First person accounts of communicative disability
Bibliography of Books Written by Consumers Served by Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists: Our Clients and Their Families Speak
First person accounts from personal web pages
Renewal and Rediscovery: Insights From Memoirs of Illness and Disability
- an annotated bibliography of many books about first person accounts of disability.
, author of
Wired for Sound: A Journey Into Hearing
has placed online
Turned On: Cochlear Implants For Deaf And Hard-Of-Hearing Persons
Richard and Katherine (Karen) Price's homepage about their experiences with their son, Tyler, who has
epilepsy and central deafness
Diane Roberts Stoler, Ed.D., a health psychologist has written a practical guide for professional, families and individuals coping with
acquired and traumatic brain injury
. Her web page also provides an extensive collection of relevant links.
A Life Bound up in Words
Cerebral Palsy Center for the Bay Area, Inc.
Stories by our Participants
- A Creative Writing Web site for Adults with Neurogenic Communication Disorders from Nova Southeastern University.
Arhinia and Other Craniofacial Anomalies
by Kristi L. Branstetter
- personal accounts.
More Alike than Different
, by Lee Bussard, a person who had cerebral palsy and became a motivational speaker.
First person accounts mailed to me and put online
People Who Stutter Speak For Themselves
A Head Injury Comes With A Life Sentence
by Blaine Stanziana
added August 19, 1999
last updated July 9, 2000