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‘She phones me every day’: Dundee stroke victim who struggles to read, write and speak praises charity worker’s lockdown heroics – The Courier

Saturday, 20 June, 2020

‘She phones me every day’: Dundee stroke victim who struggles to read, write and speak praises charity worker’s lockdown heroics – The Courier

Tam Smith and Darlene Drummond in Dundee.

 

A Dundee man who has been robbed of much of his ability to read, write and speak has praised a local charity worker who has gone above and beyond during lockdown.

Tam Smith said the dedication and kindness shown by rehabilitation support specialist Darlene Drummond has helped him through a lonely time.

While making big strides in his recovery from a stroke some years ago, the 73-year-old suffered a second in 2018, causing severe language impairment aphasia.

Click here to read full article https://www.thecourier.co.uk/fp/news/local/dundee/1376975/she-phones-me-every-day-dundee-stroke-victim-who-struggles-to-read-write-and-speak-praises-charity-workers-lockdown-heroics/

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