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STROKE SURVIVORS

A STROKE SURVIVOR STORY—NONEARL McCLINTON-JONES
I was saying to myself you’re having a stroke! I knew God was using this opportunity to speak to me; so I wouldn’t be afraid.

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A STROKE SURVIVOR STORY—Robert Smith
After many years of disregarding prominent doctors’ advice and the concerns of well meaning friends, I had a series of strokes that changed my life forever. [READ FULL STORY]

A STROKE SURVIVOR STORY—Geraldine Blackwell
Yes, it happened to me at age 51. A stroke. After having a good day at work as a social worker, I was thinking about bowling a two hundred game or better on September 28, 1999. [READ FULL STORY]

Please Note: Mr. Damont Goolsby is not a current or past board member of the Henry Clark Stroke Foundation.

A STROKE SURVIVOR STORY—By Gwendolyn Morgan
I am writing my story to inform stroke survivors that there is life after suffering a stroke. Knowledge is the key to staying healthy. Knowing the risk factors and warning signs of a stroke can save your life. Stroke is not a silent killer. You can be a survivor too. [READ FULL STORY]


NEW! A STROKE SURVIVOR STORY—By Robert Z of New Jersey
I had a hemorrhgic stroke. [READ FULL STORY]

CAREGIVERS

MY HENRY: A CAREGIVER'S STORY—By Barbara Lewis-Clark
May is Stroke Awareness Month. However, every month is stroke awareness at the Clark’s household. You see about four years ago my hero and husband, Henry O. Clark, Jr., suffered a massive stroke. [READ FULL STORY]


NEW! LIFE CAN CHANGE IN AN INSTANT!—By Julie Dippolito
And, it did for our family on November 30, 2006. I came home from work an hour early. The door was locked which was unusual because my husband Bernie was home. After knocking for a while and calling him, I finally went around to the back door entrance to get in. By this time, Bernie had dragged himself to the front door and had opened it.’He was leaning against the door obviously dazed and confused. Bernie said, "Where are you?" "Help me I can't stand up". [READ FULL STORY]

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