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Driving provides some with a sense of choice, freedom, identity, and independence. Driving is often perceived as a necessity for a productive social life and can lead to feelings of loneliness, isolation, and depression when someone is unable to drive themselves to the places they wish to go.

This presentation for the Stroke Education Series was presented by Lindsey Jenkins, PhD of the University of Kansas Health System on Post-Stroke Depression. Thank you to The University of Kansas Health System for partnering with the American Stroke Foundation for the Stroke Education Series.

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