To give wheelchair confined individuals a place to relate to one another on subjects that no one else can truly relate to.
Knowing you are in a wheeling is one thing, but understanding it without conversation is solitude. Giving a place for wheelchair confined individuals a place to share anonymously!
Caregivers not only need to care but how does one keep giving unconditional support without sharing your thoughts; is an unsafe place. Share your heart here safely.
Sharing challenges is a moment when someone else can learn and grow! Knowing special ways to cope for those confined and those who work to help. Working together, sharing together.
As the main publisher to this website I’d like to share some viewpoints. I live with MS (Multiple Sclerosis). I was diagnosed at the age of 21. At a time in my life when I had the world at my feet. Now as I sit here at the age of 60 I have come to realize some of the mistakes I have made.