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Brenda Biggs gets one day a week to herself. She has one day to catch a breath from her part-time job as a grant writer for a local city government, an active social life and being the caregiver for her partner, John, who has cerebral palsy. Despite the chaos, Brenda says she wouldn’t have it […]

Aphasia is a challenging condition that can take months, or even years. Unfortunately, many patients can find that their insurance coverage has run out before they are fully on the mend. This can be very frustrating, since patients can find that help ends just when they have begun making big strides in their recovery. Private […]

Children who are victims of medical malpractice often suffer significant injury or death during the birthing process. Some medical negligence cases involving children include Cerebral Palsy, Erb’s Palsy, and Shoulder Dystocia. Many times the negligence goes unreported due to the parents’ unawareness and/or because the child’s injuries are less than catastrophic. Our goal is to […]

With an anticipated career growth of 19% by 2022, counseling is quickly becoming a top choice for many students looking to enter a rapidly growing industry. We want to ensure students are connected to opportunities in this industry, which is why we’ve created an in-depth guide to degrees and careers in counseling. Read More

Support Showcase is their American Heart/Stroke Association’s new department highlighting the good work being done by stroke support groups from around the nation. If you are part of a successful support group that should be considered being featured, let them know! To find a support group near you, try the American Stroke Association’s Support Group […]

4 Rock Solid Examples To Improve Your Lively Content Today Groggy and a little bit bored several days ago, I was surfing the Internet, looking for more insightful and intriguing articles that, maybe, eventually, will grab an idea or insight that I can seize, mold and write about for upcoming posts. You know, the unspecified […]

5 Ways Nutrition Can Help Prevent Stroke: Most strokes are due to a lack of oxygen to the vascular system in the brain due to a blockage. To lower your risk of blocked arteries and stroke, here are five ways nutrition can support your body: Read Article

In the United States, anxiety and depression are the two most common mental conditions, but for caregivers, stress levels can be far more pronounced since often, the amount of hours and the demands imposed by caring in itself, can lead to self-neglect and fatigue. According to the 2015 report Caregiving in the U.S., approximately 43.5 […]

Nearly 11 years ago Dan Zimmerman was sipping coffee on a relaxing day just after Thanksgiving when suddenly the screaming sound of an ambulance’s siren hurt his ears as he was rushed to a hospital following a stroke. “It was devastating. My life changed in a second,” said Zimmerman of Phoenix. “I had no movement […]

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P300 Communications is a company dedicated to supporting disabled people with their communication needs. Our mission is to offer a variety of lightweight, transparent eye-gaze boards for use in hospitals, rehabilitation centers or home care use.At P300 Communications, we create durable, transparent letter and symbol boards. Each board is designed to meet the particular needs […]