Our Heart Speaks through the international patient stories project supports a “Culture of Possibility.”
OHS founder, Dr. Keith Rafal speaks with hosts from Strokefocus in a podcast interview, that explores a new mindset and paradigm shift.
This interview digs deeper into the work and vision of OHS.
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About the Author:Strokefocus, also known as Wohaula, is a platform designed and run by stroke survivors and caregivers. Strokefocus' mission is to help the Stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) community pool resources and share insights. They believe it is essential to empower local support groups. Great improvements in Stroke and TBI can only be achieved when local groups get the tools to thrive. Hong Ru and her husband Daniel Gu along with Alison Bonds Shapiro, MBA and Rita Martin make up the leadership team at Strokefocus. The Hand in Hand Show is part of Strokefocus. Through podcasts they offer interviews with survivors, caregivers, group leaders, healthcare professionals and business people we are helping the stroke and TBI community. The hosts of this interview are Cam Compton (a stroke survivor, leader of stroke support groups and fund raiser) and Nancy Weckwerth (a caregiver for her husband a stroke survivor, as well as a musician and author of the inspiring book, Don't Stop the Music- Finding the Joy in Caregiving).