STROKE AFTER STROKE'S
COMMITMENT . . . TO SUPPORT
STROKE SURVIVORS & FAMILY CAREGIVERS
After a stroke survivor comes home from the hospital, they
have a long hard road ahead of themselves. They need
self-commitment after a stroke. They need after stroke
support. . .to help with after stroke commitment. There are
so many obstacles that they must overcome!
Speech problems are a common one. Aphasia Speech puts
a real damper on one's communication and if they've been
told they will not speak again, or they are unable to progress
any further. . .hope is taken away. Commitment after stroke
will help you with your challenges and living after stroke.
The same thing goes for walking, if there is paralysis that
has taken hold. Some stroke victims are sent home in a
wheelchair with the belief that they'll never walk again.
Some stroke victims lose their ability to read or write and
sometimes both. Again, they may have been told it will
never happen. There are times that vision is affected
from a stroke. Your eyes being sensitive to light can be
painful. You may get headaches from trying to read or
just by regular light. After stroke living has brought you
a new life.
After a stroke, commitment to oneself is the biggest
investment you can give yourself. This commitment to
overcome these disabilities is ongoing from the start of the
stroke and possibly, for many years after the stroke. You are
commiting to a whole new life . . . one you have never known
before . . . one that is nothing like the life you led.
Stroke After Stroke is commited to continually being here to
help support you. Please feel free and at ease to post your
story . . . talk about your feelings . . . speak of your progress . . .
or non-progress. Join our facebook team and help support
Laugh . . . joke . . . scream or cry! Do whatever is needed . . . just
don't ever give up. Commit yourself to stroking forward and
please don't hesitate to get in touch with me. I'm here to help
you! This is my commitment to you . . . so HELP ME . . . HELP YOU!
. . . TELL ME WHAT I DO NOT KNOW . . .
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