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After a year of recovery and rehabilitation, stroke survivor Melisa Bain received adaptive knives and cookware from Walton Foundation's Hope and Independence Fund, enabling her passion of baking.

Stroke survivor is cooking again 

After more than a year of rehabilitation, Augusta stroke survivor Melisa Bain is on the verge of starting her own catering business and possibly returning to work with the help of Walton Foundation for Independence and NeuroRestorative Georgia.
By Wesley Brown

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