Three years ago today, I hosted the very first meeting for what is now a really tight-knit, wonderful community of folks with a wide variety of conditions which impact day-to-day functionality.
Visually impaired like me? I've got you- here's the audio recording of this article: https://soundcloud.com/sunny-ammerman/article-transcription-chronic-illness-what-ive-learned-un-learned-and-am-still-learning?si=893062727ce244f3a04e038368c94561&utm_source=clipboard&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=social_sharing It's been such a long time, but I'm back! I really miss blogging. I think it's time I made it a habit again. A lot has happened since I was last posting actively here. I'll try my best to keep … Continue reading Chronic Illness: What I’ve learned, un-learned, and am still learning
I am hosting an event on Altspace to discuss the potential for VR to have a positive impact on the lives of people who are homebound due to health, disabilities, or other reasons. I'll share what I have discovered regarding real technologies being developed to improve the lives of people who can't easily get out … Continue reading How can VR help homebound individuals?
February 29th, the most rare day on the calendar, is Rare Disease Day! This is an internationally recognized day dedicated to spreading awareness of the existence of rare disorders as well as an opportunity to learn about and support legislation that will help those affected by them. Every year, I host events online on the … Continue reading Rare Disease Day 2020