Learning to be content

Article by Andy Quinn
Six days after turning 28, Andy Quinn suffered an ischemic stroke that changed the trajectory of his life forever. While having to re-learn to wash, dress, and walk during a global pandemic he is re-evaluating what life should be about. His unique experience offers a look into the mind of a young stroke survivor and what it means to be “lucky in an unlucky situation”. Two years into his recovery he has launched “The Stroke Awareness Project” which aims to educate others on the “BE FAST” early stroke symptom warning acronym, particularly through social media and charitable campaigns. When not in recovery mode he can be found going for short walks with his dog and boyfriend, baking, visiting family or behind the lens of a camera. Find him on Instagram
You can read Andy’s article HERE

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