Comedian and stroke survivor, John Kawie, offers his thoughts on job opportunities for some of the “helpful” people he’s experienced since his stroke.
Comedian and stroke survivor, John Kawie has the perfect stroke survivor dog, Travis. But Travis has a friend …
Comedian and stroke survivor John Kawie demonstrates how to take make the most of half-baked, wacky ideas.
Comedian and stroke survivor John Kawie imagines his morning routine as a series of Olympic events. Color commentator included.
That moment when comedian and stroke survivor John Kawie realizes he and his ailing computer have something significant in common.
Comedian and stroke survivor, John Kawie vents about unsolicited advice, opinions and comments strangers off about his disability.
Comedian and stroke survivor, John Kawie, writes a fan letter to his stroke as the 20-year anniversary of its arrival grows near.
Comedian and stroke survivor, John Kawie, shares observations about the challenges early 21st century TV programming carries for stroke survivors.
Comedian and stroke survivor, John Kawie, tries his hand at an advice-column – sort of.
The good folks here at Stroke Connection offer support and guidance through every step of your recovery. My column offers none whatsoever, but I think it might be time for a change. So let’s begin with that first exciting morning home and what you can expect.
Something arrived from Social Security: “This is to inform you that we no longer consider you Disabled. As of now you are officially just Old. Your benefits will be decreased accordingly.” Seriously?
And there it was, my old Rusk Institute Outpatient Rehabilitation schedule that I carried like an extra appendage for the better part of two years. It contained therapy class times, room numbers, Access-A-Ride information ... everything I needed to navigate Planet Rehab. It was my pre-smartphone stroke GPS, and without it I was adrift like George Clooney in “Gravity.”