It’s been a while. new developments have come in terms of understanding. I am told I will get the use of my vision back. It remains to be seen, but I am also told to keep an open mind. I am concerned that I cannot recover. Anyway, I am still training to be a braille transcriber; I just don’t know if I’ll be relying on adaptive tech. to do it or not. I bought the print version of my textbook, recently. Truth be told, I love this complex set of desks and tools dedicated to communication in such widely varied forms. It’s too bad I don’t really need a second language as well, but if I get to read print again, and it’s—therefore—easier…
So much suffering and misunderstanding, as , likely, is the case with other neuropsychiatric issues.
My neuropsychiatrist is wonderful! I think all his patients probably feel delighted with him. He’s very understated. I felt from the start that he understood 98% of what I was telling him. It’s what I’d been looking for since I was 10—but didn’t know it. I’m 51. Really, I was so despondent. Only a sense of personal responsibility kept me going long enough that I found doctors who could understand me. Two and a half years ago was the first time I found somebody who understood 1% of my issue. .