Eleven years ago, on the last day David Clark was able to walk, he was sitting on a couch in a Palmerston North motel and his head started spinning. It was the last thing he remembered before waking up in hospital and being told he'd had a stroke. Paul Williams meets a Levin man not only dedicating his life to helping other stroke survivors, but a man who is determined to walk again.

David Clark never thought he'd have a stroke - no way.

He was told that he should go and get himself checked out, but "she'll be

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