I’m not in a wheelchair but I’ve just got back into cycling and I’m really enjoying it. For some reason a link to this came up on my fb page and I thought some people here might be interested, it looks really fun! https://notawheelchair.com/
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Hi all, does everyone know if you purchase certain disability products/ make home adaptions some specific works are vat exempt. I know there is a form to complete, if anyone has done this, did they come across hurdles/ barriers to it? Col 😁
Social distancing is vital to stop covid-19 but it seems that no thought was given to people with reduced or limited mobility. Entrances closer to parking have been closed to limit access so I had to go to the only entrance at the other side of the building. No air cons to not spread the virus are …
I literally have no idea how to edit a post on here. Do you guys know how to access this or are you unable to do so here? I can’t stand spelling mistakes and my careless poor grammar at times. All the best! Regards, Jay.
Hi anyone, I’m doing some research on folding electric wheelchairs. Ideally prefer if able to use both indoor & outdoor, on grass for example. What’s people’s experience, Colette
Hi everyone! I’m just coming back to check in as I realise I’ve not been around for a while. I had NEDA (No Evidence of Disease Activity) on my last MRI and have been feeling fine since then *touch wood* I became friends with an amazing woman who also has MS and hosts a podcast about li…