It occurred to me whilst chatting to someone recently that the price of disabled products seem unfairly high considering their necessity to some people. Take for example a simple vinyl sign for my car window to politely request people leave sufficient space for my wheelchair ramp – £7; or a roof box a friend recently purchased for his wheelchair (which is constantly breaking down) – £5000!; or a wheelchair ramp which comprises a bit of aluminium, steel safety rope and a small motor – £3000; and the motorised indoor office chair which allows me access to cupboards and printers – £6.500! 243 more words
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Michelle and her sister who have just launched their brand new website as a distributorship for Trekinetic. I wish them all the best for a long and successful career making lives easier and more enjoyable for every new Trekinetic owner.
What a lovely surprise to come home to a bouquet of flowers – and a lovely one at that! It is a rare occasion that I receive flowers and my first reaction was that they must have been delivered to the wrong house; but no, checking the little card nestled amongst the foliage confirmed they were definitely mine. 133 more words
Our Olympic adventure started with days, and days on the internet and phone trying to get some tickets! I must say that it was definitely worth the effort because we eventually headed off to London for theday to visit the Olympic park followed by the afternoon session in Greenwich Park to watch the equestrian events. 23 more words
It was with great relief that my wheelchair arrived at the door of the plane – and in one piece, unmangled!
Having learned from the last couple of disasters, hubby and I took a piece of 50mm plumbing pipe that was lying around our personal landfill site, cut it down one side and taped this over the shock absorbers release mechanism. 56 more words