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Sliding Shower Chair is Helping Us All
by: Anonymous

To put it bluntly, my grandmother is obese. Family members were finding it increasingly difficult to help her into and out of the shower.

We took your suggestion and visited our local medical supply store and found a sliding shower chair that not only saves our backs, but provides her with the safety, security, and peace of mind that she needs.

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Stair Lift Chair Lift for my Disabled Aunt
by: Anonymous

While my local home care medical supply store didn't carry the model I wanted, I was able to order an electric lift chair for my disabled aunt.

They were very helpful, listened to my needs, and offered viable and affordable solutions.

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Shame.
by: Leasa

You know....if you really cared you'd take this out as an ad and pay this site for it and not disguise it as a sincere post. There are too many people suffering with real issues to be seeing stuff like this posted the way it was. Pay the site and advertise don't do this. Shame on you.

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