Well I guess as there is no news from Johanneke, my occupational therapist or Dennis Klein, from the support cushion suppliers Quattron, I will have to wait until next Friday.
Shame there is no flexibility, would have been great to have got the support cushions immediately that the ‘conflict’ between Agis and Quattron was resolved last week.
Funny despite being disappointed so often since 2006, things like this still get to me, when I was diagnosed in 2006, I thought naively that I would receive the help I needed.
Since then time and again the lack of consideration, care and often total disinterest to give help has been amazing.
What gets me is how the budgets for supplying aids to the disabled are strictly guarded, and yet so much money is spent on the peripherals, such as appointments.
Before I can get an appointment with a supplier, I have appointments with occupational therapist and then case manager and consultant.
Next week I have an appointment with Annelies, my local council advisor and Welzorg
to discuss what adjustments I need to the seat.
No problem with that, what I find strange is the appointment will, take place without Ruud from Summit, who knows precisely what adjustments are needed for me to sit well.
Hopefully the conclusion is an appointment with Ruud, which will result in adjustments which allow me to sit better in my wheelchair. .