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About sukie31

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  • Stroke Network Email
    Yes

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  • Stroke Anniversary (first stroke)
    03-31-2021

Registration Information

  • First Name
    Susan
  • State
    Rhode Island

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  1. Becky, thanks so much for the advice. I really appreciate it! I will definitely get him as much rehab as I can. Thank you!
  2. I like that advice - remember it's is a journey and a marathon, not a sprint and take time to celebrate the small wins. Thanks so much! Susan
  3. I am new to the board. My husband had a stroke on 3/31/21 when he was on a solo trip 200 miles away from where we live. He was brought to an area hospital on 4/1, then moved to another hospital that's about 150 miles from where we live that was more equipped to help stroke survivors. He is now in an acute inpatient rehab. His stroke was an MCA on the right side of his brain and it affected a substantial area. He has little to no movement on his left side right now. His speech has been affected, but continues to improve every day. He has some short-term memory issues and some issues with
  4. Hello Everyone, I am new to the board. My husband had a stroke on 3/31/21 when he was on a solo trip 200 miles away from where we live. He was brought to an area hospital on 4/1, then moved to another hospital that's about 150 miles from where we live that was more equipped to help stroke survivors. He is now in an acute inpatient rehab. His stroke was an MCA on the right side of his brain and it affected a substantial area. He has little to no movement on his left side right now. His speech has been affected, but continues to improve every day. He has some short-term memory