I think calling it iConnect24Support would be cool.  Probably would also need the iConnect2Support.com and maybe also the iConnect4Support.com domains registered so that the support sites could be used for having some sort of verification process with the app.  Primarily just to keep people from being taken advantage of, though there's not really a fool proof way.   A video chat forum would be quite cool, I think.  I think that folks with brain injuries are likelier to be somewhat more patient and understanding, and interested in helping others improve their language skills, or whatever.  Who knows for sure?  Maybe I am off in my judgements about wanting to help others succeed.

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