Co-Stroke Survivor ~It was past suppertime and Murray didn’t ‘feel right’. Despite passing Enid’s tests (tongue straight out; raise legs and arms, and so on) he couldn’t follow the TV program and thought the single proffered glass of water was in fact two glasses. Negotiating the stairs to change clothes was a nightmare and he thankfully elected not to drive to the ER at St Joseph’s. From there, the couple proceeded by ambulance to the ER at Mercy Hospital where Enid slept for two nights ...
VIRGINIA M. WERNER
MS. SENIOR INTERCONTINENTAL
When I started to really think back about the sequence of events prior to having a stroke and if I had any warning signs that, I remembered that there was something odd happening. I was unemployed at the time and hitting the gym or going out for walks on a regular basis. I recall now that for perhaps a few days before the event I felt somewhat light-headed and out of breath after the exercise. Always having been very healthy.......
Nancy Magrini Cavallone -
December 6, 2005, Nancy didn't know it but her life was about to change. She had woken up early to go to the bathroom. Half asleep, she noticed that her left arm was numb and tingling.
Debra Holly, Stroke Survivor ... who was on vacation when the stroke occurred. Hear her amazing story, the quick response received in rushing to the hospital and learn about her talented singing background and how she is giving back to our communities.
Michael Angelo - Stroke Survivor -
About the Author and Stroke Recovery Foundation Founder
Bob Mandell’s dedication to helping others stricken by stroke has led to a new career path as author, stroke survivor coach, public speaker and founder of The Stroke Recovery Foundation, a 501c3.
In his prior life, he was a corporate marketing executive, partner in an international management consulting firm, an adjunct professor of Marketing at Fairfield University, and an entrepreneur in the telecommunications field.