I get so tired of people selling stuff by providing information about how the product helped one other person. Or, by providing only part of the story. I have been a special needs parent for over 18 years, give me solid data; not some miracle about one person. There are over a billion people in this
Last week I had the pleasure of attending a working about spina bifida and gait. The following is a table from that presentation which indicates the age at which a child with spina bifida started and stopped walking based on the research project being reviewed. Thoracic High Lumbar L1-L2 Mid Lumbar L3 Low Lumbar L4-L5 Sacral
A greats fitting wheelchair is essential. You know your kid, you know your body. Active participation and yes sometimes insurance appeals are needed to assure you get what you need.
I still remember getting Mel’s first chair. Read about it here: https://transitionalmoment.wordpress.com/2012/11/30/mels-first-wheelchair/
Can a person, with a disability, work and still receive benefits? This is the question I have asked for a few month now. It seems it is possible. Yet, it seems only possible, if you understand all the complicated criteria and restrictions. I recently contacted a local social worker for assistance and she sent me the following information. Thanks