Today One of my four points broke on my seatbelt, so I attempted to get a script from the doctor. By the way when the nurse from hell answered I knew it was going to be a bitch getting the script I need it. She kept arguing about the order in which things had to be there and I told her the wheelchair company said the opposite. I would like to point out this always happens with this particular nurse. They are the nurses and Dr. H is ood about getting Scripps but this nurse is a raging bitch. When I attempted to call a second time the same nurse answered, so I hung up and tried again. The third nurse was completely understanding and sympathetic about my dilemma.
I have my seating appointment on Friday. When you have a custom molded seat done. They basically put you in a giant bing bag chair and are you going to tell them where you would like it built up more and where you need it maybe a little less support. I feel pretty good about this mold. It Felt very supportive. I can’t wait to get my new chair, because this seating system is sitting on the base. I have a lot of pressure sores do to that.
Sometimes I would forget to tell my attendance to turn on my floor lamp in the living room and I would be left in the dark. Sometimes I would run and get my neighbor to do it, but I didn’t want to keep bothering him. I found this Nifty little gadgets on Amazon. All you do is plug the little Outlet into an outlet and it comes with a remote. Just remember to switch the lamp in the on position or it will not work. The gadget was only $11. I hope this find is helpful to other people in my predicament.
I want to be sure that this new wheelchair will be right for me. The last couple wheelchairs when I exactly a good fit. I need a wheelchair for how I drive and live. Everybody wants to push the q6 edge on me, but I know that’s not that wheelchair for me. I think Pride Mobility must give salespeople really good incentives to sell their chairs, because you don’t hear the other companies’ wheelchairs. I am currently looking into the wheelchair that quickie has out.