By Ashley York
I recently watched a documentary about a lady from London who had a brain hemorrhage and lost the ability to read, some of her vision and simple cognitive functions. Lotje Sodderland was 34 when she had a stroke and had to start the learning process over. Before the stroke, she was in the film industry, so during her recovery process, Lotje recorded herself. After a year of treatments, staying in a neurological institution, crying, recognizing her improvement and regression and adapting to her new lifestyle, Lotje couldn’t be more thankful.
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