âNews from the Rollinator (Wheelinator)â
Tips for wheelchair drivers, buckled fingers and other pedestrians
Odd wheelchair stories and technical aids consulting service for free.
when you, sitting in a wheelchair, have left the hospital or the rehab the drama begins. You are left on your own, and everybody has to re-invent the wheel to manage everyday life. Therefore this blog with a lot of tips and tricks.
Send me your hints, take photos, leave comments and discuss with us!!!
If you can’t tell anything wise belonging a subject, at least you have to create confusion.
I can’t press a clothespin, but I can drive a car.
There are no problems, there are just challenges and a big challenge is a project.
Never say die if something doesn’t work out immediately, don’t take it too serious, it’s all occupational therapy!
In October 2007 I sustained a traffic accident. After eleven months in a hospital I was released, and since then I belong to the
elitist company of the frequent drivers
How is it âgoingâ, click me! (jokes in german)
Type: Quadriplegic (Tetraplegic/”Teddy”) C4-C7 incomplete, some titan plates in the neck and a pump for medicals in my belly. Release September 17th 2008
Into the wild, now the going gets tough!!!
I have got a tremendous technical aids database.
If you have questions concerning technical aids or other topics don’t hesitate to send me an eMail.
To âun-clatterâ wheelchairs is my favourite hobby.
I am technical aids-marred, advice for free!!!
Teddy Regards, Rollinator Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org *Eigude, hessian dialect for hello; hi, howdyâŠ p;