“My stroke taught me to look for the silver lining. As a result of
my stroke, I lost weight, and then because of TTES, I gained muscle
mass,” she said. “And I always get the best parking space!”
Lisa tells her audiences what her sister, Denise, a speech therapist,
told her: “’Never give up! You have to fight for yourself. Nobody does
it for you. Just you.’ I’ve learned to take charge of my life and my
health,” Lisa said. “I consider myself lucky. I know from rehab it could
be a lot worse.” Adapting to life with only one hand is an apt metaphor
for how she navigates life after stroke, always improvising.
Her why? “I love encouraging stroke survivors plus I get to watch
my kids grow up. My life is good.”
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