Photo of Stroke Survivor Paul Berger & wife Stephanie Mensh at a speaking event

Stroke Survivor Paul Berger & wife Stephanie Mensh

Welcome!  My name is Paul Berger.

I had a severe stroke many years ago when I was 36.  I have aphasia and hemiplegia.  That means I have speech problems, my right arm is paralyzed, and I use a cane to walk.

I am proof that stroke survivors with disabilities can have a fun, full life!

My books tell my story and give proven tips to stroke survivors, caregivers, and everyone on how to conquer your stroke, maximize your rehabilitation and therapy, and achieve your goals.

Try some of my Paul-tested affordable products for one-handed living, for mobility, aphasia, and to make your everyday easier.

Our Books

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Books for Stroke Survivors & Caregivers

Helpful Products

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Helpful products for Stroke Survivors with aphasia, mobility, one-handed living, speech, reading, cooking, grooming and more.

Our Story

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Paul & Stephanie at Washington Nationals Ballpark celebrating Star Wars Day & Strike Out Stroke Day

How to Conquer the World With One Hand…
And an Attitude
2nd Edition

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How to Conquer Hobbies with One Hand
50 Tips and Tools to Make Things

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You Can Do It!
105 Thoughts, Feelings and Solutions to Inspire You

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Conquering Aphasia & Stroke TODAY!
Volume 1: Paul Berger’s Guide for Stroke Survivors

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Conquering Aphasia & Stroke for Caregivers
Volume 2: Stephanie Mensh’s Guide for Caregivers of Stroke Survivors

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More Conquering Aphasia & Stroke
Volume 3: More Guidance for Stroke Survivors and Caregivers

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