The wardrobe syndrome
… or locked in syndrome in the artistic and written version.
Once upon a time, before the Internet on such
a scale as it is today, came to Poland, there were people who also wrote. 553 more words
What would you do?
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Imagine wakening from a deep sleep to find yourself fully conscious but unable to move any voluntary muscles save for the muscles that control your vertical eye movements.
I have recently been embroiled in a case which has concerned me so much that I write this blog in the hope it helps others. 499 more words
It sounds like a pretty cool idea right there, but for those with medical conditions that don’t allow them to control Glass by voice or touch – such as those with locked-in syndrome – this could change their lives. 227 more words
This website was set up primarily to goad, urge, chivvy and generally encourage people who have been paralysed or severely disabled by stroke and locked-in syndrome, along with their families, doctors, nurses and carers. 288 more words