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A stroke survivor and me

My significant other had a stroke a year ago and we are considering ft RVing, just like we planed before the stroke. He is confined to a wheelchair and we will need to buy a wheelchair accessible RV but thats all good. What I am wondering is there anyone that is a full time caregiver and living the RV life that could fill me in on the issues they have come across and what I may be up against!   The RV and medical aspect I have a handle on but it is having Mike enjoy himself while being limited to a wheelchair. Thank you for your time! 


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You might want to check out RVCampingWithSpecialNeeds.com.   Howard, I got this from the Full Time Freedom Week noon campfire on Wednesday.

-- Edited by arcaguy on Wednesday 21st of November 2018 11:47:41 AM

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