Although I have had ALS over five years, I am a new member to this forum and would like to introduce myself.
I was diagnosed back in February 2011.
Physically, from the chin up, I am doing well. I can still speak – albeit softly – and eat which I am very grateful for. South of...
2016 Permobil M300 Corpus 3G - Fully loaded
Near mint condition - Accessories included
Power tilt, recline, and leg-rests - 8" power seat lift
Link to craigslist ad (more images here)
Free local pickup (I'm in Redmond, OR) ... $500 for freight shipment to anyone else in the U.S...
I have a vertical wheelchair lift that I would like to donate/sell. It was installed in my home to carry my husband in his power wheelchair from the first floor to the second floor. It is just under 2 years old and was only used for about 14 months and is still like new. It has a battery...
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Slow but relentless progression of PLS
Submitted by mrs70 on Fri, 03/10/2017 - 15:26
Hi, I just found this site today and am glad to have found you.
I was diagnosed with PLS in 1998. So, I have been living with it a long time. It's been slow, but...
My daughter and I went to WalMart today, and I went to the car section where they sell mitts to clean cars. I purchased two of them, and with a little struggle, they fit perfectly over each of my foot plates on my PWC. What a difference! And for under $3 each. They are soft and very...
My husband just got his "insurance" power wheelchair yesterday. He had been using a Q6 edge loaner. The tech had to elevate the seat in the Edge mechanically because it did not have the elevate function, so it sat high. He now got a the Permobile F3, which he seems to fit in better. We were...
This is my first post, but I have been lurking for a while, soaking up all the information I can process. Let me tell you, I have learned more on this forum than all other venues available, and I thank you all.
My husband started with foot drop in 2011, then fasciculations and...
I am trying to get some things ready for when the power wheelchair comes. I needed help moving a very heavy L shaped desk.
I posted on facebook that I needed help and within 30 minutes I had 5 different men knocking on my door.
I have a lot of good friends that I am super thankful for.
Who has everyone used to get their power wheelchair? I have heard many say NuMotion but they don't seem to be in network with UHC.
Has anyone used anyone besides them and had good luck? I want someone that can help us get the right chair and also help get features paid for by the insurance.