Kevin Sorbo, True Strength – 2013 IDA Inspiration Award

Kevin Sorbo, True Strength – 2013 IDA Inspiration Award

Kevin Sorbo is the recipient of the Invisible Disabilities Association’s 2013 Inspiration Honors Award. Kevin was chosen based upon his inspiration as a three time stroke survivor. Kevin’s journey with illness chronicled in his book, “True Strength” provides amazing insight and vulnerability into personally living each day with illness, both the times of tragedy and of triumph.

Kevin has just released his memoir, “True Strength: My Journey From Hercules to Mere Mortal and How Nearly Dying Saved My Life”. The book chronicles his near death experience in 1997 at the end of season 5 on Hercules. Suffering three strokes and the battle to gain back his life. It is an honest account of celebrity, personal tragedy, and the power of letting go. It is a book for anyone who suffers a setback in life and is struggling to find a way to move on. In 2013 Sorbo received the Public Leadership in Neurology Award from the American Brain Foundation and American Academy of Neurology for his work in bringing stroke awareness to an international level.

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