Solving the ambulance-wheelchair problem…

… and also avoiding further damage to my legs (there is no doubt in my mind that the devastating resurgence of Lymphoedema was caused by being deprived of my wheelchair for a week by the ambulance crew who refused to transport it).

Originally the chair was set up to carry a holdall in front of me. Since the growth of the ulcer on my right leg, and the return of Lymphoedema and subsequent bursting of my left, that’s no longer feasible (way too painful and potentially damaging). Add in the dangerously unhelpful ambulance crew who refused to transport my small manual wheelchair (and who also connected me to an oxygen bottle they’d forgotten to turn on!), and it all needed a rethink.

This is it:-

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