Doing The Impossible
So imagine using a computer with your hands tied behind your back.
That is what it’s like for me to use a computer because of my disability, however I have the use of a program that is suitable for me to be capable enough to complete the many functions required for effective computer use. Continue reading
I am writing this for 2 reasons, to give the reader a glimpse of what is evolved in using cars safety features in a handicapped car and to instruct new carers of the procedure involved.
Click here for meaning of —Dysphagia
As part of my accident my eating and drinking ability was damaged. Having a cup of water before the accident was never thought about, if I got thirsty I would quench my thirst or if I was hungry no big deal I would eat whatever was available.
How things can change in seconds, after the fall now everything I eat and drink I must concentrate on the portion I have in my mouth and where it is positioned, I have lost the majority of use of my tongue that makes the moving of the food around the mouth virtually impossible. Continue reading