Scooter pair donation will make woman’s life easier
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The aids were given to Suffolk woman Susie Cooper, who has joint hypermobility syndrome.
The Honiton-based Joe Gilson Mobility Scheme has donated two mobility aids to a person in need.
Suffolk woman Susie Cooper, 66, has joint hypermobility syndrome, which causes wide spread arthritis and in her case damages her spine.
She needed the scooters to help travel indoors and outdoors.
Susie said “I think the scheme is practical, sensible and I cant think why it isn’t carried out in all areas.
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“It’s an idea that makes much sense. These two aids will make my life so much easier.”
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