Everything I talk about since June 8, 2020, I have learned to tell my stories about my life. It is not easy but it is learning to try again. Enjoy these stories. Some are fun. Enjoy.
In October 2021, I went to the PT Students at Temple group from PACT. At that time I told the story that during that class, I mentioned that I played at Penn State and my friend was the Field Hockey Coach. After the class, Cassie K introduced her to me
I just started to read a new book at PACT Temples Book Group for those with Aphasia. The No.1 Ladies Detective Agency written by Alexander McCall Smith is the book. This week was the introduction group. I had started to read the first chapter using both the book and
With Aphasia, whenever I find myself thinking about saying something that I can’t think of a word, my brain goes on overtime. My brain tells me about remembering stories but I can’t come up with the words to describe them. Last week I played golf with a new friend.
My Aphasia worries me. I retired about six months from the stroke. I had a lot of things to do. I wanted to play golf, teach a course at a university, perhaps some consulting, work out, and spend talking with my friends. Aphasia challenges my language that helps those
Last week I signed up for registration for the Upstairs and Downstairs Locker Room Battle at Torresdale, my golf country club. On Saturday, June 12, the competition will consist of both floors facing off in a Stableford scoring event. I am on the downstairs locker. There were teams players
Aphasia is frustrating and difficult when trying to get things done on your own. You can prepare yourself for some things in advance- for a new day, a meeting, or a discussion. If you are ready, it makes our day more comfortable. Today was the day for me to
At Spaulding, we arrived late in the day. My “new” room was 211 B. Becky was able to see me for about an hour. The first day of Saturday was my busy. The schedule started at 7:30 AM to get me ready for the day. All my clothes