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- Stroke 35
- personal experiences 4
- anecdotes (humorous but true stories) 2
- Aphasia 2
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My grandpop had a minor stroke 7 years ago, and then found out about a few other things that he ended up needing treatment on. It ended up being days spent in the hospital and multiple types of treatment needing...
Two friends tell the story of how they met, their journey to becoming chaplains, how their friendship deepened but also changed.
Spouses, Sally Baker (42) and Brad Baker (41), share a conversation about the stroke that Sally had when she was thirty, the recovery process, their children, and their gratitude for one another.
Spouses, Dennis L. Hall (80) and Robyn Butler-Hall (77), talk about "end of life" decisions. They also share memories and stories about their late parents.
After suffering from complications due to a stroke we sat down to talk about life and last wishes.
A three-month check-in with my Dad after he suffered a stroke in November, 2022. Hear about his health updates and how life has changed since returning home from the hospital.
Susan Miller-Josselyn (46) talks with her husband Keith Josselyn (51) about his upbringing and his relationship with his grandmother, Carol.
A Speech Pathologist has a conversation with her long-time patient and friend.
Registered Nurse Arminda Perez (63) talks to her colleague Libby Echeverria (41) about how she got her current position and what she hopes everyone can learn about homelessness.
Jeanmarie Badar (57) interviews her friend, Elizabeth Cottone (55), about her life before and after a stroke and the way surviving has shifted her perspective on life.
I interviewed my mother about her stroke (it happened about 2 months ago.)
Laura Shannon (49) interviews her mother, Beverly Golden [no age given], about Beverly's grandmother, Jessie Thatcher Bost, who was the first woman to graduate from Oklahoma State University.
One Small Step partners Richard Mueller [no age given] and Margaret "Peggy" Miller (79) discuss their beliefs on politics, religion, and give personal anecdotes.
Dorothy Jane McCauley (93) talks to her daughter Sheila Marshall (59) about living in the Panama Canal Zone.
In this interview, conducted in November 2018 in Oregon, Noa Stoll (16) interviews her grandma Kathleen Stoll (79) about her childhood, life as a mother, and other in depth details about her life. Kathleen shares stories about her husband, children,...
We talked about his early childhood, work life, working in the military, and about life after his stroke.
A stroke survivor with aphasia talks to his wife about his perceived struggles and blessings. He hopes his story is an encouragement to others.
Laurel Crafts (50) and her sister Holly Crafts (45) talk to their father, Bryan Crafts (83), about his stroke and rehabilitation.
Carol Chadwick (78) talks to her daughters Patty Jones (44) and Cathy Chadwick (49) about growing up on an Indian Reservation and meeting her late husband.
Kathleen interviews her mother Miriam about her childhood.
Siblings Adam Braun (50) and Laura Pardo (53) interview their mom, Julie Sutherland (79), on her long lived life.
This is an interview with my mom, Robin Lancaster. She worked several years in the medical labs doing blood work, was an EMT for a good while, and is overall one of the strongest people I know. I love her...
Emma Cortes (16) and her mother Carmela Cortes (47) discuss what it was like when Carmela had a stroke 9 years ago. Emma was freshly 8 years old when these events took place and Carmela was 39. They talk about...
Wilhelm Welzenbach (46) interviews his mother, Johanna Bangeman (73), about her childhood memories on Wrangell Island in Alaska, her experience moving to Montana, the social change she experienced in the 1960s, and her teaching career.