I’d like to welcome attendees of the Plain Talk Conference held today in Alexandria, Virginia.
Thank you for the opportunity to share my experiences about “Living with Cerebral Palsy in the Web 2.0 Era”.
I’ve put together a short list of my favourite blog posts to offer as a starting point in exploring blogs:
- Don’t believe everything you read, write your own truth
- Making it as an entrepreneur – 3 important lessons
- Climbing unimaginable heights to zip above Robson Square
- Can’t is a four-letter word
- Verbal communication – More than the written spoken aloud
- Ten tips for communicating with people with disabilities
And a few of the bloggers with disabilities or with loved ones with disabilities whom I follow include:
- Deaf mom Karen Putz shares her world
- Ricky Buchanan may be confined to bed, but she isn’t done living
- Norman Perrin advocates for his adult daughter with cerebral palsy
- Disability consultant Dave Hingsburger provides another perspective on living with a disability
- Leslie Kammerdiener chronicles her son’s journey after being critically injured in Afghanistan
Finally, in case you’re wondering, here’s how I added talking captions to my PowerPoint presentation.
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