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Testimonials

Joyce and Her Many Attributes Over the past few years, my mobility has declined due to the worsening of my Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome symptoms. In addition to this, my ability to do things independently has plummeted. I aspire to stay as independent and active as possible, despite the new challenges of my condition. Since receiving the power wheelchair, I am pleased to say that these aspirations are so much more achievable. With the independence the chair gives me, I can go shopping, attend events, and participate longer in activities that were once incredibly difficult. Everywhere I go, I no longer have to worry about finding a comfortable seat, always having someone present in case I need assistance, nor do I need to worry about hurting myself from standing or walking too much. Due to how much the power chair helps, it has also eased the fear I hold of damaging my body and joints even more when going out, which greatly improves my quality of life. Additionally, as many of my friends and family know, I love to dance. Since the onset of my Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and the rapid decline in my mobility, dancing has not been in the cards for me. However, with this power chair, I am able to dance in the chair and move freely with it. No more will I have to sit on the side while others enjoy music at events, I can join in and do it completely independently. Overall, I can enjoy even simple daily tasks so much more with this chair because it alleviates a lot of stress, fatigue, and pain. - Shyla Bradley, age 23
Note: Shyla names all of her mobility aids and she named her new electric wheelchair Joyce because it has a joystick to maneuverer the chair.
Want to leave us a testimonial? You can email your testimonial to info@zebraheartsfoundation.org or go to one of the links below: Facebook Reviews Google Reviews
© 2022 Zebra Hearts Foundation
Website Design by North Country Website Design

Testimonials

Joyce and Her Many Attributes Over the past few years, my mobility has declined due to the worsening of my Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome symptoms. In addition to this, my ability to do things independently has plummeted. I aspire to stay as independent and active as possible, despite the new challenges of my condition. Since receiving the power wheelchair, I am pleased to say that these aspirations are so much more achievable. With the independence the chair gives me, I can go shopping, attend events, and participate longer in activities that were once incredibly difficult. Everywhere I go, I no longer have to worry about finding a comfortable seat, always having someone present in case I need assistance, nor do I need to worry about hurting myself from standing or walking too much. Due to how much the power chair helps, it has also eased the fear I hold of damaging my body and joints even more when going out, which greatly improves my quality of life. Additionally, as many of my friends and family know, I love to dance. Since the onset of my Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and the rapid decline in my mobility, dancing has not been in the cards for me. However, with this power chair, I am able to dance in the chair and move freely with it. No more will I have to sit on the side while others enjoy music at events, I can join in and do it completely independently. Overall, I can enjoy even simple daily tasks so much more with this chair because it alleviates a lot of stress, fatigue, and pain. - Shyla Bradley, age 23
Note: Shyla names all of her mobility aids and she named her new electric wheelchair Joyce because it has a joystick to maneuverer the chair.
Want to leave us a testimonial? You can email your testimonial to info@zebraheartsfoundation.org or go to one of the links below: Facebook Reviews Google Reviews