Wednesday, 30 March 2011

Emberfeletti kuzdelem stroke utan...The conductor who had a stroke

Andrew Sutton writes:

For all her friends

Zsuzsa a gyógyításnak szentelte az életét, 5 éve azonban stroke-ot kapott, kómába esett és lebénult. Emberfeletti küzdelmét folyamatosan filmezték. Csodák márpedig vannak, a Fókuszban be is bizonyítjuk! The conductor who had a stroke."

Thank you Andrew for sharing this with us.

The clip is in Hungarian and it is about Zsuzsa (a daughter, a mother, a friend etc.) a conductor who had a stroke after giving birth to her daughter. She spoke several languages and helped many people throughout her working life. She was in a coma for 26 days. Conductor friends and colleagues supported her all the way through to recovery…

She is a great example to us conductors and for all professionals out there the clip is worth watching to observe what is happening in a conductive education group catering for people whose life is affected by a stroke.

Kitartas Zsuzsa igy ismeretlenul is! Egy igazi nagy pelda vagy mindnyajunknak. Sok Szeretettel, Judit Szathmary xxxxx



Susie Mallett said...

Thank you for posting this Judit.

I got to know Zsuzsa only briefly, when I was a student in Budapest. I remember her well as being one of the most respected conductors that I have ever had the privilege to know. Respected by her colleagues as much as by her clients. I think that the respect her friends and colleagues have for her comes across in this film. A film made with much compassion.

Zsuzsa's strength as a conductor can be seen in her determination to live her life independently and to care for her child. I believe that she has done as much to help others by making this film as she did, as the film says, while she was working as a conductor.

I do so hope that Zsuzsa is aware of the influence that she is having on us all and the respect she has from even more colleagues from around the world.

I told my own stroke group about Zsuzsa today and my telling them the story about this film inspired them all to speak in their own very personal ways about their own personal struggles and successes.

Thank you Judit and Zsuzsa.

Judit Szathmáry said...

Thank you for your valuable contribution. Both the story and your words touched our hearts in more ways than we could ever know.