What You Really Need to Know about Caring for Someone After a Stroke
This guide provides useful information for the caregiver of a stroke patient, including proper diet and exercise, dealing with mental health issues, and more. Comedian John Cleese adds humor to alleviate stressful situations. Color illustrations. Radio interview with Cleese.
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