Here's a taste of the communication news I’ve found interesting recently.
Communication News Roundup
• Making music with eye-pointing after devastating stroke
• TV presenters, jargon dysphasia and conspiracy theories
• Listen, don't talk. Good advice
• A plea for face to face communication in an online world
• Stories of hope for locked in syndrome sufferers
• Who else wants to publish a Kindle eBook? (this one's a guest post I wrote recently).
This week, Action for Happiness launched in the UK with a Facebook page.
I'm pleased to say that SpeechContacts was ahead of the game, with our iHappiness app for iPhone and iPad already available.
Once you’ve uploaded this FREE app to your device, click the icon every day and read a new suggestion to help you build your resilience, flourish and grow happier and more contented.
Click the bird on the web page HERE to find your app.
SpeechContacts is on Facebook
Maybe you’d like to visit our new SpeechContacts Facebook page and leave a comment.
I write this Communication Blog
Frances Evesham: on the run around Europe for years, with only a husband, three children and a succession of opinionated cats to keep me out of trouble. Somerset stopped me in my tracks. Now I walk in the country and breathe sea air. I will get around to cleaning the house soon.
I've been a speech therapist, a professional communication fiend and a road sweeper. I sometimes work in the criminal courts to uphold fair questioning of people with special needs.
I smell the roses, lavender and rosemary as I cook with a glass of wine in one hand and a bunch of chillies in the other. Writing historical romances and books on communication leaves enough time to enjoy bad jokes and puns and wish I’d kept on with the piano lessons.