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Hemorrhagic Stroke Survivor Seeks Grant Money For Book And Product Patent

by Bob Miller
(San Diego, CA, USA)

I suffered a major hemorrhagic stroke in 2006 and have been living on SSDI of $1,100 per month since six months after.

I am fortunate to have recovered enough to write a book about my experiences. I also created a stroke/brain injury support website.

I recently created a tool which doubles as a piece of exercise equipment and a walking stick for other disabled persons.

I could use a grant to help continue my passion of being an inspiration to stroke and brain injury survivors by:
- Getting my stroke support book published.
- Obtaining a patent on my product.
- Launching and marketing my product.

Mine is the only income. My wife doesn't work. Food is a scarcity. I would love to be able to invest in my passion of helping others.

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by: Don from Accessible.Org

Bob,

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