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Im a 100%disabled house bound Vietnam vet va in emphis sucks dav suck homes for humanity suck I can get scooter chair ramp wife pay for care no repairs on falling apart trl.help us please

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In simple language can you describe what you need? How your home is designed? Is your wife disabled? Can the VA provide you with a Hovaround Wheel Motor chair that will fit you? Or is it that you need to find a wheel motor chair to fit your body type? What type of body type do you have? What type of wheel chair do You need? Has Your doctor given You any specific models for you to look for?
I need more details so that I may help you. My name is Susan and I am disabled too, but I have friends that know how to find things that I can't find. So please send me to me here what you need. Thank You for allowing me to help you. I await your answer.

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