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    The first van I bought back in 2001 came from a...

    The first van I bought back in 2001 came from a small local shop, they put a tower style hose clamp on my turn signal lever to operate the wipers and it works so well it has moved on to two other...
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    I had a 2001 Invacare Torque with the upgrade 4...

    I had a 2001 Invacare Torque with the upgrade 4 pole motors and recently got a 2017 Invacare Torque with the upgrade 4 pole motors and there is definitely as much or more of a whine from the new...
  3. USB Power Plug for powerchairs on kickstarter

    We are excited to launch our latest USB charger / power plug on kickstarter, this is the smallest available on the market. These are more than just phone chargers, so we are including an LED light...
  4. I agree 100% with the previous posts, Medicaid...

    I agree 100% with the previous posts, Medicaid eligibility should not be affected by Medicare eligibility. He will become what is commonly referred to as "dual-eligible", with Medicare as a primary...
  5. Medicaid, not Medicare, and only if the state...

    Medicaid, not Medicare, and only if the state opts in. The actual services offered will vary between states. States can also offer insurance exchanges where you can shop for policies.
  6. Ditto what SCI-Nurse said, the ADAPT link is...

    Ditto what SCI-Nurse said, the ADAPT link is appreciated.

    Medicaid rules vary by state, CMS only sets loose federal regulations the states must follow. In Colorado we waived the Nurse Practice...
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    I disagree. Home health aides and personal...

    I disagree. Home health aides and personal caregivers have to work independently, are expected to recognizes issues well above their pay grade (skin sores, respiratory distress, general health...
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    Your local ILC (http://www.silcga.org/cils) is...

    Your local ILC is your best best, as SCI-Nurse said every state has different Medicaid rules.

    There are 2 key questions:
    Do you qualify for Medicaid?
    Is there a program in GA you qualify for...
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    I think we all need to watch this VERY carefully,...

    I think we all need to watch this VERY carefully, Monopoly's rarely result in good outcomes for the consumer. The top people from ATG in Colorado are working with the disability community here to...
  10. Your home care is funded by Medicare, or...

    Your home care is funded by Medicare, or Medicaid? If Medicaid I might know a few hings, if Medicare hopefully somebody else knows something.
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    I'd suggest contacting an Independent Living...

    I'd suggest contacting an Independent Living Center or California ADAPT.
  12. It is a slow melt in the USA, but we are warming...

    It is a slow melt in the USA, but we are warming up gradually. The cliff effects are the most discouraging, tiered reductions as income increases make more sense than the all or nothing most face now.
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    The Medicaid coverage under the Affordable Care...

    The Medicaid coverage under the Affordable Care Act is not required to be as robust as that provided under current eligibility categories.

    As for getting back on SSDI, you can easily during your...
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    I love my Onetouch, but they are hit and miss...

    I love my Onetouch, but they are hit and miss from reviews I've read. I would exchange it if I were you, make sure you didn't get a lemon.

    Anybody tried a good restaurant can opener?...
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    It just didn't keep my house cool lat summer,...

    It just didn't keep my house cool lat summer, haven't used it for heat much as I like my baseboard hot water. I am optimistic that the 8"+ of blown in insulation I gt last week will help a lot with...
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    I have a 24,000 BTU dual zone system, a ...

    I have a 24,000 BTU dual zone system, a Fujitsu AOU24RLXFZ outdoor unit (my eyes aren't good enough to read the indoor head model numbers). My house is about 1800 sq.ft., has 8 ft. ceilings, and I...
  17. US Patent's...

    US Patent's only are valuable if you have the means to sue a company for selling a product that violates your patent. The patent office is searchable, knowing what to search for is the tricky part....
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    I have one of these systems, a dual head, and am...

    I have one of these systems, a dual head, and am on the fence about its performance. As long it is between 40° F and 80° F ambient it does ok, outside that range they can't keep up in my house. I...
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    edicaid is not Medicaid is not Medicaid....

    Medicaid has federal rules administered by CMS, but states have great latitude within those federal rules to design and operate their Medicaid programs. A functional needs assessment is a standard...
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    I too have never tried a Bounder, but they look...

    I too have never tried a Bounder, but they look amazing and like Millard said are 100% American made. An H-frame with suspension and knobby tires might suit you well. The Invacare RangerX is tried...
  21. I can provide some insight on Colorado....

    I can provide some insight on Colorado. Children's Hospital in Denver, with satellite facilities around the state, is supposed to be an amazing hospital; I have no personal experience but my friends...
  22. I bought a Kuschall a few years ago from...

    I bought a Kuschall a few years ago from sportaid.com, heard along the way there were no longer any US distributors though. Looks like spinlife,...
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    I second, third, and fourth the trench drain! I...

    I second, third, and fourth the trench drain! I used synthetic marble panels for my shower, the base mold was designed with a slope so I have a center drain too. My trench drain was from WhataDrain,...
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    I was a 99 weeker on unemployment, it really...

    I was a 99 weeker on unemployment, it really screwed me. I was on 1619(b) eligibility for my Medicaid, as I started my own company (that lost money) as soon as I got laid off. Since the unemployment...
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    I second the thought of finding an auto shop, or...

    I second the thought of finding an auto shop, or maybe a bike shop, that will do the repair. ATG has purchased and closed just about every DME in Colorado.
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