Starting Line & Chicago Skyline
Brónagh with her Medal
Brónagh interviews SSEEO President Randy Crabtree
SSEEO is collaborating with North Central College in Naperville, IL on a pilot project.
We are recruiting stroke survivors (12 for each semester) who are in need of
additional Occupational Therapy but are unable to get therapy based
on insurance, therapy caps, transportations, etc.
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SSEEO young stroke presents to EMT’s at the IEMTA conference in Springfield.
The first responders were so impressed by the young stroke survivor's honesty while sharing
their stories and their passion to get the message out about stroke.
Stroke Survivors Empowering Each Other
To provide advocacy, support, education and resources to stroke survivors and their families.
501(c)(3) nonprofit organization
P.O. Box 855 Lombard, IL 60148
(888) 988 - 8047
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