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‘Suddenly the world became very small,’ says woman who lost her sight after a stroke – Leicestershire Live

Wednesday, 23 December, 2020

‘Suddenly the world became very small,’ says woman who lost her sight after a stroke – Leicestershire Live

Alison Roberts, 57, wore her cane at her wedding to husband, Ian after being registered blind. (Image: Supplied)

 
Alison Roberts life changed forever when woke up in hospital on Christmas Day after suffering from a stroke.

The severity of the bleed on her brain left her with aphasia, a communication disorder that affects a person's ability to read, write or speak.

And because she could not talk, she could also not tell anyone that she was unable to see properly either.

Click here to read full article https://www.leicestermercury.co.uk/news/local-news/suddenly-world-became-very-small-4742180

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