Aphasia Champion: Randy Kernus
Randy was a young and healthy when he experienced a stroke in 2011, which resulted in a visual deficit and Aphasia. His personal experience, his empathy, and his positive attitude have led to his success as a Stroke Survivor Coach, making him a true Aphasia Champion.
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Aphasia Champion: Bill Glazer
Bill Glazer, a stroke survivor with aphasia, made speech and language recovery his priority so he could return to his passion—his marketing business. Bill has raised over $130,000 since he started raising funds in 2018, and his efforts to raise more money continue to be the focus of his ongoing hard work and dedication to his profession.
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Aphasia Champion: Chad Amond
As President and CEO of the Westmoreland Chamber of Commerce, Chad Amond’s job is to grow and support businesses in the community. Chad is applying years of communication experience to educate the community about primary progressive aphasia.
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Aphasia Champion: Coleman Watson
Coleman Watson is making a movie about aphasia, but unlike many other filmmakers, Coleman comes with an insider’s perspective on the subject matter.
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