Locked-in Syndrome man remembered for resilience


Former East London teacher Roger Foster died on Monday, aged 60, after having lived with a rare neurological disorder known as Locked-in Syndrome for almost six years. Foster was an English teacher at John Bisseker for more than 30 years before a stroke on the brain stem left him paralysed in January 2013.

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