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  1. DaChief

    On an Adventure

    My Rhine Cruise adventure got off with a bang. FLight from Orlando to JFK in New York was delayed for three hours so we finally left about 2pm. I settled back, got a beer, then relaxed as I had a few hour layover at JFK before my flight to Zurich. Fast forward to 2am sitting in Boston after...
  2. L

    looking for a wall mount bathroom sink

    I want to install a wall mount sink. While there are many available, I haven't found what I'm looking for. I would like one deep enough so I can wash my wife's hair and minimal front lip so she can brush her teeth. So ideally it would have a sloped front yet larger and deeper than most...
  3. J

    Being baptized today - Not a religious post

    Jay asked to be baptized so we're having it done tonight. Instead of being sprinkled with water he wants to be submerged in the water. Which will require them to lay him on a sheet and put him in the water. I don't see this as being possible. He has no use of arms and cannot walk. I tried to...
  4. F

    Bad Judgement

    Are you two twins? No, why do you ask? Because your mommy dressed you both in the same clothes. OK, that's enough, your drivers license, please.
  5. preacherman

    Please Just Roll Over and Die...

    My wife and I have recently moved and we have had to change clilnics. I have not been impressed with the new clinic and have been trying to figure out what has really been bugging me about the new set of doctors I am seeing.... The old clinic I went to, I shared one of my hobbies with the head...
  6. I

    Trendy adaptive/wheelchair clothes

    Hey guys! I'm doing my senior thesis on re-designing adaptive clothing/update it to fit in with current trends for wheelchair users and just wanted some feedback from a few people and I figured this forum would be the best place to ask! Let me know what are the most annoying things about...
  7. D

    Myths about hospice care

    Myth No. 1: Hospice care is only intermittent. The truth: There are multiple instances of PALS who have needed and received 8, 16, or even 20 hours per day of in-home nursing shift care. Unless a patient’s insurance plan clearly and specifically limits it, there is no limit to the amount of...
  8. robynp

    Caregiver/husband

    My husband seems unable to grasp the concept of my limitations. He has not read any of the materials about ALS. He can see my exhaustion, can see my limp, can see my dropped foot prosthetic, can see that I use a rollater walker, can see me lagging behind him 10 ft when he walks. Case in...
  9. JennyC

    Non ALS post, a laugh for you at my expense

    Sometimes I just like to talk about normal things with you guys too....okay so this isn't normal but it was so hilariously awful that I figured it would give everyone a giggle I was going to see my mom today, I am at exit 19 and she is in between exits 10 an 11. Takes maybe 40-45 minutes to get...
  10. E

    Thanks for the answers..

    Hey guys , my english bad so please ignore it as possible. (Age:25 Sex :Male) There are weird things happening to my body since around mid of this august.Atleast i realize them(dont know). {First there was a uncontrollable(not small movement,i cant make that with same frequency) movement on...
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