HANDICAPPED PARKING — ANY1 ELSE DEAL W/THIS?

WHAT I TOLD MY STROKE SUPPORT GROUP:

most the time what we do is pull along side the space at the curb that we want to unload at and unload John, then the driver goes and parks the van.

THAT SEEMS LOGICAL, BUT I CAN’T DRIVE MY POWER CHAIR AT NIGHT. I HAVE DOUBLE-VISION & SEE WORSE AT NIGHT, SO I’D HAVE 2 SIT IN THE COLD, WAITING 4 MY HUSBAND, MARK. & LAST NIGHT THEY PARKED IN THE CROSS-HATCHES–EXTREMELY RUDE–SO I’D HAVE 2 WAIT IN THE STREET.

I HAVE ALSO NOTICED THAT HANDICAPPED PARKING CAN BE NARROW. FORTUNATELY, MARK CAN SQUEEZE OUT MY CHAIR W/O ME ON IT-I SIT IN THE FRONT PASSENGER SEAT (I’M TRANSFERED THERE BECAUSE I GET MORE SUPPORT BY NOT BEING BOUNCED IN BACK & CAN’T SPEAK IF I NEED HELP, & MY 9, 6, & 4 YR. OLD DON’T MESS W/MY SEAT BELT).

One comment

  1. How can someone email you…another stroke victim/family. They also had the same Dr @ Cleveland Clinic…young mother too. Please let me know.

    Thanks!

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