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Jodi C.
Jodi C.
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Tracey E.
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Bernard R.
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Evangeline U.


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Life doesn't turn out like you plan

Hispanics have strokes

I've tried to do this a couple of times ... let's see if I can do this.

I am hispanic and bilingual. I am fairly technical. I was 49 when I had a stroke and the source of my stroke was an AVM. I spent over 5 months in the hospital 7 years ago. My husband is my caregiver. I am going to try to add a picture of both of us. I strongly feel that caregiving is an important part of the process.

I have a wordpress site (http://evangelineuribe.wordpress.com/) which contains a monthly e-mail that I send out.

My e-mail is evangeline.uribe@gmail.com

 

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