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Making My Bathroom Accesible Or to Dream the Impossible Dream

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  • Larry, Moe and Curley  :D

  • edited 06/14/2018 - 8:23 PM
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  • Is there a YWCA where you live?

    They probably have handicap shower stalls. 

    Might be do-able to go there 2-3 times a week for a shower and save your $$.

    But I don’t know your exact situation so I apologize if that’s not a feasible option.

  • That sounds a bit pricey, but I understand your wanting to get this over and done with!

    Taking a shower at home (not the YWCA for me anyway), and feeling safe & secure, will be worth it.

    And clean!

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  • That’s common. Happened to me too. It’s like I’m slippery except I’m not slippery. It’s enough to drive you nuts. Can relate.

  • MudflapMudflap Posts: 254
    edited 08/01/2018 - 10:52 AM
    I had commented here asking what was going on but then read your hospital thread and came back to edit my comment on this one. Hope you are doing well now that you're home.
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