Aphasia Will Not Be Silent
Thoughts about life after stroke and brain trauma written by people with aphasia.
The biggest thing that works for me is helping other new friends that are also survivors. Now after six years from my stroke I now have become a Stroke Survivor Coach.
I rented an RV with room for my dog and me, sleeping and toilet and kitchen.
Wouldn't it be nice to be able to walk on the beach without a person holding your hand down to the ocean? Well, I found a solution. It's called Sandpad for people with a disability or a person with crutches.
Survivors that live life after having strokes. It is amazing to understand and learn how life changes after a stroke. Recovery is how it works.
It happened 10 years ago. My wife believed in me. She showed up to Bethesda, MD. She told me that I would make it. She flew from Seattle, Washington to Ronald Reagan Airport in D.C. She got there in the morning of Monday July 9, 2007.
I give back to the Center by volunteering one day a week. I have volunteered for many years and I truly enjoy having a purpose in life.
24 hours to do it again this year. It happens on June 8, 2017 this year. The Do More 24 started in D.C. For 5 years they help charities make money.
My name is Randy Kernus. I was the Stroke Survivor Coach Team Lead. This race was for the National Stroke Association. The race was in Washington DC., on April 22, 2017.
I had a stroke 11+ years ago and have PBA. It makes my mood happy, even when it shouldn’t. TV news shows dead people; I am sorry, but I still smile.
So this made flying very good, then bad. On St. Patrick Day, Patty, my nephew Austin, and I flew to Sarasota, FL. I had called the TSA two weeks before and gave them my information. I told them my VetDog (WILSON) was coming.