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    Disappointed that Oxford isnít listed

    Disappointed that Oxford isnít listed
  2. Thread: Terry

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    Hope you escape as soon as you are well enough

    Hope you escape as soon as you are well enough
  3. Thread: Dina RIP

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    Reading this was such an unanticipated shock. ...

    Reading this was such an unanticipated shock. Thinking of her family, friends and forum members she supported.
  4. Thread: Terry

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    Here's hoping you soon get appropriate treatment....

    Here's hoping you soon get appropriate treatment. Every best wish for 2020.
  5. Thread: Christmas 2019

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    Thinking of absent forum friends and families for...

    Thinking of absent forum friends and families for whom this will be their first Christmas without loved ones.
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    Wishing you a speedy recovery Terry and hope that...

    Wishing you a speedy recovery Terry and hope that you are quickly pain free xx
  7. Thread: So so tired

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    Its so unusual to read of you feeling so unwell...

    Its so unusual to read of you feeling so unwell and like others have said, I. Wishing you a speedy recovery
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    Thinking of you.

    Thinking of you.
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    So sorry to read about the problems you are...

    So sorry to read about the problems you are having. I hope someone comes up with positive solutions for you.
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    I remember spending hours searching for my...

    I remember spending hours searching for my husband's "missing" watch. Bins were emptied, drawers and cupboards searched, under and in the bed etc etc. It was eventually "found" when I noticed he...
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    More to celebrate! Hubby recovering well from...

    More to celebrate! Hubby recovering well from op, sons doing brilliantly. Then I break a tooth! Dentists went over and beyond to accommodate me in the wheelchair. The root was painlessly...
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    I wonder how many of us will be doing shoulder...

    I wonder how many of us will be doing shoulder rolls and bring shoulder blades together as we read Ellie's post? I did and will be doing them in bed tonight.
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    Sorry I typed this before reading your last post. Just wanted to also suggest asking for another rollator for upstairs.
  14. I’ve now adjusted my meals so I only eat soft...

    I’ve now adjusted my meals so I only eat soft food. If you like cream, it can be added to most things to make a slide down more easily. Like Ellie, I struggle to move food around my mouth so can’t...
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    Our good news.Hubby out of hospital after major...

    Our good news.Hubby out of hospital after major surgery. Eldest son became our carer last week and today the youngest has taken over. And we had our first online food shopping delivered!!!
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    I would definitely contact MNDA to progress this...

    I would definitely contact MNDA to progress this for Doug (and you!). They used to have a specialist wheelchair person but I'm not sure if they still do. This is a totally unacceptable situation...
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    Nice to see your positive news Dina

    Nice to see your positive news Dina
  18. Thread: What Now?

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    I'm not sure if this has already been suggested -...

    I'm not sure if this has already been suggested - type out a list of often used phrases for Gran to,point to. Also I think MNDA have a fact sheet about this (I suspect Kayleigh will be good at...
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    You must be going through so much turmoil. ...

    You must be going through so much turmoil. Thinking of you all.
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    Brilliant news

    Brilliant news
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    I'm blubbing happy tears for you!

    I'm blubbing happy tears for you!
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    That’s intriguing!! My good thing - a visit...

    That’s intriguing!! My good thing - a visit yesterday from a special friend who makes me soups and meals to go in the freezer. Freshly baked cup cakes too this time. I’m lucky to have such great...
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    Sorry, Dina, i too didn't think you were serious....

    Sorry, Dina, i too didn't think you were serious. More hugs .
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    Dear Wailywoo hereís another suggestion. ...

    Dear Wailywoo hereís another suggestion. Yesterday we had a flyer ďGive Unwanted Items a New HomeĒ. Itís from Scope the disability charity and they will collect for free all sorts of stuff. ...
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    It’s understandable that you are wondering if...

    It’s understandable that you are wondering if there’s a causal link but evidence so far seems to be inconclusive. For example I’ve never been in the military or played contact sports, neither have I...
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