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SS Cover September/October 2007

Stroke Smart Magazine


September/October 2007
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FEATURES


The Story of a Teenage Stroke Survivor

After a stroke at age 9, Danielle had to go through her teenage years as a stroke survivor. Here's how she developed strength and confidence in a world that defines success in very narrow terms.


A New Goal for Kyle

At 17, Kyle's career goal was to play basketball. But now, five years after his surprising stroke during a high school game, he has a new goal: coaching. He shares his story.


DEPARTMENTS


Amazing Brain

Is the child's brain any different when it comes to stroke recovery?


Prevention

Kids are teaching people how to prevent strokes.


Mobility

These tips will help teenagers drive again.


Nutrition

Children need a different nutritional plan to manage their health after stroke.


Caregiver’s Corner

These programs can connect you to other parents who know what you're going through.


Rehab / Recovery

With adaptive sports, you can get back in the game.


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News You Can Use


Gear & Gadgets


Champion of Hope


What’s Going On


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