53-Year-Old Stroke Survivor : “I’m a new me”

By Wendy Wolstencroft It was June 2017. I felt totally well. I had been to the gym and was driving to see a friend. I suddenly came to in the car and felt incredibly dizzy, couldn’t see properly, and vomited several times. I was drifting in and out of consciousness. Luckily for me our neighbours … Read more>>

A Patient Perspective on Handicapped Hotel Bathrooms

To understand life with a medical condition, all it takes is a glimpse of the world through the eyes of the patient. The following post–explaining why she finds accessible hotel bathrooms to be anything but–is reprinted with permission from the author, Rebecca Dutton, stroke survivor & occupational therapist. You can find the original post on her blog … Read more>>