Wheelchair dancing the Macarena! Who says you can’t dance in a wheelchair? Paraplegic and wife enjoy dancing post-accident. Continue reading What’s new? Wheelchair dancing the Macarena – that’s what!
5 years post motorcycle accident: grateful to be alive, paraplegic counts the blessings. Continue reading 5 years since THE call. The 5 Year Anniversary of my husband’s accident. We are grateful.
Adaptive Equipment allows paraplegic to live as independently as possible. Here, he demonstration of chocks to make transferring safer. Continue reading Adaptive Equipment: Paraplegic demonstrates chocks to stabilize wheelchair
Paraplegic demonstrates adaptive tools for independent living. Paraplegics, disabled, elderly, wheelchair users. Continue reading Adaptive Equipment: The Grabber – Paraplegic demonstrates its uses
Ever wonder how paraplegics get dressed? Putting on and removing shoes is part of a series of videos and posts to inspire and educate. Continue reading Paraplegic demonstrates putting on and removing shoes.
Wheelchair dancing! Yes, it’s a thing! After my husband’s accident, we found new ways to dance together. Here’s our video of The Git Up Challenge. We hope you enjoy! Continue reading Life as Paraplegic: Dancing The Git Up Dance Challenge
15 minute adaptive workout for wheelchair users, disabled, paraplegics. It works for able-bodied people who sit all day too! Continue reading 15 minute adaptive workout for home, office, airplane….
Avoiding germs and the corona virus is on everyone’s mind. Learn how to put on and remove sterile gloves. Continue reading How to put sterile gloves on and how to remove them.
My last post about my husband Arthur in rehab ended with “One way or the other, Arthur will be out of his current facility tomorrow.”
If only that statement were true.
Maybe our journey will help you navigate the medical system should you ever need to. Continue reading The “joys” of transferring my husband from sub-acute to acute rehab.
My husband is a paraplegic. Nothing is simple. Especially double carpal tunnel surgery. Without his hands, he can’t push his wheelchair or take care of his bathroom needs. Here’s an excerpt from his life in rehab. Continue reading A day (or two) in the life of a paraplegic in rehab after surgery.