These articles are with reference to my journey and how I have coped with the changes in my life. My objective is to attempt to assist others who find themselves in a similar circumstance.
Maybe I can help someone to be aware of what might happen and recognize the signs as they arrive. I am not qualified in medicine in any way.
I have been a quadriplegic for 15 years and I hope in some small way that what I went through may be able to make other quadriplegic people become more aware of what might happen in their future.
I am luckier than most quadriplegics, because I have full sensation in all of my body. I am similar to other quadriplegics but having full sensation has its good and bad points. I feel pain and that can be extremely uncomfortable but it’s a sure indicator that something is wrong with my body. Even though it hurts having intact sensation, it does save me from having the headaches of getting frequent bed sores that other quadriplegics get as I can detect the problems before they get worse. Continue reading
There are other disability equipment I use in and around my home.
Images One & Two – Arm exercising equipment created for me by my carer.