#CPChatNow Recap- 7/17/2019

Last week in #CPChatNow was popping as always. Members talked about a ramp for their pool, going to graduate school, the Netflix show Special, and why they would not crowdsurf in their wheelchair at a concert. I am Co-Host, Devin Axtman, taking you along for the ride on this week’s recap.

We start this week’s recap with a cool picture of Hannah’s new pool ramp (and the world famous Levi!). This is an awesome example of people working to provide access.

Hannah announces her backyard now contains a ramp to her pool. there is a picture of the ramp along with her dog.

Next, another #CPChatNow Co-Host came to the party. Jorge, also known as Blake, checked in. He is preparing for the GMAT to start graduate school.

jorge tweets about preparing for the gmat to start graduate school for an M.S. in Commerce

Seth checked in with his thoughts about the Netflix show, Special.

seth tweets about watching special on netflix, a show about a gay man with CP. He says it is a funny, adult look at a dysfunctional mother/son relationship

Finally, Zach tweeted a video of a man in a wheelchair crowdsurfing at a concert. Hannah and I both agreed we would not do so due to fears of what would what happen. Hannah shared a story about a drunk person kicking her scooter.

zach tweets a video about a wheelchair user crowd surfing. hannah and i agree we would not due to fears about what would happen and she shared a story of her scooter being kicked by a drunk person.

This brings us to our Extend-The-Conversation Question: What is the worst thing someone has done to your mobility equipment?

Thanks for reading and join us each Wednesday at 8 Eastern at #CPChatNow on Twitter!

-Devin

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One thought on “#CPChatNow Recap- 7/17/2019

  1. To answer the extend-the-conversation question, one time I brought my cane over to a friend’s house. His backyard is hilly and we would have bonfires. So the cane helped me to safely navigate around. However, on this occasion we stayed in his basement. My friends started playing with the cane until I asked them to stop. Their actions had no ill-intentions but I didn’t want to risk anything on the cane breaking.

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