We are extending the Life After Stroke Fitness Challenge to June 15th, 2021 and we have sweetened the pot with a brand new top prize.
Life After Stroke is raising money for the Canadian Heart & Stroke Foundation’s Virtual Ride for Heart.
Walking was one of my favourite activities and my primary mode of transportation. Becoming a young stroke survivor almost took that ability from me.
My name is TJ and I am a young stroke survivor. On October 10, 2018, I suffered a stroke and had to undergo a craniotomy at the age of 33. This was my journey.
Life After Stroke needs volunteers. Now’s your chance to support the growing YBIS community.
One of the leisure goals I set for myself after returning to work was to explore Canada as much as I could. Each year I
One of my worries at the time of my stroke was what happens to my career now? It was a concern because after years of
Now let’s talk about the taboo around mental illness. Ever since I had my stroke in January-16 I’ve been depressed and have also been taking
So, a lot has happened since my last post here. I have completed a Constraint-Induced (CI) therapy/training, which basically means that you wear an oven
Help me raise money for the Heart and Stroke Foundation! I’m gearing up for that time of year again – the annual Ride for Heart