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Ted Baxter, Author of ‘Relentless’ and Stroke Survivor Offers Tips on Coping with Aphasia – EIN News

Friday, 16 December, 2022

Ted Baxter, Author of ‘Relentless’ and Stroke Survivor Offers Tips on Coping with Aphasia – EIN News

Ted Baxter suffered a massive, ischemic stroke in 2005. That affected his right side of his body (known as hemiparesis) and he suffered from aphasia that crippled his ability to speak, write, and communicate with others. His long battle to return to society and conquer hemiparesis and his aphasia, which included his dedication, determination, perseverance, intense physical therapy, working out, relearning English, doing repetitive, tiresome exercises, has resulted him being an inspiration to many suffering from stroke, brain disease, or traumatic brain disorder. Along the way, he’s written a book, ‘Relentless, How a Massive Stroke Changed My Life for the Better’, and created virtual classes, Speech Recovery Pathways, to help others overcome their deficits as he did.

Read more at: https://www.einnews.com/pr_news/605353119/ted-baxter-author-of-relentless-and-stroke-survivor-offers-tips-on-coping-with-aphasia

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