With the recent volatility in the finance world, now is an excellent time to learn about creating an emergency fund if you don’t already have one. An emergency fund is a stash of money that is ONLY to be used in case of a financial emergency. Financial emergencies may consist of significant medical costs, job loss, home repairs, car repairs, or any other financial hurricane you weren’t expecting.
Finding the answers to these questions and more is not easy. Finding the right people to ask, as well as knowing what questions to ask, is the first hurdle we needed to overcome.
If you remember the color red, tell them what it was like. If you have no idea of what colors are, explain as best you can what it is like being blind.
Insurance companies are obligated to give you what ever your doctor recommends. If you don’t have your own insurance, Medicare is probably available to you. They will buy you your medical scooter if you send in the right forms.
GAMSAT held during the late march in Australia and Ireland. It occurs during the mid of the September in UK. The syllabus and questions are common for all.
The easiest way to get the forms right is to have someone assist you. Did you know that most mobility scooter distributors hire and train people for this exact purpose? You see, they don’t care if you pay for the chair or if an insurance company pays for it, they just want to sell it. They know all the shortcuts and tricks to getting a Cert 3 in Individual Support scooter approved in days instead of months and years. They know exactly what to put on the forms and where to send them. And they do it all for free.
With his parents, a sister and a twin brother sitting vigil every minute of every day, Nick willed himself, against all odds, to live. His face was a crushed apparition, a Phantom of the Opera mash-job without the mask. His speech was garbled and twisted like a stranger in a strange land speaking awkwardly in foreign tongues.
One day at a time, once decision at a time, with the help of our health care team, family and friends we will make adjustments as needed. While this journey is not one we planned, we do plan to make the best of each day we have together. Perhaps by sharing our experience and discoveries along the way others finding themselves dealing with chronic renal disease and kidney failure will realize there is no need to struggle alone.