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Living Life One-Handed…

A few weeks after my 13th birthday I was doing what most kids do- playing video games and hanging out with my brother when I suffered a ruptured brain aneurysm. It was the result of a congenital birth defect known as an arterial venous malformation, or AVM. Several brain surgeries and a few months in the hospital and years of therapy followed. I am a stroke survivor and a recent college graduate working through my limitations and navigating accommodations. It’s been a crazy and interesting ride. I didn’t know I’d be adapting my life to using only one hand but I've figured out many useful workarounds and tips. There are so many helpful products I have discovered that make living one-handed less challenging. I hope my site helps other one-handers find the tools they need to adapt and enjoy life!


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