I would love to know how your friend/neighbor does that with no feet. Does she have artificial lower legs? Some people do really well with them. I mean she has to get her scooter either in the car or on the scooter lift, then walk to the driver's side of the car, get where she's going and walk back to get her scooter out of the car or off the lift,
etc. She can't do that on stumps. RR loads and unloads my scooter. I can barely lift the battery. Eventually we will probably buy a lift for it.
When we leave the house my scooter is my legs. If the scooter wont work, we use the wheelchair. Though small, my scooter doesn't get around this home very well. And it's too low to do cooking though I can prepare some meals on the table and RR cooks them. It's too low to dust anything above what I can reach from the seat. They have to be low so disabled people can easily get on them.
I can't stand for more than 5 minutes or so, so house cleaning is out. I would love to know how your friend reaches things to dust and clean from her scooter.
It was taking me forever to do one room before I got this bad. I couldn't keep up any more, that's why we hired Donna.
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