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  1. Thread: Rch4

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    Hi Ionel, welcome to our forum. It's great that...

    Hi Ionel, welcome to our forum. It's great that you can have RCH4. I wish the NHS would provide it. Your chart looks very positive. Lynne
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    You ought get an OT (Occupational Therapist),...

    You ought get an OT (Occupational Therapist), Physio, Speech Therapist, maybe a Social Worker and soon Wheelchair Services to give you at first a manual wheelchair. OT can get you aids for at home....
  3. Thread: Walkers

    by Lynne K
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    Hi Kayleigh, I got a used hostess trolley 20...

    Hi Kayleigh, I got a used hostess trolley 20 months ago approximately. It still had some grot on it. That was the first thing that I was given and I wasn't at all impressed.

    Thanks for checking...
  4. Thread: Walkers

    by Lynne K
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    Yea Natalie is my physio and Jennie my OT. They...

    Yea Natalie is my physio and Jennie my OT. They are both in the same palliative care team with our speech therapist and others. They have team meetings regularly so we only need to speak to one of...
  5. Thread: Walkers

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    Thanks Kayleigh, very wise words from you as...

    Thanks Kayleigh, very wise words from you as always. About a hostess trolley with brakes. I asked my OT weeks ago in an email and she's never replied. I see her Thursday next so I'll mention it and...
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    I too have had mostly Glentek and once Sun...

    I too have had mostly Glentek and once Sun Pharma. The Glentek dissolve quik and Sun Pharma have a better coating so don't and because of this are easier to swallow.
  7. Thread: Walkers

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    Hi Kayleigh. The new light weight walker is...

    Hi Kayleigh. The new light weight walker is supposed to be suitable indoors and outdoors. It doesn't have trays. It has a small bag with a hard plastic seat over it. The seat has to fold up either to...
  8. Thread: Walkers

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    Terry, good ideas. Miranda. I can't manage to...

    Terry, good ideas. Miranda. I can't manage to keep the brakes half on with the new walker. It takes me a big effort to squeeze them at all because they are so stiff. With the other walker I often do...
  9. Thread: Walkers

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    Walkers

    Hi all. I requested a light weight 4 wheeled walker that was narrower than my Topro. I had measured all the places around the flat that I couldn't get through with the Topro. 23" ought do it I found....
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    Ah Sue, that's awful of carers to come when they...

    Ah Sue, that's awful of carers to come when they know that they're infectious and what the f*****g h**l are the care service doing letting their staff spread germs around vulnerable...
  11. Thread: Hi Everyone

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    Hi Adam. It's nice to hear from you. It sounds...

    Hi Adam. It's nice to hear from you. It sounds like a fairly fast degeneration. I'm not surprised that you haven't felt up to joining in on forum discussions. Me and Dina are in Greater Manchester so...
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    Hi Beatz. Your head is bound to be all over the...

    Hi Beatz. Your head is bound to be all over the place after your diagnosis. About exercise: I was referred to our local gym by my physio. GPs and other health professionals can refer. The programme...
  13. Thread: Duty of care?

    by Lynne K
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    Hi Dina, it's good that you are safe in...

    Hi Dina, it's good that you are safe in Wythenshawe. I too hope that your hospital bed is comfy and that the staff look after you well. I also hope that Peter is ok on his own. Lynne
  14. Thread: Duty of care?

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    Hi CC, Dina lives near to me in the UK. No...

    Hi CC, Dina lives near to me in the UK. No Senators or Congressmen. I advised her to contact our local MP (Member of Parliament). We have local Counsellors too but MPs have higher status. Lynne
  15. Thread: Duty of care?

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    Good luck with getting CHC Dina. Only just read...

    Good luck with getting CHC Dina. Only just read about that. I'd do an official complaint to Social Services. Get in touch with the local MP too. Put pressure on them. They don't like bad publicity...
  16. Thread: Pain/Agony

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    Thanks Rachel. I'll speak with my neurologist...

    Thanks Rachel. I'll speak with my neurologist when I see her next month. Lynne
  17. Thread: Pain/Agony

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    Thanks Rachel from MNDA. Do all MND sufferers...

    Thanks Rachel from MNDA. Do all MND sufferers eventually benefit from a PEG and when's the best time to have it done? I'm not too bad swallowing. In the last 6 months a bit of difficulty half a dozen...
  18. Thread: Pain/Agony

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    Hi Chrissie, Great that your Gran's chest...

    Hi Chrissie, Great that your Gran's chest infection has cleared and that she's is now out of hospital. I hope that everything works better now with the care home. I don't know about the rotunda you....
  19. Thread: collection

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    Thanks for the update Sheila. A very generous...

    Thanks for the update Sheila. A very generous crowd of Mick's friends and family. I hope that you and your loved ones are coping ok. Love Lynne x
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    Sounds good 4-6 wks to sort it out Doug. Good...

    Sounds good 4-6 wks to sort it out Doug. Good luck. I did the tear to my shoulder about 5 years ago in my teaching car. I struggled to lift a heavy bag from the back to my knee in the front passenger...
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    Good luck with your shoulder exercises Doug. I...

    Good luck with your shoulder exercises Doug. I hope that you get relief soon. What did they say was the cause of your pain?

    My left shoulder has a tear in it's rotary cuff so I can relate to you....
  22. Hi Ellie. My OT got back to me today to say that...

    Hi Ellie. My OT got back to me today to say that she can't get me a mobile phone mount so advised me to ask MNDA for a grant. I sent a request and was very surprised to hear back within a couple of...
  23. Thread: Pain/Agony

    by Lynne K
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    Hi Chrissie. I wont rewrite the whole text but...

    Hi Chrissie. I wont rewrite the whole text but some.

    I'm glad that your gran has at last gone to hospital for tests. It's about time. I think that the care home ought to have done so much sooner....
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    Hi Ellie, I still couldn't see it. Maybe it only...

    Hi Ellie, I still couldn't see it. Maybe it only works when you are still in the window where you were when it disappeared. Thanks anyway. Lynne
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    Hi Kayleigh, same here. I've only had the Sun...

    Hi Kayleigh, same here. I've only had the Sun Pharma Rilozone once - months worth. The Rilutek is given to me mostly. I sometimes struggle with Rilutek/Glentec because they sticks behind my teeth or...
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