Is there any way to mail my father-in-law a newsletter (instead of email) to his home. He does not have email. He was diagnosed with Parkinson’s and is very eager to learn as much as he can about his condition.
He has no access to computers (he can’t even turn one on). I printed out as much as I can from different sites, but he still wants more. If it is at all possible, he would be so happy and I would be once again his favorite daughter-in-law.
All the best,
I have two possibilities for your father-in-law to consider. First, I have published a print book, Pioneers of Recovery which he (or you) could order. You can order the print book or receive nine CD’s which are recordings of the interviews or even purchase an MP3 player that is loaded with the interviews. The publication company can give your father in law instructions on how to use the fully loaded MP3 player if he is interested in listening while he exercises or takes walks. There is a ton of helpful information in the Pioneers of Recovery interviews.
Information on Pioneers of Recovery is at: http://www.pioneersofrecovery.com
If you decide to order the book or cds or MP3 player, enter the code word “pioneers” in the coupon code field on the shopping cart and you will receive a 25% discount on whatever is ordered.
I will publish my own book Road to Recovery out soon, but it is not currently available in print format.
I will talk with my support company to see if they are willing to mail out the newsletters. Maybe something can be set up. I know there are many other people in the same situation as your father in law.
There are many wonderful therapies that help. I hope he finds what he needs to start feeling a lot better soon.
All the best.
Robert Rodgers, PhD.