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In Support of MACS

It’s the end of March and we are embarking on a mini 6-day challenge. Our friend Tim Lupton is doing the London Marathon for MACS… 474 more words

Proud To Be A Stroke Survivor

A return to real cycling in March

Cycling is still proving a little bit of a challenge for Tom as, after a few shaky efforts at the end of last year, he’s managed just one outing this year – on an ICE Trike with Tom Pales from… 473 more words

Proud To Be A Stroke Survivor

Should my art mean something?

Despite being lazy and having a late and slow start to the day, once I actually got out of bed (something that’s even harder since we brought a wonderful tempur mattress) I spent the day in my studio painting. 523 more words

Art

A Big Day

So today was a big day for me and my family. We had a team registered for The Color Run in Louisville, Kentucky. We’ve registered for this for the last 3 years, but I missed it last year because I was in the hospital after my hemorrhagic stroke (left thalamus). 419 more words

Ralph's Journey

Words by Ralph.

There are many things I am proud to have accomplished in my life.  Today, I am proud to add stroke survivor to that list.  315 more words

Programs

Snow in Exmouth

February was a brilliant month in Tom’s rehabilitation. He more than achieved his target of running 25 miles, actually doing 40. He got his 5k time down to below 37 minutes, his running distance up to 6k and topped off the month by completing the Stroke Resolution Run at Escot Park. 951 more words

Proud To Be A Stroke Survivor

Volunteer Spotlight: May 2018

Our volunteers are the best and we appreciate them for all the work they do.  This year we’re spotlighting them so we can get to know a little more of their interests! 426 more words

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