How to Conquer Hobbies With One Hand: Stroke Survivor Paul E. Bergers 50 Tips and Tools to Make Things

January 31, 2020 - Comment

There’s more to life after a stroke than therapy! See how much fun you can have with your favorite hobby in this easy-to-read book, with 16 how-to-do-it photos, bonus tips, shopping list, resource guide, and more! For people who can only use one hand, this book shows easy craft tips for any hobby. Creative expression

There’s more to life after a stroke than therapy! See how much fun you can have with your favorite hobby in this easy-to-read book, with 16 how-to-do-it photos, bonus tips, shopping list, resource guide, and more! For people who can only use one hand, this book shows easy craft tips for any hobby. Creative expression is too important to give up after a stroke. Paul Berger, stroke survivor, and award winning author of “How to Conquer the World With One Hand…And an Attitude,” credits his model train hobby as a key part of returning to a fulfilling life.

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Anonymous says:

good for a pamphlet It’s a pretty good pamphlet with some good ideas for my husband (stroke survivor) to try in his shop. However, it is just that – a pamphlet. The black and white photos are somewhat fuzzy, and I couldn’t see details very well – or, in a few cases, what exactly I was looking at. This is primarily about model railroading, Some of his tips could be used for woodworking or painting or other hobbies, I suppose, but for my husband’s former hobby of making cigar box banjos, or painting, or others…

Anonymous says:

Only have one hand – buy this book to help The person who had a stroke wrote about his challenges doing his hobbies with one hand. Great ideas for a person with similar cercumstances

Anonymous says:

stroke products I should have wrote this book as I used most of the ideas before I read the book, but its ideas do work, I can testify to that, It would have been great to read earlier after my stroke but that’s life.

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