Mr. Marek was one of these who didn’t keep their balance after a brain stroke, not speaking about walking. We were seeing each other at mr. Krzytof’s physiotherapy daily. I was a witness of his successes which – i must admit – were spectacular.
We spoke a bit during our rehabilitation. When I was telling him that it’s worth to read aloud for yourself to practice speaking, he was saying that he is speaking to him self a lot. He had many plans before the stroke, including redecorating the kitchen. He had to discuss these things as he didn’t know whether he has to do adjustments for disabled.
When, after stroke ward, but on a rehabilirtation unit he stopped talking to himself. He had many men around to practice speaking. Logical.
But I saw him ferom his first days in a hospital and I was like a fan of him. I watched closely and I saw man who is not complaining and day by day is getting better. I told him that. He was giving me the best smile ever.
And he left hospital just few days before me. I didn’t ask him about it, but somehow I think that adjustments for disabled will not be needed.
This text doesnt show what a lovely person he was:)