my friend who has had a tbi 5 yrs ago is not able to use his right side. well unfortunately he was right handed. how do i help him with trying to learn to write with his left hand???? he wasn't always like this, in the beginning he was cooking, cleaning, walking. one day at home he started getting very abusive with his wife(this is what i was told), i didn't know him than, well anyway she divorced him, and now he is in a nursing home. he has a very hard time remembering, but i want to help him try and write. how do i go about helping him to do that? what steps do i need to take??
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