Yesterday, I wrote an article introducing a revision of a power point presentation that I offered at the 11th Annual NKY TBI Conference.
Today I am creating a video presentation of the article introducing the revised power point presentation: Experiencing a second chance to live after a brain injury PowerPoint Presentation. This video presentation of the article is created to share the information with individuals who learn through watching and listening.
To listen to and watch this video presentation, you may click on this link: Experiencing a second chance to live after a brain injury PowerPoint Presentation Video Presentation
Reason I revised the power point presentation
I revised the power point presentation to edit text, media and to make active the resource links offered on slides 23 -28 as reflected on my Resources Available on Second Chance to Live page. I added a hyperlink to my neuroplasticity video presentation contained on slide 22 from the video presentation that I uploaded to YouTube.
I changed the title of the power point presentation to reflect the message contained within the power point presentation. The change: from Brain Injury Recovery, is a Process, not a Destination Power Point Presentation to Experiencing a second chance to live after a brain injury Power Point Presentation.
Below is the article introducing the revised power point presentation. Included is a link to the power point presentation, which you can click on to open the presentation. Once the presentation has opened, I would invite you to scroll through and read each of the slides. As you do and questions come to mind, please send them to me. All questions are good questions.
I am available to give this power point presentation at your upcoming conference.
Article Introducing the Revised PowerPoint Presentation
Following a brain injury, we may find ourselves asking, “Will I ever have the opportunity to experience a second chance to live?”. As a result, we may find ourselves discouraged and disheartened. This was my experience for many years. But I am glad that I did not give up.
For many years, experiencing a second chance to live seemed out of reach, as I kept running into walls. This continued until I reach a point in time. A point in time when I could no longer deny my reality. A point in time when I started to experience my own second chance to live.
Over the past several days I worked on revising a power point presentation that I offered during a recent keynote presentation. In the revision, I edited text and media and created active links to resources made available through slides 23 through 28. I changed the title of the power point presentation to reflect the message shared through the presentation. To open the powerpoint presentation, you may click on this link.
In the event that you are searching for your second chance to live after your brain injury, I would invite you to read through my power point presentation. May my experience, strength, and hope encourage you to not give up on your process. May what I share motivate you to keep searching for your own second chance to live. May what I share through my power point presentation encourage you to trust the process, a loving God, and yourself. May what I share through my powerpoint presentation give you hope.
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