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HI everyone , I am on a personal crusade to highlight the access to Wheelchairs and the consequences of the changes in eligibility criteria .I am being supported by Healthwatch Bolton. If you or your cared for person have any experience both good and bad about getting a wheelchair , having one repai...
<t>my mum has just been assessed for a new chair as she needs very specialist seating , I have had a quote for a chair that is over £3000 , ridiculous especially as the delivery time is 4-6 weeks and mum is classed as being in 'terminal stage' of Alzhiemers. if anyone by any chance has or knows of a...
<t>The pain issue is often ignored by medics , I have just had to 'remind' my mums doctor to add her co-codamol back to her prescription (she had left hospital without it on her prescription) my reason for requesting them was my mum has had osteo-arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis which since her ea...
<t>A little Christmas miracle. My mum was diagnosed in 2002 with Alzheimer's and with the help of meds has put up a big fight but in the last few months its been heartbreaking to see her begin to lose the battle. She often sits for hours passively or when she does speak it comes out all jumbled up. ...
have a fabulous day x
<t>so sorry to hear your news, I too asked the same question re my mum and the reply I got from mums GP was " there are no survivors of Alzheimers" only people who are battling it. A tough answer but it has made me appreciate that I am in effect dealing with a terminal illness and I totally understa...
If you chose to get married in a hotel ask to see their accessible bedroom, most big hotels have one. The bathroom are usually wet room sized and the hoist etc could be stored in the room all day and maybe mum can get a lie down if it gets too much .
Thanks for you replies , the timers area good idea i never thought of that. will be investing in some very soon.
<t>my mum in law has vascular dementia and recently has started just sitting in the dark when the natural light goes away and she forgets or just doesn't switch on the lights/lamps. when we go in and turn on the lights she says "oh I was going to that in a minute". I wondered if anyone knows of a li...
http://www.kitchenappliances123.co.uk/s ... -p5283.htm

expensive I know but does show they exist . it seem you need to contact business catering equipment providers as some do a drop down door as well.

good luck