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Man Focuses on Stroke Recovery at Mary Free Bed

  Marty Jansons story begins when his wife, Inese, found him lying unconscious at the bottom of the basement stairs. She called 911 right away. Doctors concluded that Marty had experienced a stroke due to high blood pressure. There was a bleed in the thalamus of his brain. Fortunately, it didn’t kill any blood cells….
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Humor and Laughter Help Stroke Survivor Succeed in Rehabilitation

A sense of humor can be priceless when it comes to rehabilitation. Research shows laughter can reduce pain and ease recovery.  And humor is exactly what Ann Mitchell needed to get her life back after suffering a stroke. As an English literature teacher at East Grand High School, Ann, now retired, was known for her…
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Support Group Helps Survivors and Family Members Adjust To Life After Stroke

Joseph Tabor’s stroke left him with memory problems, depression and anxiety. At the Mary Free Bed Stroke Support Group, he met others he could relate to. Group members helped him learn the causes of post-stroke anxiety and depression and how to deal with them effectively.

Woman Recovers From Stroke at Mary Free Bed and Plans For a Bright Future

On October 17, 2012, Mary Louise Cole unexpectedly suffered a subdural hematoma – collection of blood on the surface of the brain resulting in a stroke. This caused a series of events that kept her in the hospital for almost a month. Mary believes her journey to recovery began while receiving therapy in the stroke…
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Woman determined to beat stroke trades wheelchair for cane

Every Wednesday morning, she’d pick up her grandkids, take them to school and stick around for the day as a volunteer at her granddaughter’s school. For Valentine’s Day, she organized crafts to entertain the students and give the teachers a break. She didn’t get to see the finished products on Valentine’s Day, though. Instead, she…
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