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Belinda H
A Survivor

It was Friday the 23rd of October 2015. It had been the end of a great afternoon with friends, playing in the park with my children and eating icream. When we got home we hung Halloween decrorations in the yard. It was 6.30pm on a Friday night and I was standing in the kitchen, my four children running around excited...

Cecil W
A Survivor

Hi, my name is Cecil Watson, I come from a small town in Indiana and I'm 34 years old. When I was 5, in 1988, I was at my aunt's house with my mom and brothers.

Chloe B
A Survivor

It all started on first of October, I came home from work as usual and was just about to go to Joes (my boyfriend's), when I put my dressing gown on and lost the whole sensation of my right ar

Brandy K
A Survivor

I had my stroke when I was 39 and am still recovering by the grace of God

It  is a long road I am beliveing in God.

The only thing I am unable to do as of yet is drive and cook.

Rachel G
A Survivor

Some may know my story, some may not, but this past year has been a journey and a learning experience to say the least.

Deanna C
Other

My name is Deanna Coopersmith-Marquez and I am the President of the non-profit organization, The Scott Coopersmith Stroke Awareness Foundation, created in honor of my late husband, Scott.  On the n

Marilyn C
A Survivor

I had my stroke almost one year ago. I had just gone to bed after working 16 hours at the nursing home where I'm the weekend supervisor. Shortly after going to bed my right hand started tingling.

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