This is a very special moment for me and I couldn’t wait to share it with all of you.
I once thought that suffering a traumatic brain injury would mean the end of everything good in my world when I saw the pieces of my life scattered all around me. In the seventeen years since, I have experienced, instead, a journey so remarkable that I am grateful for this injury every day.
Many of you have been with me all the way since my book was published in 1999. From then and through my speeches, the magazine articles and now here in blog land, I have enjoyed your company, your comments, your stories and your support.
Now I’m taking a next step and I’m so excited to share it with you!!!!
It has always bothered me that so many of us can no longer read like we did. I was there myself at the beginning and I know how frustrating that is. I wanted to be able to connect in a way that my book and my blogs cannot. I imagined, in a way, us just sitting down for a cup of coffee and…talking.
I’ve been working on a series of easily-downloadable audio presentations narrowly designed for specific problems that survivors, caregivers and professionals face every day. Each runs about an hour and, together with my producer, we’ve worked to keep the cost affordable so that it can reach as many people as possible.
I’ve pasted the link below and I hope you’ll drop by there for a visit. As always, I appreciate your visits and conversations over the years here on this blog and I hope they continue. I love you guys and I’m cheering for you!