After experiencing a stroke in 1995, Rosanna Radding realized that her hobby of cooking, one she had been passionate about for years, would now only be possible by re-learning and developing new methods.
She is presenting her tips and tricks as a re-abled cook in a one-handed kitchen as part of the SNMH Stroke Support Group Series.
“Disabled is a state of being, whereas re-abled is the act of doing,” Radding said.
In the class, entitled “Tricks of the trade and gadgets that help in a one handed kitchen,” Radding will be demonstrating how to make chicken soup. It will take place 1-2:30 p.m. Friday at SNMH Building 3 Outpatient Center, Conference Room 110. There is no cost to attend.