An essay where I talk about how my severe Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) has left me with severely diminished hearing and distorted hearing that makes it seem like I have a horror movie INSIDE my head. Creepy!
I switch around my posting schedule to write an essay. This essay is on the importance of imagination and how I used my imagination to make it through hearing distortions and brain trauma.
A monthly essay where I discuss humor after injury. I especially explore how I use humor on social media.
An extra post that actually is a little preview of Monday’s essay. This is a mini post with a preview of Selby’s Halloween costume on this fun Friday (the 13th).
I go through my favorite smartphone apps that are great for those who are deaf or hard of hearing. I also link to some great articles discussing technology for the deaf and hard of hearing (both Apple and Android).
I think Closed Captioning in Television, Movies, Telephones, Cell phones and technology needs to be updated and regulated. I discuss in this monthly essay. #closedcaptioningneedsupdating #monthlyessay
More than 5.3 million Americans are living with brain injury-related disabilities. Help me and the Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) spread the word. Join the #ChangeYourMind campaign during Brain Injury Awareness Month (March). #changeyourmind #braininjureawarenessmonth #tbi #BIAA #blog #writingneverstopsblog