Stroke patients, PLEASE join with a walking buddy and start walking. Maybe you can only walk inside, down the hall, around the building, to the store, to church or just around your immediate neighbourhood. Do it. Start walking. Hit the #StrokeDontJokeKickButtComeBackTrail.
We are inviting you to join other members of the stroke community on the Stroke Don’t Joke Kick-Butt Comeback Trail. Whether it’s a slow walk inside your house, around your yard, or to your neighborhood park, or just a walk around your block, down the lane and back, to the grocery store and back, or church and back, you can join us.
To #KickButtComeBackStrong, you need some movement. Walking is a great activity, and it’s free.
Stroke Don’t Joke-Kick Butt Comeback Trail is about a return to former self, through the effort and determination to Kick Stroke’s Butt & Come Back Strong. Share with us your #KickButtComeBackStrong story! I know most stroke patients in the rural areas have no formal stroke rehabilitation. You can still take back control and #KickSomeStrokeButt…
It’s easy to get started. You can share a photo or your personal comeback story on social media. Right here if you chose. Please use #KickButtComeBackStrong and your story will be shared in our Newsletter and on our website. You can share your story now or wait until you’ve embarked on your #KickButtComeBackStrong trail... YOUR way.
It’s not too late to invite a family member or friend to join you. With stroke killing so many people worldwide, many families are impacted by this devastating, neurological event. Who do you know that might want to dedicate a #KickButtComBackTrail to someone they love?
No matter where you are in the world, we look forward to seeing all of your pictures and learning more about your #KickButtComeBackStrong Trail stories! Your support means so much, thank you for joining the #KickButtComeBackStrong movement!
Your stories will certainly inspire other stroke survivors and their families. Blessings for 2017 and beyond. Let’s go #KickStrokeButt.
Please...Try not to walk alone. Always have, at least a walking buddy.