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Since November last year, I’ve been working closely  with the charity Devices 4 Dignity to conceptualise, plan and deliver a unique patient-led event to better understand patients unmet needs, who are living with long term conditions and it got me thinking. 450 more words

Pereidolia: Do you see that face in the clouds?

Death resided in one of the three latex glove boxes on the wall  just inside the door to my ICU room.

I called him Hannity. 374 more words

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Just Not Feelin' It

There are lots of days when I’m just not feelin’ it…whatever “it” may be. Miss Hannah and I started a Bible Study together several weeks ago. 451 more words

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Still Plugging Away


I’m still plugging away on recovering. At home, when I’m not working with Ricky, I’ve been working on my left ear hearing/processing. I’m trying to learn how to play the keyboard. 489 more words


"Why Don't People Write More Poetry?"

That’s the question my friend G. asked me today. She’s just a few years older than me and has had a dozen strokes; the doctors don’t know why. 306 more words

Plymouth Life Centre supports stroke survivors in their recovery

Source: Stroke association

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Date of publication: 14th April 2015

Publication type: News

In a nutshell:

Plymouth Life Centre has given 20 Swim Vouchers to the Stroke Association to help stroke survivors with their recovery and partake in swimming, which is a very good form of exercise. 104 more words


Canadian man 10 years out from a stroke recovers lost body functions in 7 days time!

Photo – Truro Daily News (2013)

Dan Huntley is an outgoing chap who had a stroke almost 10 years ago that left him paralyzed on his left side and which in-a-sense turned his world upside down. 630 more words