As the year ends I would be remiss if I didn’t thank you all for visiting my blog over the past year. I wish you success and the best of health this new year. Happy New Year from Know-Stroke.org !!
How Do You Turn a Bad Situation into an Inspirational Message? “Stroke Recovery is not easy, but as Jamie Coyle and her friend Tedy Bruschi will say, you have to start by adopting an attitude to “Never Give Up”! – DP Dansereau, Know-Stroke.org As a physical therapist one of my most important tasks is […]
Quick Reminder from the National Stroke Association: Webinar: Advocacy 101 and Introducing the Stroke Advocacy Network Thursday, December 9, 2010 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM EST Register
According to Patriots.com The New England Patriots will honor former linebacker Tedy Bruschi in a special halftime ceremony during tonight’s game against the New York Jets. Beyond his impressive numbers on the field and becoming an all time New England fan favorite, his peers and other stroke survivors look at Tedy with inspiration for his […]
The American Heart Association (AHA) has created a simple way for you to know where you stand on the road to good health through seven steps all of us need to live healthy. I’ve tested this easy web assessment tool recently and am sharing my report below because I believe it is one of several […]
The National Stroke Association recently announced it now has a redesigned website at www.stroke.org. If you get a moment check out their brand-new stroke education site and watch the video recorded by their CEO, Jim Baranski announcing the website unveiling. I find the new website much more accessible, and there are some new ways you can get involved […]