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Encouragement in the Written Word

Asher, Evelyn

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Compassionate Care, Managers, Oakwood, GA

Congratulations on the premier issue of Neurology Now! I read most of the articles with deep interest and shared its availability in print and online with a friend who has a daughter with multiple sclerosis. I will also share the meaningful articles with my son and his wife who have faced my granddaughters neurological challenges for the past nine years.

I have always felt that caregivers find solace and encouragement in the written word, to be referred to in private moments. Such words serve as an incredible resource that bring forth brighter solutions.

I was deeply touched by Marcia Warmath's “Speak Up” essay “Life After Stroke: Go Forward!” (Spring, 2005). I can see the love she and Malcolm share through triumphed challenges.

I congratulate you … you opened my heart.

Evelyn Asher

Compassionate Care, Managers, Oakwood, GA

©2005 American Academy of Neurology

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