Deaf doctor makes patients feel heard. Attitude is the most valuable possession you will ever carry with you.

Deaf doctor makes patients feel heard
http://www.cnn.com/2015/05/20/health/human-factor-philip-zazove/index.html

What an awesome story! I love people who are disabled to prove that people can do anything else can do.

I did when I bet bypassed a bachelor’s degree and did the work of a master certification program the Chapman University in Orange California. I was the co-founder of the Epilepsy Connection helping people in three countries and various counties in California where I lived at the time.
At the Summit Meeting I held there people paid $250 to hear me speak, and I had a classroom of 50. I created a PowerPoint presentation explaining what epilepsy was but it wasn’t and how you can acquire it and I answered questions with handouts. at the beginning of the presentation I said a friend of mine had epilepsy and that’s why I always cared to help others. at the very end I said by the way, the friend was me.
People took a double take and looked with shock at me sayimg “I never would have known, as they shook my hand and said what an honor it was to meet me.

Anyone can do anything in this world, and we all carry some trial or tribulation on our shoulders.
Attitude is the key most important possession you’ll ever take with you in your life.
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Paulette L Motzko in
Huntington Beach, CA
Photography by Nick Belman.
Graphic design and photo editing by PLM Studios,
Paulette Motzko

Written by
Paulette Le Pore Motzko
May 27th 2015
4:26 a.m.