When your loved one is diagnosed with a rare disease, it changes so many aspects of life. The practical things that you take for granted like transportation become new issues that you have to figure out.
My 21-year-old son who has FA uses a walker and currently still drives. When he first started driving, he drove a truck. As he progressed, we let him change to driving a Jeep Patriot so he could have a safe, dry place to store his walker.
In the next year or so, we may have to consider another option as his mobility needs change.
What mode of transportation currently works best for your family?
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