I'm Aoi Hashima , an occupational therapist working in Saga Sumai and Fukuoka.
It has been almost a year and a half since I started learning web writing.
Even now, the days I receive instruction online.
I am learning how to write convincing sentences.
Thanks everyone, this blog has been going for over 600 days with a goal of one article per day, but I guess it's thanks to everyone who reads it for their support.
Every now and then I get messages like "Isn't it hard to post an article a day?" or "Teach me how to blog."
Although this is an additional version, I still want to write a blog.
Visibility and Readability
When blogging, the most important thing is to make it easy to view and read.
A set of sentences is called text, and I leave two lines between each text.
Also, only emphasized sentences are written in bold.
When I started Ameblo, I used a colorful blog, but people with higher brain dysfunction found it difficult to read colorful sentences.
I am writing this blog with as few colors as possible.
I'm learning by writing for the web when character count is related to readability.
Regarding the number of characters in a sentence, it is said that 30 to 60 characters are easy to read.
what you want to convey
I post on my blog every day, and I want to write about what patients want to know while in the hospital and what I hope to know after being discharged from the hospital and recovering from a stroke.
Even after reviewing the results of the recovery questionnaire for stroke survivors and their families, I learned that there was still a lack of information.
Based on this fact, I want to break down the patient's needs as much as possible.
In this blog, I cite various papers and continue the blog with images digested and conveyed to patients.
The information used must be highly reliable.
Papers used in this blog are those that can be downloaded for free.
If a blog title catches your eye, read to the end of the blog, you'll find the address of the cited paper at the end, so use that.
I still can't convey the necessary information
After getting messages and questions from people who read my blog, I feel like I'm still not able to convey the necessary information.
Not only does it encourage me when I get a question, but after I get a question, I have more and more things to tell you.
I want to send information that leads to daily self-training and what I want you to know while you're in the hospital.
At the end
One of the reasons I'm able to post an article a day is that it's based on the questions I get from everyone.
Not everyone's acceptable blog, but I'll write in my own way.
☆*:.｡Thank you for reading to the end. ｡.:*☆
This article was reprinted on October 21 , 2022 on Aoi Hashima's blog " Stroke Rehabilitation Longevity Consultation Center " .