Post-stroke patient teaches one-handed cooking class for support group |

Post-stroke patient teaches one-handed cooking class for support group

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.

Travel to new lands means exposure to diseases and environmental conditions that your body may not be used to, and your doctor can help minimize the risk that illness could interfere with your experience.

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