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Hi from sunny Scotland

Postby Maclehose » 03 May 2016, 19:12

Hi to everyone on the forum.
I'm now 50 years young, have Cerebral palsy,
http://professional.medtronic.com/pt/ne ... yjlNBzTWpY
Medtronics baclofen pump, had my first powerchair at 12, a BEC, destroyed that, graduated to a Vessa Viteese at 14, eventually sold it when I was 17 to help buy a used car. Well if we call an 1978 1.5 Allegro Auto a car? Noop, going to defend it, got me passed my test & beyond.
Thankfully after that I found I didn't really need a powerchair,. Long gap boring details bla bla bla 2011 a crowd of us attacked Ben Nevis;
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pl ... qOmcmjg_6Y
I recently found myself in the sad situation of having to acquire a used powerchair for my Mother. Picked a...... Not sure if I should admit this on this forum due to comments.... An Invacare Spectra for £100. Maybe I got it wrong, maybe he should have paid ME to TAKE it????
I was thinking about some simple upgrades first, & a box of matches & gallon of petrol doesn't count!
Suggestions?
Thanks & looking forward to being part of this community.
Andy
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Re: Hi from sunny Scotland

Postby Maclehose » 03 May 2016, 19:24

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