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Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Tips for Writing Checks

By Aphasia Expert, Paul Berger

I have aphasia, a language problem from my stroke. This means I have trouble with names, including names of people, names of days of the week, and names of numbers. This can be a problem when writing checks.

I usually pay bills and keep track of my business accounts on the computer. I've been using Quicken since I had my stroke, and most of my check-writing is just a few clicks.

There are times, however, when I need to write a check by hand. Stephanie wrote out a list of the names of numbers for me to use. I've been using it for years, and keep it with my checkbook I take it to the grocery store, shopping mall, restaurant, and any other place I might write a check. Click here to order your own checkbook tip card.

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