Written by Mary M. Castiglione & Cynthia C Johnson, MA
Statistics gathered by the American Heart Association show that about 700,000 people experience a new or repeating stroke every year. Loved ones of survivors need an informative and compassionate reference to help them understand this condition. Stroke: Mapping Out Early Stages of Recovery explains the causes of a stroke, as well as how it affects a person physically, mentally and emotionally. In addition, the appendix includes brain diagrams, risk factors, warning signs and resources. Overall, the loved one will better understand what he or she can do to help the survivor of a stroke. As with all P&H products, the book uses clear language and engaging illustrations to convey the information.
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