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Posted by Sandy
on June 04, 2000 at 15:49:15:
In Reply to: aphasia posted by james gilson on June 01, 2000 at 16:24:25:
: I was a cardiologist before my aphasia/stroke 1996.
: Was severly affected...for one year
: My wife, my L.S.W. and I have some new ideas for long
: term rehabilitation
: Would share your situation
: I am back working as a physician medical director
: James Gilson, MD
: "My lights are on"
Would love to hear what you have to offer....My husband had a stroke and is suffering with Aphasia. While he has improved greatly, he is still severly aphasic. What ideas do you have?
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