Part two of the transfer process. After I made it to the bottom of the stairs, I had to be transferred to either my sand wheelchair or my regular power wheelchair.
Everybody’s ALS looks different in terms of how it progresses. In my case, I still have a little leg strength, enough to assist in the transfer process which is something to definitely be thankful for! I also still have my voice so I can quickly alert my brother that my chair is still on and about to run over his feet. The bad news is, my progression started in my upper body, including my diaphragm muscle which I was hopeful would be the last muscle to go.
Photo cred. Suzy 😎
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