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Rehabilitation on the side


I have two Life Stories classes going on. Of the four women in the room during one recent session, three of their fathers had worked for the railroad in one capacity or another. The classes are a history lesson. One of the women, who had a stroke several years ago, is remembering parts of her past in real time as I ask questions. The classes also are rehabilitative.

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