Month: December 2016

Wheelchair Ramp – How to Figure the Angle and Length

The other day my loved one and I went into a restaurant that had a 4 foot ramp at about a 60 degree decline.  Ugh.  I remember when we went there with a wheelchair and it was all I could do to keep her flying off of it.  Later that day at the fitness we met someone who did indeed fall on it, and break her leg in several places.  She still limps. There is a definite degree of suggested angle for wheelchair ramps–whether you buy pre-made ramps or make them yourself.  The ratio is 1:12.  For every 1...

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Picture Care Phone Review

In the heat of the tough days, we bought a picture care phone for my loved one.  Soon thereafter she made a dramatic turn for the better and has stayed there for the last 6 months.  It ended our need for the phone but we have it around just in case.  Although we haven’t used it, I thought I would give my thoughts. First thought upon receiving it is that it is cheaply made.  I mean it is really cheap.  They saved all expenses with this phone.  The plastic is that cheap white metal plastic that you see for...

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Is Lewy Body Dementia Reversible?

When we first realized my loved one had lewy body dementia, I scoured the internet with one question:  Is it Reversible?  I searched the internet far and wide and the only things I read literally made me scream into the air, “No! No!  No!”  I read of no hope anywhere.  It felt worse than cancer.  At least with cancer you have maybe a 20% chance of hope or even a 5%.  With Lewy Body Dementia I found none.   Then I stumbled on this video: The video gave me a flicker of hope.  Was it possible that LBD reversible? I...

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