Born to Survive
In this feature story, we profile four families who’ve experienced the difficult reality of their children having a stroke. All of these families have learned to dream new dreams for their children.
Stroke in Infants
Stroke is relatively rare in children and infants, but that fact doesn’t matter when you hear that your baby has had a stroke. This article examines initial and ongoing therapy for infants who’ve experienced stroke as well as emotional development.
Survivors From The Start
Infants are at the same risk of having a stroke as are the elderly: One infant in every 4,000 live births has a stroke. We talked to a pediatric neurologist about what causes in utero stroke. We also interviewed three mothers of in utero stroke survivors about their children’s experience of stroke.
Growing Up A Survivor
David Dow and Kasey Koller were 10 years old when they survived strokes. It was a parent’s worst nightmare. We chronicled their stories at the time. In this issue we catch up with them (and their parents) as they enter adulthood.
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