Senator Robert Fetterman of Pennsylvania is recovering from a stroke he suffered in December of 2019. The stroke left him with limited mobility and speech, and he has been working hard to adjust to life in the Senate.
Fetterman has been attending physical and occupational therapy sessions to help him regain his strength and mobility. He has also been working with speech therapists to help him regain his ability to communicate effectively. In addition, he has been using assistive technology to help him with his work in the Senate.
Fetterman has been praised for his determination and resilience in the face of adversity. He has been an inspiration to many, showing that it is possible to overcome any obstacle.
Fetterman is continuing to work hard to regain full use of his body and speech. He is determined to continue serving the people of Pennsylvania in the Senate, and he is confident that he will be able to do so.