Disability and the Internet
As a TBI Survivor, the Internet is probably your lifeblood and connection to the outside world via Facebook, right?
If a family member or friend, ( remember what those are?) has a question about their browser or connection status they come to you, right?
Keyboard shortcuts, there are a bunch of them and you know more than a couple, right
You need to be smart about it regardless just like anybody else who is connected 24×7. So that has to be worth something, right?
While it may not be of value to the working world, take heart because you have value to the Internet population. You can moderate chatrooms or just hangout and study Facebook, it’s all good and better than just watching Price Is Right on TV, right?
There I go again; I am starting to pitch the virtues and healing properties of having, and running your own Blog, because you my friend are an equal adversary in the realm if the Interwebs.
With a blog, you have to input some how either my keyboard, speech recognition software or shooting your own video to post to your Video Blog, you can do it!
You are out to impress no one so what is holding you back?
WordPress is by in large the best free blogging platform out there and you can use Facebook to drive traffic to it and become a legend in your own mind! That is all to important that everybody be a legend at onetime or another, all hits count. In cyberspace you can have many friends and none needs to know you have a brain injury so please elevate yourself to have a legendary online following or not, it will not only give your life purpose but you may save another life with your recommendations.
Mike is not a TBI doctor, he is just an advocate for traumatic brain injury. He offers his advice on brain injury from a survivors perspective and it is up to you to take or ignore his advice. Meaning he is not responsible in any way for your actions. He offers his advice for free on the world wide web and you should take it as such, cheap advice.