A TV talk show host suffers a near-fatal stroke and is suddenly at a loss for words. Doctors diagnose aphasia, a disorder that can leave victims struggling to speak, read or write.
The scenario sounds like a scripted cliffhanger, but it was actually drama in real life for Raymond Wong, former co-host for WABG’s “Good Morning Mississippi.”
After working with the aphasia experts at Methodist Rehabilitation Center, Raymond learned ways to cope with his communication problems. Now the Greenville businessman is back in the spotlight and inspiring other stroke survivors to persevere.
“I want to help other people who are trying to get back and let them know they can make a difference,” says the host of “Delta Dialogue.” “I say don’t just dream about it, do it!”

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