Why are you or somebody you know living with a disability after surviving a stroke? Discover in this book the reasons you shouldn't be.
On leaving school, the author trained to be an electrician, and once qualified, he became a professional manager becoming a member of the institute of managers. He retired on health grounds in 2006, then developed an insatiable thirst for knowledge, which inspired himto train as a freelance journalist and become an author and during hisresearch into stroke recovery, he uncovered what he believes to be a conspiracy by government to prevent people living with disabilities from becoming able bodied once more. The author lost hiswife when she was only forty-eight, after she suffered a major stroke, he himself suffered a stroke when he was 52 years of age and has been left with a disability.