Aphasia Will Not Be Silent
Thoughts about life after stroke and brain trauma written by people with aphasia.
I am grateful for my new cab service called Uber. It gives me the freedom and independence I have definitely needed after being stuck with only two options, Metro Access and Taxi Access which have their drawbacks. Metro Access has a 30 minute window for when they should show
This year was very nice for my wife and I. We only had 6 people for dinner this year but it was quite special. Lots of food and wonderful drinks. The turkey was made in an electric fryer. It was a 13 pounder and was cooked in one hour.
I am at Chicago's Wrigley Field – small field!! I drive to University of Chicago's football field. Home of first atom chain reaction – that is not on the signs. I went to Al's Italian Beef for lunch and Girls & The Goat Restaurant for dinner. I dined …... !!!
Lets talk about it. Not only is this a great idea for survivors but it is also great for everyone. Are you a sports fan? If so, we can look at football, baseball, basketball, golf, bowling and ping pong are examples of opportunities for exercising your body and your brain. We are always working
I found a clasp on Amazon - Dsmile Pack of 12pcs Gold Color and Silver Color Magnetic Lobster Clasp for Jewelry Necklace Bracelet.
Two years later, I finally finished my project of cross-stitching a stocking of Kona. I did as I promised of working on it then putting it away from boredom then starting it again later. I think it’s a labor of love and it keeps me out of trouble.
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.