Read new book titled, Stroke Recovery Stories: Humorous and Inspiring Stories Told by Stroke Survivors and the People Who Love Them. Written by Jeff Kagan, stroke survivor and author.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 29, 2015
Stroke survivor and author Jeff Kagan has written a new book called, Stroke Recovery Stories: Humorous and Inspiring Stories Told by Stroke Survivors and the People Who Love Them. This book is published by Amazon.com Kindle today, April 29, 2015.
This is Kagan’s third in a series of stroke recovery and stroke survival books.
Stroke Recovery Stories are humorous and touching stories written by other stroke survivors. Each chapter is a different story. The reader will laugh and cry and come away with a renewed sense of hope and recovery.
David Ober, MD wrote the Special Introductory chapter. Dr. Ober is Chief of Neurology at Nyack Hospital, in Nyack, New York.
Dr. Ober shares information every stroke survivor needs to know to understand stroke and the recovery process. This chapter is packed with very important and valuable information for every stroke survivor, caretaker, family and friend.
Each contributor wrote their own chapter. They tell their own story in their own words.
“My hope is that after reading this book, you will be left with a renewed sense of well being. I want this to be like you sitting with a group of stroke survivors where everyone tells their own story. We can all learn from each other. It is inspiring. Recovery takes time and hard work, but it does come,” says Jeff Kagan.
May 2015 is National Stroke Awareness Month.
Reporters: To interview Jeff Kagan, please contact him by email or phone.
Readers: Visit Amazon.com Kindle to read the beginning of the book for free, and to buy yours today.
About Jeff Kagan
Author Jeff Kagan has been a stroke survivor for more than ten years.
Kagan speaks at business meetings about the topic of stroke and recovery and the power we all have in our brain to improve every day, both in our business and personal lives.
Contact Jeff Kagan to discuss having him speak at your meeting.
Reporters: contact Jeff Kagan by phone or email.
Contact: Jeff Kagan by email at jeff(at)jeffKAGAN(dot)com or by phone at 770-579-5810.
Visit his website: at jeffKAGAN.com to learn more.
Twitter: Follow him at @jeffkagan