CANANDAIGUA — Jamie Lether was 31 when she suffered a stroke more than a decade ago.
It’s been a long road for the Shortsville resident, struggling to regain mobility on the left side of her body and relearning basic reading and math skills among other challenges. But at 44, with help from a program at Happiness House in partnership with Wayne Finger Lakes BOCES, Lether is hopeful for the future. She is on track to earning a high school equivalency diploma and hopes to go on and earn a college degree.
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