Stroke Month 2020
This year, SVIN has chosen to observe Stroke Awareness Month with prizes for members and recognition for those who have fought or overcome stroke and stroke-related illnesses. Keep scrolling to learn more.
A youthful, 41-year-old woman suffers a stroke that could render her profoundly disabled for the rest of her life. Within hours of treatment by a stroke team at Adventist Health Glendale in Greater Los Angeles, she is up and walking and amazing everyone in her care. This is Rhea's story. [read more]
Share your story
In honor of Stroke Month this year we want to hear and share your stories. Click here to learn about our project, "Hope" is a thing with feathers.
Opportunities to win with Membership
SVIN is giving away free registration to our annual meeting and educational courses! Click here to learn more
This is my story, and it’s about hope. But at the place this story begins, I wasn’t thinking about that. After all, who needs hope when life is all good?
Memorial Day weekend, May 2019. For the first time in twelve years, our four daughters and son are back with their mom, Irene, and me, at our home in Chester, a quiet Orange County town, sixty miles north of New York City. We talk and laugh, lots; hike and fish; take way too many photos. Forgive each other for past mistakes. It feels unbelievable to be all together. Too good to be true.[read more]