Handbook for wheelchair life by David Thulin

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A handbook fo the newly handicapped - as well as their loved ones and caretakers. Life in a wheelchair can be difficult to adapt to - these tips will make it easier.

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Less than three weeks after his wedding, David had two massive strokes. When he awoke from a coma, he could only move his eyes up and down, and he was mute. Doctors gave him the grim news: he was "locked-in" and had a 10% chance of living past four months.But David survived. His voice did not return, however, so David felt an overwhelming need to communicate. So he started writing. About everything and nothing. For himself mostly, but he realised that his trip through the Swedish medical system and his adjustment to a wheelchair needed to be shared.David was born in 1979 and lives in Stockholm, Sweden.
Published February 28, 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 111 pages
Genres: Self Help. Non-fiction

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Witty advice from a man who refuses to allow his wheelchair to be a prison.

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