WIN! The New York Times bestseller ' My Stroke of Insight' by well known and respected Harvard University-trained and published neuroanatomist, Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor
WIN!! Type in your first name below to join our mailing list on the comments below to go in the draw to win The New York Times bestseller ' My Stroke of Insight' by well known and respected Harvard University-trained and published neuroanatomist, Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor. "A brain scientist's journey from a debilitating stroke to full recovery becomes an inspiring exploration of human consciousness and its possibilities."
The perfect Christmas present. Or why not treat yourself by keeping it for yourself! #GottabeintoWin
If you haven't seen her TED talk, please do. If you have, watch it again :)https://goo.gl/ytjZ1a
*Prize will be drawn on Tuesday 3 October as part ofStroke Week being 2-6 October, 2017 @12pm NZ time. Prize is for NZ residents only. Sorry! It gets a bit pricey sending it overseas.
Young Stroke Thrivers Foundation founder Maria's first walk, not stroll ;) 6months post surgery- tibial tendon transfer, calf lengthening tibialis posterior tendon lengthening
Here are a few photos of Young Stroke Thrivers Foundation founder Maria's first walk post surgery- not stroll ;) Today is exactly 6moths (24 weeks) after her tibial tendon transfer, calf lengthening tibialis posterior tendon lengthening surgery on April 6 at Mercy Hospital, Epsom. She said she found it very liberating to finally get out of the house and feel active again. A long way still to go but she is off to a great start!
#rehab #exercise #babysteps #onestepatatime #patience
#strokeofluck#21yearspoststroke #Nelson #MaitaiRiver #nature
"In 2013, Diana Hardeman was 30 years old. She was a vegetarian, a non-smoker, a surfer and the picture of health -- until she had a stroke." CBS Evening News
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