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Ken – What’s your number-one day-to-day living problem?

Ken – What’s your number-one day-to-day living problem?

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The wheelchair is not the problem. Being in a wheelchair and rolling around, it’s just another way of transportation. So, that’s not a problem. It’s some of the other things that you have to deal with from a wheelchair in the paralysis side of ... Show More

The wheelchair is not the problem. Being in a wheelchair and rolling around, it’s just another way of transportation. So, that’s not a problem. It’s some of the other things that you have to deal with from a wheelchair in the paralysis side of things that are, you know—if I just had a decent bowel movement once would be great, a decent you know, I just don’t want to leak and pee in my pants. That’s more important to me than—I don’t have to walk, I just don’t want to have to change clothes all the time. Being in a wheelchair is not a big deal.

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Ken – What’s your number-one day-to-day living problem?

Ken

Injured in 2013 at age 55, paraplegic
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The wheelchair is not the problem. Being in a wheelchair and rolling around, it’s just another way of transportation. So, that’s not a problem. It’s some of the other things that you have to deal with from a wheelchair in the paralysis side of things that are, you know—if I just had a decent bowel movement once would be great, a decent you know, I just don’t want to leak and pee in my pants. That’s more important to me than—I don’t have to walk, I just don’t want to have to change clothes all the time. Being in a wheelchair is not a big deal.

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