stroke News By Shari Bookstaff The Juggling Caregiver: By Claudia Warner, Speak No Evil: By Erin and JJ Robertson

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 11, No 5 | More Detail
Brainstem Stroke, Risks for Stroke, Imagining Stroke Rehab, Newsfeed Review, The Juggling Caregiver, Speak No Evil, Gardening in your Post Stroke World

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Gardening in your Post Stroke World: Part II, ,Movie Review: The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, Newsfeed Review: Mental Imagery, The Juggling Caregiver: Summer Fun, Speak No Evil: Understanding Your Stroke, Caregiver Reflections: Don't Go it Alone

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 11, No 7 | More Detail
Alexia: Losing the Ability to Read After a Stroke, Say Yes to Stroke, News Review: New Brain Neurons, The Juggling Caregiver: Summer Fun, Speak No Evil: Lobbying for Stroke, Member Stories: Phil Anderson

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol. 11, No 8 | More Detail
Understanding Memory Issues and Stroke, News Review: Hand and Finger Rehabilitation, The Juggling Caregiver, Speak No Evil, Book Review: "Crossing the Void--My Aphasic Journey", Member Stories

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Crossing the Void: My Aphasic Journey | More Detail
Carol Schultz suffered an aphasic stroke that left her completely without words. She could not speak, read nor write, and understood spoken words with great difficulty. Crossing the Void is the story of her courageous journey back.

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Yoga for Stroke Survivors, Transitions: News Review, The Juggling Caregiver, Speak No Evil, Member Stories: Bill Ritter. 

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A Positive Prospective: Finding a New Life after Stroke, News Review: Stimulant Possibilities in Stroke Rehab The Juggling Caregiver: Time to Get it all Together, Speak No Evil: Insuring Your Financial Future, Caregiver Reflections: Fourth Stroke Anniversary Member Stories: Lydia Acevedo-Chapman

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Fitness after Stroke, Physical Movement Therapy Device, Resilience and Stroke Rehabilitation, The Juggling Caregiver, News Review: Cholesterol, Brain Videos, Member Stories: Lyndall Maxwell

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Surviving the Holidays : Helpful Hints from a Survivor,The Juggling Caregiver: Less Stress, No Mess, Happiness!!, Speak No Evil: Gift Ideas, Towards Changing the Perception of the Disabled, News Review: Studies Highlight Brain's Resiliency To Damage, Member Stories: Beth Hanley

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The Juggling Caregiver: Caregiver Resolutions, Understanding the Patient Experience: New Ways to Advocate, Planning for Caregiving: What if the Survivor Outlives the Caregiver?, Speak No Evil: Reflection on Returning to School, News Review: Salt, Member Stories: Mark Patton.

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Rehabilitation after a Stroke: Telerehab,The Juggling Caregiver: E-Readers, Book Review: Reading in the Brain, the Science and Evolution of a Human InventionBy Stanislaus Dehaene, Speak No Evil: Role Reversal, News Review: Gait Rehabilitation, Book Review :"Are You Ready By Philip Hanaburgh, Notice: Adapted Sailing Program New York

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 12, No 4 | More Detail
Speak No Evil: Child of a Stroke Survivor , Replacing Losses with Accomplishments :Stroke is Not All About Losses, Fifteen Years and Counting:Reflections, The Juggling Caregiver: Life with Dogs Ten Ways to Participate in The Stroke Network  Expand your Horizons! New Feature

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Tendon Transfer Surgery:Correcting Clenched Fist and Arm Paralysis and Foot Drop, Speak No Evil: Recovery Reflection, The Juggling Caregiver: The Learning Curve Continues..., Ten Ways to Limit Salt  Improve your Diet!, Member Stories

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 12, No 6 | More Detail
The Juggling Caregiver: Summertime! Enjoy the Outdoors , Dancing with Stroke An Introduction, Book Review: Beating Stroke— A Game Plan for Success, Book Review: Different Strokes: An Intimate Memoir for Stroke Survivors Families and Caregivers,T en Reasons to Garden : Get your Hands Dirty!

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The Feldenkrais Method, Transitions : Rebuilding Life Post Stroke, The Juggling Caregiver: What Was I Thinking?, Speak No Evil: Preparing for Work Post Stroke, Dancing with Stroke: Struggling with Consciousness, Staff Spotlight: Ann Rogers,

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Are You Ready? | More Detail
Philip Hanaburgh reveals his long journey back to some sort of normalcy, offering insight and helpful information along the way. Warmly written and deeply spiritual.

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 12, No 8 | More Detail
Stroke Treatment and Recovery, New Research and Technologiesi, The Juggling Caregiver, Controlling Seizures, Speak No Evil, Incorporating Alternative Medicine, Dancing with Stroke, Peer Support, Book Review: The Teaching of Talking By Mark A. Ittleman, MS.,CCC/SLP, Ten Ways; Ten Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Doctor Appointment

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A New Awareness of Disability: Advocating for Improvements in the Current Social Service System, Aggressive Behavior After a Stroke:: Why?? What to do?, The Juggling Caregiver: The Way of a Woman, Speak No Evil: J.J. Gets a Job!, Dancing with Stroke: Why Me?, Staff Spotlight: Phil Anderson

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 12, No 10 | More Detail
Adventures in Acupuncture: Does it Work?i, The Juggling Caregiver: Enjoy the Season, Speak No Evil: Negotiating the Medical Establishment, Dancing with Stroke: Driving Issues, Ten Data Points to Help Vote: Exercise your Constitutional Right, Stories of Stroke Recovery, Staff Spotlight: Kimmie Anderson 

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 12, No 11 | More Detail
Taking a Second Look at Stem Cells and Stroke, Acupuncture and Stroke Rehabilitation:Examining the Research, The Juggling Caregiver: Feasting Time Begins,Speak No Evil: Young Stroke Survivor Reflections, Dancing with Stroke: Setting Goals, Staff Spotlight: Teri Truax 

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 13, No 1 | More Detail
Chronic Headaches after a Stroke: What to do?, Acupuncture Continued... Personal Experience, The Juggling Caregiver: Happy New Year!, Top Ten Dieting Pitfalls: Start the New Year!, Dancing with Stroke: Emotional Liability

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 12, No 12 | More Detail
The Juggling Caregiver: Be a Carefree Caregiver ,  Five Ways to Make the Season Easier: Suggestions for a Simpler Post-Stroke Holiday , Developing a Skeptical Mindset: Stroke Panacea? Speak No Evil: Driving Post Stroke , Dancing with Stroke: Care Partners, Staff Spotlight: David Brenner

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 13, No 2 | More Detail
The Juggling Caregiver: Think Spring,Apps for Aphasia: Upping the Rehabilitation Ante, Speak No Evil: Hobbies, Dancing with Stroke:  Stroke Recovery Process, Staff Spotlight: Dennis Jeffries

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 13, No 3 | More Detail
Transcranial Megnetic Stimulation, The Juggling Caregiver Spring's Ahead!, More Adventures in Acupuncture: Adding Message, Exercise and Herbal teas, Speak No Evil: Sleeping and Stroke, Dancing with Stroke: Career Experience Helps Stroke Recovery, Staff Spotlight: Kelli Smith

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 13, No 4 | More Detail
Stroke Basics: What are the Types of Strokes?, The Juggling Caregiver: Goodbye Winter!? Hello Aphasia Group,  Speak No Evil: Caregiving Changes with Time, Dancing with Stroke: Overwhelmed It Gets Better with Time, Staff Spotlight: Erin and J.J. Robertson

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 13, No 5 | More Detail
New Drugs on the Horizon, The Juggling Caregiver, Dancing with Stroke, Botox and Stroke, Staff Spotlight: Lin Wisman

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 13, No 6 | More Detail
The Juggling Caregiver: By Claudia Warner, Dancing with Stroke: Falling:, By Jim Sinclair, Speak No Evil:, By J.J. Robertson, Theories of Post Stroke Psychological Adjustment By David Wasielewski, Member Story: Tony Poole

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 13, No 7 | More Detail
Reducing Sensitivities: Strategies to Reduce Noise , Light Sensitivity, and Pain after a Stroke, Speak No Evil: Top Ten Reasons Aphasia Sucks, Dancing with Stroke: Rising to Stroke Challenges, The Juggling Caregiver: Summertime! Enjoying the Outdoors, Social Adjustment after a Disability: Struggling with Change

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 13, No 8 | More Detail
The Juggling Caregiver:The Heat is On!, Speak No Evil: Writing and Aphasia, Dancing with Stroke: Optimism vs Depression , Keeping Up the Fight: Depression-An On-Going Battle, Stroke and Emotional Liability:There is Hope, Member Story: Jay Perino

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 13, No 9 | More Detail
The Value of a Stroke Mentor: What Does it Look Like?, Dancing with Stroke: Peer Support, Surviving Stroke: The Real Benefits of a Positive Attitude, Keeping Up the Fight: Enjoying the Heat of the Moment Sunshine! The Juggling Caregiver:Ten Reasons to Celebrate Stroke,A Stroke Surviving Senior's Adventure into Self-Publishing, Speak No Evil: Back to School

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 13, No 10 | More Detail
Affordable Care Act, Falls and Fear of Falling After Stroke: A Stroke Survivor Challenge, The Juggling Caregiver:, Speak No Evil, Dancing with Stroke: Therapy Creativity, Keeping Up the Fight:: Rediscovering Lost Passions and Hobbies, Staff Spotlight: Deb Theriault

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 13, No 11 | More Detail
Going Back to Work after a Stroke:, Challenges of the Social Mirror, The Juggling Caregiver, Dancing with Stroke, Keeping Up the Fight, Member Stories: Tanya Younge

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 13, No 12 | More Detail
Dancing with Stroke,  By Jim Sinclair, Book Review: Brain Injury By Walt Kilcullen, The Juggling Caregiver, Speak No Evil By Erin and J.J. Robertson, Keeping Up the Fight By Angela Hager, Winter Survival Tips: By Deb Theriault, Book Review: Stronger After Stroke: Your Road Map to Recovery By Peter G. Levine

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 14, No 1 | More Detail
Chronic Headaches after a Stroke:By Walt Kilcullen, Acupuncture Continued.By David Wasielewski, The Juggling Caregiver: By Claudia Warner, Top Ten Dieting Pitfalls: By Deb Theriault, Dancing with Stroke: Emotional Liability by Jim Sincla

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 14, No 2 | More Detail
The Juggling Caregiver By Claudia Warner, Dancing with Stroke: By Jim Sinclair, Music Therapy:By David Wasielewski, Speak No Evil: By J.J. Robertson, Survivor Speaks Out: Mike Purdy

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 14, No 3 | More Detail
Before You are Discharged from In-Patient Rehab: By Walt Kilcullen, Dancing with Stroke: By Jim Sinclair, How to Talk to a Stroke Survivor: By David Wasielewski, Book Review: From No Hope to Know Hope By Allison Moore, , Gardening - Think Spring: By Deb Theriault

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From No Hope to Know Hope | More Detail
A true story of a mother finding hope for her daughter born with cerebral palsy due to a stroke at birth.

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 14, No 4 | More Detail
Multi-Tasking: A Stroke Survivor Challenge, By Walt Kilcullen, The Juggling Caregiver, By Claudia Warner, Dancing with Stroke, By Jim Sinclair, Book Review: Out of the Darkness by Allison O'Reilly, Stroke News By Adrienne Cechura, Member Story: Kim Rion

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In Out of the Darkness, Allison O'Reilly shares her personal story of experiencing a brain stem stroke that left her in a locked-in syndrome.

StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 14, No 6 | More Detail
Finding a New Place To Be: By David Wasielewski, Summer Juggling By Claudia Warner, Aquatherapy and Visualization By Jim Sinclair, Yoga for Stroke Survivors By Walt Kilcullen,

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 14, No 7 | More Detail
Dealing with Five Disabilities After Stroke, By Walt Kilcullen, Challenges of PBA, By David Wasielewski, The Many Benefits of T'ai Chi Ch'uan and Gigong, By Deb Theriault, Dancing with Stroke By Jim Sinclair, Growing with Acceptance My Inspiration By Jeanette Davidson, Stroke News By Adrienne Cechura

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 14, No 8 | More Detail
Caregiver Appreciation Day By Walt Kilcullen, Care Partners: by Deb Theriault, Dancing with Stroke By Jim Sinclair, Growing with Acceptance By Jeanette Davidson, The Juggling Caregiver: By Claudia Warner

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 14, No 9 | More Detail
Dealing with the Five Disabilities Resulting from Stroke By Walt Kilcullen, Peer Counseling by David Wasielewski, Dancing with Stroke By Jim Sinclair, Growing with Acceptance By Jeanette Davidson, Born Again By Moses Cherrington,

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 14, No 10 | More Detail
Dancing with Stroke By Jim Sinclair, Understanding the Patient Experience By David Wasielewski We are The Stroke Network By Deb Theriault, Growing with Acceptance By Jeanette Davidson, Born Again: By Moses Cherrington, The Juggling Caregiver: By Claudia Warner

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 14, No 11 | More Detail
Adult Daycare Centers, Depression and Stroke. The Juggling Caregiver, Dancing with Stroke, Growing with Acceptance, Born Again, Member Story, Member Celebrations

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 14 No 12 | More Detail
Organization Highlights, Strategies for Surviving Stroke and Disability, Book Review, The Juggling Caregiver, Dancing with Stroke, Surviving and Thriving Through the Holidays, Member Story, Member Celebrations

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StrokeNet Newsletter, Vol 15, No 1 | More Detail
Organization Highlights, Stroke and Young Children, Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, Ten New Year’s Resolutions Worth Making, The Juggling Caregiver, Dancing with Stroke, Born Again, Member Celebrations

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 15, No 2 | More Detail
Organization Highlights, Keep Engaged With Life: A Strategy for Survivors and Caregivers, The Juggling Caregiver: Heart Health Month, Dancing With Stroke: Every Little Bit Helps, Born Again: Born Again for 2015, Member Story: Bill Jolley, Member Celebrations: Birthdays and Stroke Anniversaries

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 15, No 3 | More Detail
Organization Highlights, Social Rehabilitation After Stroke: Importance of Maintaining Social Relationships, Stem Cell Therapy: Promising Research, The Juggling Caregiver: Time to Emerge from Hibernation?, Dancing with Stroke: Stroke 3R's, Born Again: Let Me Count the Ways, Sleeping and Stroke(reprint from March 2013), Member Stories Invitation, Member Celebrations: Birthdays and Stroke Anniversaries

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 15, No 4 | More Detail
Organizational Highlights, Day to Day Survival: Tools and Tricks for the Stroke Survivor, The Juggling Caregiver: Preparing for Spring Storms, Dancing With Stroke: No Quick Fixes, Strengthening a Spastic Muscle: What's the Kerfuffle, Website Intro: Onehandcan.com, Open Newsletter Positions: Two Contributors Needed, Member Story: Jamie Coyle, Member Stories Invitation, Member Celebrations: Birthdays and Stroke Anniversaries

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 15, No 5 | More Detail
Organization Highlights, Alexia: Promising Research for Improved Reading, Importance of a Backup Plan: What Happens if Caregiver Disappears, Book Review: "Stroke: Promising Research that Could Change Your Life", The Juggling Caregiver: Renewal Time, Dancing With Stroke: Disassociation, Stroke of Luck: Using Technology to Improve Physical Fitness, Member Stories Invitation, Member Celebrations: Birthdays and Stroke Anniversaries

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 15, No 6 | More Detail
Organization Highlights, Perception Change: Stepping Back into the Community, The Juggling Caregiver: Local Support Groups, Dancing with Stroke: Left Side Deficit..In the Beginning, Stroke of Luck: Independence After a Stroke, Member Story: Ellis Graham Parker, Member Stories Invitation, Member Celebrations: Birthdays and Stroke Anniversaries

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 15, No 7 | More Detail
Organization Highlights: Welcome to Our New June Members, Aphasia: Promising Ongoing Research, The Juggling Caregiver: Mowers and Legos, Dancing With Stroke: Left Side Deficit...After Some Time, Stroke of Luck: Know the Signs Stroke Can Occur at Any Age, Member Story: Penny Wohlford, Member Story Invitation, Member Celebrations: Birthdays and Stroke Anniversaries

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 15, No 8 | More Detail
Organization Highlights: July Flew Past!, The Juggling Caregiver: From Neckties to Canes, Dancing With Stroke: Peer Support, Stroke Of Luck: Running A Business as a Stroke Survivor, Invisible Stroke Residuals I: Leftovers Nobody Wants, Book Review: I Am Still the Same, Member Stories Invitation, Member Celebrations

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 15, No 9 | More Detail
Organization Highlights: Summer's End, Staying Motivated After Stroke: Coping With Apathy, The Juggling Caregiver: It's Been 10 Years, Dancing With Stroke: Why Do you Wobble?, Stroke of Luck: Starting a New Business as a Stroke Survivor, Invisible Stroke Residuals II: Leftovers Nobody Wants, Brain Injury Book Offer: Special Offer for StrokeNet Readers, Member Stories Invitation, Member Celebrations: Birthdays and Stroke Anniversaries

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 15, No 10 | More Detail
Organization Highlights, Top Ten Reasons I Love Autumn: Cool Air Is Here, Botox and Stroke: Does It Work?, Dancing With Stroke: Mobility Issues, Stroke of Luck: Accepting Changing Social Tendencies, Book Review: "Falling Away From You" by Nicole Vinson Bingaman, Member Stories Invitation, Member Celebrations: Birthdays and Stroke Anniversaries

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 15, No 11 | More Detail
Aquatic Therapy After A Stroke: Suit Up, The Juggling Caregiver: The Season Has Changed, Time to Celebrate, Dancing with Stroke: Traveling With Mobility Issues, Stroke Of Luck: Keeping on Track, Book Review: "Learning to Float - Memoir of a Caregiving Husband" by Allan Ament, Member Story: Graham McCulloch, Member Stories Invitation, Member Celebrations: Birthdays and Stroke Anniversaries

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 15, No 12 | More Detail
Organization Highlights, "Caring for Elders: The Best Made Plans" review, A Special Holiday Present: What is the Meaning of the Holidays?, Selecting Holiday Gifts: A Top Ten List, The Juggling Caregiver: Be A Stress-Less Caregiver, Dancing with Stroke: Stroke in Perspective, Stroke of Luck: Panic Attacks, Member Stories Invitation, Member Celebrations: Birthdays and Stroke Anniversaries

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 16, No 1 | More Detail
Organization Highlights, Chiropractic Neck Manipulation: A Risk for Stroke?, Lead By Example: A Most Effective Strategy, The Juggling Caregiver: A New Year!, Dancing with Stroke: How I Became a Stroke Survivor Peer Support Volunteer, Stroke of Luck: New Year's Resolutions, At the Threshold of a New Year: Facing Fear, Ten Ways to Participate in the Stroke Network: Expand Your Horizons, Member Stories Invitation, Member Celebrations: Birthdays and Stroke Anniversaries

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Strokenet Newsletter Vol 16, No 2 | More Detail
Stroke Group Revisited: A Successful Venture, The Juggling Caregiver: You've Got Heart, Dancing With Stroke: Peer Counseling Helps the Counselor, Stroke of Luck: Leap Year - My Surgery Anniversary, Ten Dieting Pitfalls: Hang in There, Member Stories Invitation, Member Celebrations: Birthdays and Stroke Anniversaries

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 16, No 3 | More Detail
Organization Highlights, Stroke Camp: Connecting, Benefits of T'ai C'hi Ch'uan and Qigong: A Revisit, The Juggling Caregiver: Spring Fever!, Dancing With Stroke: Searching For Peer Support, Stroke Of Luck: Travel Tips, Odd Man Out (poem), Website Review: The Neuro Rehab Directory, Member Stories Invitation, Member Celebrations: Birthdays and Stroke Anniversaries

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 16, No 4 | More Detail
Organization Highlights, Post Stroke Gardening Ideas: Get Into Spring, The Juggling Caregiver: Spring Is Here, But...!, Difficult Conversations: Integrating New Survivors and Their Families, Dancing With Stroke: Quality of Life Post Stroke, Stroke of Luck: Survivor, Member Stories Invitation, Member Celebrations

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 16, No 5 | More Detail
Finding A Clinical Trial For Stroke: What Are They and Where to Look, Acupuncture Update: Adventures In Alternative Therapy, Post Stroke Gardening Ideas: Get Into Spring, Part II, The Juggling Caregiver: The Changes of Spring, Dancing With Stroke: Life in Balance, Stroke of Luck: Frontal Lobe Stroke, A Special Thank You, Member Stories Invitation, Member Celebrations: Birthdays and Stroke Anniversaries

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 16, No 6 | More Detail
Stroke Support Groups: Tips for Getting Started, Top 10 Reasons (Plus 1) to Garden: It's Good for You!!, The Juggling Caregiver: Summer Fun!, Stroke of Luck: Post Stroke Scare, Healing With Poetry: Darkness to Light, Member Stories Invitation, Member Celebrations: Birthdays and Stroke Anniversaries

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 16, No 7 | More Detail
Organization Highlights: Catching Up, Peptides: Research Underway to Limit Damage From a Stroke, Losing a Stroke Support Member: Dealing With Loss, The Juggling Caregiver: Keepin' Cool, Stroke Of Luck: Death of a Friend, Healing With Poetry: The World is a Better Place with Us In It, Survivor's Best Friend: Dogs That Help, I Want to Tell Your Story: Share With Other Members, Member Celebrations: Birthdays and Stroke Anniversaries

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 16, No 8 | More Detail
Organization Highlights: New Members, How the Brain Heals Itself: Can It Happen?, The Juggling Caregiver: Caregiver's Vacation, Stroke of Luck: Post Stroke Headaches, Healing With Poetry: Carpe Diem, Survivor's Best Friend: My Own ESA, Member Story: Virginia Garlitz, Tell Your Story!!: Member Story Invitation, Member Celebrations: Birthdays and Stroke Anniversaries

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 16, No 9 | More Detail
Organization Highlights, Benefits of Volunteering: Should you give it a go?, Managing Change: A Survival Guide for Support Groups, The Juggling Caregiver: A Rather Frantic Project, Stroke of Luck: My Beautiful Broken Brain, Healing With Poetry: A Roller Coaster, Survivor's Best Friend: Caring for the Pet Who Cares for You, On The Eve of My 10th Anniversary: Taking Inventory, Tell Your Story: Member Story Invitation, Member Celebrations: Birthdays and Stroke Anniversaries

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 16, No 10 | More Detail
Organization Highlights: New Members, Thoughts on Recovery and Sleep: Brain Trauma Experience, The Juggling Caregiver: Never, Never Give Up, Stroke of Luck: Anxiety, Healing with Poetry: Rising, Survivor's Best Friend: Sample Letter for Your ESA, Member Story: Linder Agerbak, Tell Your Story: Member Story Invitation, Member Celebrations: Birthdays and Stroke Anniversaries

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 16, No 11 | More Detail
Organization Highlights: New Members, An Update on Stem Cell Research: Limb Recovery After a Stroke, The Juggling Caregiver: Turkey Time is Coming!, Stroke of Luck: Holiday Hints, Healing with Poetry: Mosaic, Survivors Best Friend: Empathy, Member Story: Mike Purdy, Member Story Invitation, Member Celebrations: Birthdays and Stroke Anniversaries

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StrokeNet Newsletter, Vol 16, No 12 | More Detail
Remembering and Relearning: Tough Choices, Five Ways to Make the Season Easier: Suggestions for a Simpler Post-Stroke Holiday, The Juggling Caregiver: Overwhelming Holidays?, Stroke of Luck: Looking Back, Healing with Poetry: Friendship, Survivor's Best Friend: The Ones They Help, Tell Your Story: Member Story Invitation, Member Celebrations: Birthdays and Stroke Anniversaries

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 17, No 1 | More Detail
Holiday Stress: Reflecting on the Experience, The Juggling Caregiver: Here's to 2017!, Ten New Year's Resolutions Worth Making: Welcome 2017, Stroke of Luck: Focusing on the Positive, Healing with Poetry: We Are Human, Survivor's Best Friend: Seizure Dogs, Book Review: Stronger After Stroke by Peter Levine, Tell Your Story: Member Story Invitation, Member Celebrations: Birthdays and Stroke Anniversaries, The Stroke Network: Helpful Information

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 17, No 2 | More Detail
Holiday Stress: Take an Active Role in Your Recovery, The Juggling Caregiver: It's Heart Month, Stroke Of Luck: Steadfast Heart, Healing with Poetry: Memories, Survivor's Best Friend: When Can the Dog Come Along?, Member Story Invitation, Member Celebrations: Birthdays and Stroke Anniversaries, The Stroke Network: Helpful Information

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 17, No 3 | More Detail
Medications and Stroke: Take Control, Breaking the Social Mirror: Perceptions, The Juggling Caregiver: Spring Almost "Sprung", Stroke of Luck: Being Mindful, Healing With Poetry: Loses, Survivor's Best Friend: Traveling by Car with an ESA, Top 10 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Doctor Appointment: Be Organized, Tell Your Story: Member Story Invitation, Member Celebrations: Birthdays and Stroke Anniversaries, The Stroke Network: Helpful Information

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 17, No 4 | More Detail
Help the Stroke Network: Add Your Info!, Meditation 101: Give it a Go!, The Juggling Caregiver: April Showers Bring---Weeds!, Stroke of Luck: Your Life, Your Painting, Healing with Poetry: New Normal, Survivor's Best Friend: Training for an ESA, From the Archives: Turning Losses into Gains, Tell Your Story: Member Story Invitation, Member Celebrations: Birthdays and Stroke Anniversaries, The Stroke Network: Helpful Information

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 17, No 5 | More Detail
Machines and Devices to Improve Upper and Lower Limbs after a Stroke: Options Abound, Finding the Miracle: Tragedy Turned to Miracle, The Juggling Caregiver: May Day at Last! Getting Out and About, Stroke of Luck: Adventures in Gardening, Healing with Poetry: Hope, Survivor's Best Friend: Housing with an ESA, Member Stories: Angie Szymanski, Tell Your Story: Member Story Invitation, The Stroke Network: Helpful Information

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 17, No 6 | More Detail
Role of a Good Support Group: Helping Others Recover, The Juggling Caregiver: Ah, the Perfume of June!, Stroke of Luck: Pet Therapy, Healing with Poetry: Recovery, Survivor's Best Friend: When a Pet Becomes an Official ESA, Member Stories: Angela Berg Marshall, Tell Your Story!!: Member Story Invitation, The Stroke Network: Helpful Information

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 17, No 7 | More Detail
Cryptogenic Stroke and Brainstem Stroke: Not the Most Common Strokes, Caregiving Strategies: Finding the Correct Approach, The Juggling Caregiver: Crazy Days, Stroke of Luck: Volunteering, Healing with Poetry: As Good as it Gets, From the Archives: Ten Terrific Post-Stroke Organizing Ideas, Tell Your Story: Member Story Invitation, The Stroke Network: Helpful Information

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 17, No 8 | More Detail
Patience and Recovery: Coming to Terms With Stroke, The Juggling Caregiver: Keep Your Cool, Stroke of Luck: Adventures with Essential Oils, Healing with Poetry: Self-Preservation, Survivor's Best Friend: Anxiety and an ESA, Disability Benefits Website: Info That May Help, Member Story: Ron Wolfe, Tell Your Story: Member Story Invitation, The Stroke Network: Helpful Information

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 17 No 9 | More Detail
An Update on Aphasia Research: Methods That Work, Recovery Does Not End: Moving From Traditional to Self-Created Therapy, Did You Know?: The Stroke Network is One Terrific Organization, The Juggling Caregiver: I'm Juggling as Fast as I Can..., Stroke of Luck: My Stroke Story, Healing With Poetry: Small Victories, Tell Your Story!: Member Story Invitation, The Stroke Network: Helpful Information

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 17, No 10 | More Detail
The Juggling Caregiver: Fall Celebration! It's Been 12 Years, Stroke of Luck: Milestone, Healing with Poetry: Happiness, From the Archives: Riding Horses for Therapy, Member Story: Karen Sprague, Tell Your Story: Member Story Invitation, The Stroke Network: Helpful Information

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StrokeNet Newsletter Vol 17, No 11 | More Detail
Constraint Induced Movement Therapy: Success Stories, Quality of Life After Stroke: Post Stroke Exercise, What I've Learned: Member Stories, The Juggling Caregiver: Feasting Time Begins!, Stroke of Luck: Being at Peace, Healing With Poetry: Journey, Tell Your Story!!: Member Story Invitation, The Stroke Network: Helpful Information

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