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HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 561
Commending Paul Berger
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 Paul Named Virginia Advocate of the Year
AHA's "You're the Cure" Honor
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Stephanie receives Fairfax Caregiver
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Stephanie blogs for Disruptive Women in Healthcare

 Books to Live By
Useful books for rehabilitation,
motivation, and to regain fulfillment

Paul's Recommended
 Easy-Reading Books

PAUL:  My reading continues to improve, the more I read, as I overcome my severe aphasia.  Everyday, I read the newspaper and interesting websites on the Internet.  I like books, but have problems with novels. I enjoy reading non-fiction books, and below are some of my favorites. 

U.S. President for dummiesNot just for Dummies

After my stroke, I lost my ability to read. With speech therapy, and help from my Franklin Electronic dictionary, I was able to regain my reading ability. The "Dummies" series is easy to read and fun and covers almost every interest, including: "Stroke for Dummies" and "U.S. Presidents for Dummies."

I am interested in learning all about Twitter. So now I'm reading "Twitter for Dummies."

You don't have to give up reading after a stroke, I am proof!

To see some of the "Dummies" books I've read,
Twitter For Dummies, click here.
Stroke For Dummies, click here.
U.S. Presidents For Dummies, click here.

Here's a list of more than 2,000 "Dummies" books, click here .

Who Moved My Cheese?: An Amazing Way to Deal with Change in Your Work and in Your Life, by Spencer Johnson

Who moved my cheese.sizeStroke means a sudden change in your life. Physical, emotional, personal, employment -- everything changes. Life is all about changes. I enjoyed reading this little book with a big message: click here.

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Stroke survivors stories to inspire and motivate
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 How to Conquer the World With One Hand...And an Attitude
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You are marvels!  I just read the newsletter ... and it is simply priceless (I always read them, and they are all noteworthy, but this one is beyond good.)  Paul, your book is in my book as something that all clinicians should have, read, pass on (ie, make them buy) to their clients.
 -Audrey Holland, Professor Emerita,University of Arizona

I came across your website today and just wanted to congratulate you on providing a helpful resource for stroke survivors and healthcare professionals.
     -Marisca Baldwin, The Pat Arato Aphasia Centre, Toronto,,Canada

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