Hey volks! howr you doing?
I gud and at quickly attempt to do a blog at library.
Part of ataxia is the loss of vocal cords right? Yes, it is noted that it is a major feature of ataxia.
When I was growing up, I was quite articulated and pretty much loquacious. I was talkative. Plus I loved, still do, to read and pick up new words and phrases.
When I my hearing started to deteriorate, and I started picking up ASL, I was around 21 or 22 when I started to be more skilled with ASL. I used my voice at home, with family.
Now, 28 years later, I am much skilled ASL, I yet my voice has gone to hell in a handbasket.
Over the last 4 years I have noticed words with two or three syllables have become unattainable. Most notably are:
– others to come later.
My thought processes and my voice are not always on the same page. What I meant to say is not what actually comes out. The same happens, on occassion, when I signing.
It is part of my neurological ataxia. And, sadly, it will get furse.
Bear with me, patience please, if you meet me and I spray you with nonsense blather. I am trying hard to tell you something!
Thank you for listening!
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