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Having a Stroke Being a Parent

A guide for parents who are living with stroke and aphasia

Being a parent is difficult enough - but after a stroke all those difficulties become even more of a challenge.

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People with aphasia who were involved with the development of 'Having a Stroke Being a Parent'.

This publication and DVD contains advice, support and guidance for parents with stroke and aphasia, from the early days in hospital to coming home and beyond.

The resource is the result of the 'Parents Living with Stroke  Project (in collaboration with the Stroke Services Modernisation Initiative and funded by Guy's and St Thomas' Charity). Parents with stroke, their families and carers shared their experiences to help others cope with stroke, aphasia and getting back to life as a family again.

Find out more about the book launch and who was involved in news

Matthew Harbridge (centre) who has aphasia, with Marian and Chris Harbridge.

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Publication date:
10 July 2007

Published price:
£7.50 (plus £2 postage and packing) UK only.

ISBN: 978-1-906315-01-6