Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Audio for Daniel

Wednesday June 3, 2009
Day 36

Some see a hopeless end,
while others see an endless hope. ~Author Unknown

Help. Continuing the effort to provide audio stimuli,
it would be nice if someone had a spare portable
CD player, or one of those real small players that have
programmed music. We'd like to play some
music or voice recordings during those times when
visitors are at a minimum. I know he enjoys reggae,
Bob Marley, Big Mountain, Burning Spear, Peter Tosh,
Jimmy Cliff, etc.
Could you contact Victor Vega via email if you can help:
He can't use those head phones that go over the top of his
head, if you have the small light weight in-the-ear type, those
would work best. Thanks


  1. I hope Daniel gets two more weeks at Sharp. The care is fantastic and it would be much easier for family to visit and assist with his therapy. I agree that we, his family, and I don't mean family by blood-line only, are his best chance at regaining his abilities and strength.

    I know what you mean Sal, about tracking with both eyes. His right eye is the lazy one and I told him so last night. I said "use that other eye don't get lazy on me"...and then both eyes shifted simultaneously; ever so slightly. Then he went to sleep, it will take millions (literally) of repititions, according to the research Sal has cited so, yes we urge you to talk to him, sing to him, whisper to him, touch him, it is good advice. And you'll find it to be incredibly easy, because it is afterall Daniel and we love him. Don't be shy.

    Vic Man Vega

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  4. Regarding the video above, I only sent the link for the song...not the video. Sorry if it was a downer to anyone. My husband pointed out to me that the content was inappropriate under the circumstances. I just watched the video and didn't realize the content earlier. Again, I only thought the song was nice. Sorry if it upset anyone.

  5. No worries Sarah. We are all O.K.