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    Yesterday, 01:43 PM
    dkleinsmith replied to a thread Smart Drive in Equipment
    I followed up by finding the operation manual for the MX2+. Looks like 3 different modes. It's nice that they kept the original mode of the MX1. ...
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    02-23-2018, 11:16 AM
    dkleinsmith replied to a thread Smart Drive in Equipment
    Thanks for the replies. Gordy are saying the MX2+ has a sensing mode similar to the MX1?
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    02-23-2018, 02:20 AM
    dkleinsmith started a thread Smart Drive in Equipment
    My wife is considering getting a Smart Drive. She tried out the MX2 the other day and didn't like all the "tapping" she had to do. I'm sure with...
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    02-14-2018, 02:05 PM
    dkleinsmith replied to a thread Freedom Trax in Equipment
    The Freedom Trax is something I'm really interested in getting for my wife. Anyone in Oregon have one we could look at?
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    02-08-2018, 01:25 PM
    dkleinsmith replied to a thread Numotion same joke in Equipment
    Whats the average wait time on a new chair through NuMotion? The rep out of Portland told me that the order literally sits within NuMotion for 60...
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    02-01-2018, 01:35 PM
    I'm currently working with NuMotion on a new chair for my wife and we're looking at the Aero Z Series 2. We visited with the rep yesterday and he...
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April 1, 1960 (57)
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A family member of or other caregiver of a person with SCI/D?
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Hood River, Oregon
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Taking care of my wife.
My wife has had a rough couple years. Started out as Acute Myeloid Leukemia. Went through a bone marrow transplant with success but developed GVHD (graft verses host disease). This affected her eye sight and mouth. On top of that she suffered a stroke, she was given blood thinners which caused a spinal bleed at the T10 and left her a paraplegic. They believe this was because of an undetected condition called Atypical HUS which there isn't cure, but with the right drug she can lead as norrmal a life as possible.
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I joined this forum to learn as much as possible about living as a paraplegic.
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I was researching the FreeWheel and ended up here.
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