I do not claim to be an expert, but living with stroke since 1990 has taught me many things about alifea. I hope that as you read this book you will share some of my findings and perhaps gain the understanding that there is life following a stroke. People have inspired me in ways that made me realize that no one has to face any crucial medical emergency alone. Many stories of their adventures have shown me how to guide my own life through the ups and downs of a daily routine. It is my desire that one can understand my situations in a way so as to help them deal with the problems they may face or are facing. I remind you that these are only my opinions or circumstances; each individual situation varies, but in the resolution of any problem, the methods from many sources may help. I only hope some comfort and knowledge may be gained from my walk through life.Do. Making. Do. One of the hardest things for me to relearn was driving a car. One of my favorite activities was ... You see, while I was concentrating on recovery, my drivera#39;s license had expired. ... When time came to renew them, I had to endure several medical tests that needed to be certified plus a trip to a licensed optometrist. ... Every ten years or so, the North Carolina Department of 65 Making Do 6 3 5.
|Title||:||After the Stroke of Midnight|
|Author||:||Robert F. Smith|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2011-05-23|