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We have a camper van which I have adapted for Sue with a Milford hoist to lift her up into the passenger seat. We have a transfer trolley to get her onto the loo and shower and a wheel chair to take her to bed. At home we have a stair lift and a wet room and 2 Ross returns [transfer trolleys]. One of the best innovations has been Sue's urethral catheter which is so easy to manage. Life is really good now, especially with a good routine to follow. 

Beginning of the discussion - 8/30/18

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Hi Martyn,

That's great that you have successfully managed to adapt your camper van for Sue, I hope that everything is still going well.

Have other members made similar adaptions to their homes?

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