Debra Meyerson
Debra Meyerson, PhD, is a formerly tenured professor at Stanford University who was forced from that position by a severe stroke in 2010.  After 3 years of nearly full-time therapy, she regained her ability to live independently, but continues to experience significant disabilities, most notably speech challenges from Aphasia.  With the help of her son, Danny Zuckerman, she has written Identity Theft: Rediscovering Ourselves After Stroke (Andrews McMeel Universal, May 2019.)  
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Stroke Recovery — A Search for New Identities

by Debra Meyerson

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