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Survival guidebook for handicapped living alone, in the community 

I'm sharing, what I learned by experience. I can say, that I live the dream, by myself but without some adaptations, my quality of life, would be terrible. If you find something usefull, make sure, to let me know by leaving a message, through the BLOG or at remybernier@yahoo.com

Trick #49: Keep a contour sheet in your bed

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March 3, 2019

Reroute automatic answer to your speaker phone and you will never miss a call. Especially, if you keep the phone always on your lap (see trick #39).

March 3, 2019

Sometime, your blanket is to warm to be able to sleep. Keep a contour sheet in your bed ready at any time. To warm? Take the contour sheet and get your feet and shoulder stuck in the elastic. even if you move during the night, the sheet will always cover you from shoul...

Buy 400 sandpaper. Get a piece of plywood in the scrap wood of store or your own. Glue the sandpaper on plywood. Put a rag on top of table. Clamp down the end with no sandpaper. Keep always on table and you grind them when you need. I guarantee you won't have nails to...

January 26, 2018

Iphone is THE WAY TO GO for people with low vision! The huge display makes it easy to read for us, with print disabilities!

January 26, 2018

 Bookshare is free to use for people with print disability.

November 10, 2016

 Driving your wheelchair at night? No problem with this headlamp!

November 10, 2016

 From October to April, I wear only my lined jeans. that way, if an outing doesn't go as plan, I'm not freezing to death!

November 10, 2016

 That way, I'm not getting hit at night! Still, an other story during the day!

February 14, 2016

Instead of waist your time while waiting for the handicap bus, appointment, etc... Listen to audio books on MP3!

February 14, 2016

Avoid messy food like all dress pizza, spaghetti, etc... Pick instead pepperoni pizza and penne pasta!

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