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About souzdal

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  • Birthday 11/18/1965
  • Age 54

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  1. souzdal

    Will try. Not finding it.
  2. souzdal

    Will try. Not finding it.
  3. souzdal

    Hey there. Would be nice to chat live if you are interested. If not, no worries. Renzo
  4. souzdal

    I would be interested in other resources. Thanks.
  5. souzdal

    They were great. I worked with Susan Watt and Stephanie Farrow. There was a stroke support group that met once a month in Mississauga but never made it out there, even when I was off for 4-5 months, should have made more of an effort. Love to chat sometime. Yonge College area here...or else no worries, will explore this group/email more.
  6. souzdal

    Thank you. Hmmm. My rehab was with Toronto rehab, near the CNIB off Bayview. Was referred to spinal cord injury ontario for a program re looking for a new job but staying put for now. Bit of a reduced workload. Not sure what else can be done...lucky it could have been worse I guess. Just use some strategies like writing everything down, audio books. Chat soon I hope. Cheers, Renzo Thanks again, Renzo
  7. souzdal

    Hey there. Thanks. Went to neuro optometrist. My glasses have yoked prism to direct my eyes to the left. Even watching the news I forget a lot of it. Could be worse Cheers.
  8. souzdal

    Hello everyone. My name is Renzo, I am 54 years old and live in Toronto, Canada. I had a stroke just over a year ago and have pretty well recovered as much as I can. Lasting effects for me are horrible short term memory and reduced vision. Pretty lucky overall. Just learning to adjust. Cheers and hope to chat more in the future. Still adjusting.
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