• Please take a few minutes to add your testimonial of what finding the StrokeNet message board means to you.  We need as many testimonials from members as possible so that visitors will read them and want to sign-up to become a member. 

Testimonials

  1. I turned my life into a positive
    When I first came to this site back in 2009, I was angry and felt isolated because I never heard of anyone having a stroke like mine or as young either. I met some incredible members who taught me that regardless of how your stroke happened we ALL share the a similar experience and can learn from each other. The Stroke Network changed my outlook on life to be a more positive one and I couldn't have had a better support system for everyone can relate in some way. I'm very thankful that the Stroke Network is online for, in the beginning, traveling to meetings was difficult. I feel I'm a better person for all the support I was given and more confident. Thank you, Ksmith 17-04-2017
    Kelli J Smith 17-04-2017

    In Testimonials
  2. Testimonial
    StrokeNet means everything to me. I have met many stroke survivors and stroke caregivers through StrokeNet over the years. I have seen them come here all broken with their lives shattered by stroke. I have enjoyed getting to know them and watched them grow from being bitter and depressed to confident and eager to help others. StrokeNet is one of the best ways to connect with stroke survivors and stroke caregivers.
    smallory 21-03-2017

    In Testimonials
  3. This site has been my link to the outside world ever since my stroke in 1996. I was repeatedly drawn here, felt safe, and was pleasantly surprised that my questions were answered. (I would have to sign-up again and again because I'd forget my password, and was so digitally challenged I couldn't figure out how to get it.) I volunteered some time here when I could, and have 'met' some pretty special people. Steve has made StrokeNet into a wonderful place!
    Susan Marshall 03-03-2017

    In Testimonials
  4. Senior Mentor
    My strokes and stroke-related surgeries occurred a long time ago when I was 34 years old, but I have various reasons for my joy of being a member of StrokeNet. 1) Giving what I hope is good advice to other members. 2) Being in contact with all these members that I admire so much; they are very warmhearted and compassionate. 3) Learning the advances that have been made in post-stroke treatment. 4) The humor that is often used. 5) Two of my sisters (age 38 and 46) didn't survive the same type of hemorrhagic stroke I had. It helps me a great deal to keep my mind on the survivors; otherwise I'd be dwelling on the victims.
    Linnie 03-03-2017

    In Testimonials
  5. Hi everyone, I have not posted anything for some months but I had a small, undiagnosed stroke on January 12th, 2016 and found this site about 6 months later. I found encouragement, support and advice for alot of what I had and am experiencing. It's a wonderful place to find other survivors who can relate and understand to varying degrees what we go through. Also for caregivers to share their experiences.
    Susan Meyer 02-03-2017

    In Testimonials