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We live in a two-handed world. Following a stroke or limb injury the transition from managing life with two hands to surviving with one can seem almost impossible. This handbook provides step-by-step instructions for practical everyday life tasks and recreational activities. The easy tools provided are simple to implement with the primary aim to live […]

As described on Amazon: At the age of thirty-three, Delanie Stephenson was enjoying life with her husband, two kids, and a teaching job she loved. Blessings abounded, and Delanie thanked God for each one. But it only took a single instant to change it all. A terrible headache struck her on June 6, 2012, and […]

As noted by Amazon: Katie, a six-year-old girl, loved her life. She had everything she needed: a house in the country with pets, a devoted family, and a fun-loving mom who would do anything for her. Katie had no worries. But, unexpectedly near the end of her kindergarten school year, her mother suffered a life-altering […]

As noted on Amazon: This book tells a story and shares insights about the author’s recovery from a devastating stroke. He cleverly weaves his story and his insights into a compelling narrative about a challenging journey toward recovery. It speaks to the stroke patient on a personal and experiential level that resonates with the reader. […]

Assistive Technology in Special Education, by Joan Green, M.A. CCC-SLP If you have a desire to learn about affordable technologies and would like help determining what resources can be used to help children experience greater success and independence, please read on. This updated guide provides information for families, teachers, and therapists who would like to […]

Learn more about living with aphasia from those who have walked the journey before you plus gain insight from professionals. Find out how to optimize your recovery as you adapt to aphasia and discover many valuable resources to guide you on your way. Aphasia Recovery Connection’s (ARC) Guide to Living with Aphasia is a companion […]

Stroke This follow-up book is divided into three sections. The first “Promising Research” covers current ongoing research including Stem Cell Research and Magnetic Stimulation. The second section “Problems and Solutions for Stroke Survivors” includes chapters on returning to work, Seizures and multi-tasking. The third section, “Amazing Stroike Stories” highlights high profit stroke survivors. Click Here […]

Kate Allatt’s second book reveals that her sense of humour is a vital coping mechanism when she tries to pick up the pieces of her shattered life following a major brainstem stroke. Locked-in and paralysed, Kate was deprived of all that we take for granted. Our ability to walk, talk, swallow and laugh. Everyday family […]

Can you imagine being trapped in your own body? Able to see and hear everything going on around you but unable to move or speak – the blink of an eye your only way to communicate. Super-fit young mother-of-three Kate Allatt’s life was torn apart when she became locked in her own body after suffering […]

Kate Allatt (internationally published author of ‘Running Free’ ) and Cheryl Galsworthy have written this practical book which aims to be a self-management tool for anyone affected by stroke or acquired brain injury. Their message: We hope “I Am Still The Same” will equip survivors with hands-on information to help them manage their own recoveries, […]