Finances for Head Injured are just Good Money Tips For Everyone

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Finances for head injured can still be diffucult for years. Make it easy to keep with some tips that make sense for everyone!

For some as myself just after my ‘extended’ hospital stay and even years later… Yes still not sure if everything is paid or if I;m missing a payment date, YUK… I’m afraid many have seen those bank or credit  fines

Writ e down bills, due dates, amounts, . YOur hand wriring may not be great but use  large printing or post it notes or use computer print out. If a dentist or somene sends a postcard reminder or invitation, keep it visable. It may not seem to well organized or may seem like clutter to some but keep some sort of date and payment reminders visable. OIften out of sitre, is forgotten.

Sure even a calendar with notes will work.

If ylou can use automated bank paymentmts, many banks now have free check paying services.

YOu can set it uo so payments are not missed

If you can , make annual payments on things as car insurance or other where a missed payment is serious consequences..

 

Make it easy on yourself to save, use automatic  deposits and transfers.

 

Lesson Learned…


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Hemiparesis Living Care, Rehabilitation Recovery, Safety: Includes Care for living with : One Side Partial Paralysis or Muscle Weakness, Footdrop or Spasticity resulting from Head Injury or Stroke
Home Care and Safety, Rehabilitation exercises,associated conditions, problem areas, treatment options, behavioral, emotional consequences, realistic goals, future expectations, resources, brain training and safety practices are covered. Safety and care at home of those affected is the primary focus. This book compiles researching current health care practices emphasizing safety with reviewing valuable lessons learned and studied in over 30 years since the author 'awoke' from a coma, revealing his own partial paralysis or hemiparesis and beginning the road back through rehabilitation and subsequent successful life an an engineer and self growth author