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    • #12078
      Dagmar Munn

      Living with ALS certainly has its challenges, which leads many of us to rely on workarounds.

      These are creative, temporary solutions that solve an everyday problem; I first wrote about mine in “The ALS Workaround Dilemma.” But the key word here is “temporary,” because workarounds run the risk of failing or breaking down — usually when we least expect it.

      And that’s exactly what happened to me in: Working Around My Workarounds

      Do you have workarounds that help you live with ALS? Are they still working for you or, have they evolved into new solutions?


    • #12082
      John Russell

      Read your latest workaround disaster and couldn’t help laughing hopefully with U not at U.  Pride goeth before a fall. I too am stubborn about appearances and have embarrassed myself mightily by trying a workaround that failed dismally in public. e.g. going to the men’s room by my self using my forearm crutches.  I’ll leave out details.

    • #12084
      Dagmar Munn

      Yes John, best leave the visuals to our imaginations! 😉

      But we’ve all “been there.” It’s good we can all share a laugh… and laugh at ourselves.

      Glad my story made you smile.

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