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2012 Issue 1
TABLE OF CONTENTS

SPECIAL EDITION - FACES OF STROKE


Faces of Stroke

Browse the many Faces of Stroke and share your own story at www.stroke.org/faces. 

Emotional Impact of Stroke

Even when physical effects diminish, stroke can have a surprising impact
on emotional wellbeing.

Teaching from Experience

After her own stroke, a physical therapist helps students recognize the danger signs.

“ I Always Knew I Was a Candidate for Stroke”

A grateful survivor counts on patience and marks her progress.

Stroke Does Not Age Discriminate

One teen’s mission: To educate young people about the signs of stroke.

Life is Different, But Good

Pursuing his passions helps one stroke survivor to never give up.

Building Hope

Survivors inspire one another through a support group.

A Vision for the Future

A young stroke survivor’s youthful energy and optimism aids his recovery.

Playing a Different Tune

Loss leads to finding a new passion.

Pet Project

When recovery is helped by a furry friend.

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