New Know-Stroke.org Members Resource


Announcing Know-Stroke.org (2.0)


David P. Dansereau,MSPT

Our new fully mobile and responsive website is now live to support new services and programs through Know-Stroke.org .  If you missed the first webinar you can still head on over there to get the rebroadcast.  That’s where I discuss goal setting and provide tools to get you started towards a better stroke recovery.  It is also where you can learn more about some of the new resources being loaded into the members area.  Here’s a view of some of them below:

know-stroke-membersScreenshot from Know-Stroke.org

Register to Enroll Free:

After you Submit Registration you will need to check your email to confirm your registration before your membership becomes active. The confirmation link in the email will redirected you to our member dashboard. Pls. check your spam if you do not receive confirmation email and whitelist david(at)know-stroke.org.

Thanks for Registering.  I look forward to hearing from you on the inside!

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New Stroke Recovery Book Release: The Luckiest Girl in the World


Local Press / New Book Release

Order Jamie’s Book now on Amazon:
The Luckiest Girl in the World: 
My Story of Struggle and Hope in Overcoming Pediatric Stroke
Details:
Released on Paperback – November 6, 2014
by Jamie Lee Coyle and Paul Lonardo

Jamie Coyle: The Luckiest Girl in the World

“Growing up, everyone would always say how lucky I was, but at the time I was not sure what they meant. I was just doing what I always loved; skating and playing ice hockey. Everything seemed to go my way, from winning virtually every raffle I entered to scoring the game-winning goal whenever my team needed it. As I got a little older, I could feel these things before they happened, as if I knew that I was going to catch the corner of the net to get the puck past the goalie as time expired. I felt like the luckiest girl in the world. Becoming an Olympian was something I thought about as far back as I could remember. By the time I was twelve, I was well on my way to living my dream. Then, on August 9, 2008 I suffered a stroke during a hockey game. No one suspected that such a thing could happen to a twelve-year old, but as the reality of pediatric stroke turned my dream into a nightmare, the journey back to skating and playing hockey again showed me just how much I could accomplish with the love and support of my family and people all around me who cared. And I came to realize that I truly was the luckiest girl in the world.”- Jamie Coyle

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