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I'm sorry

Sharon Knight

Sharon's nan was a stroke victim. Perhaps that's why Sharon works in a job that requires her to listen to patients, find out what matters, what works well and then use what she has learned to identify and support best practice. At a listening event, Sharon meets Amber, who had a stroke at 19. Amber has her life ahead of her; she is courageous, resilient, resourceful and determined to lead a fulfilling life, despite instances of poor care - and Sharon learns from her what it means to be a stroke survivor and live life to the full after stroke.

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