Does anybody know how I can do that or if it would even be of use?
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Hi Steph, I hope today went well - it is amazing that you can think about other people on such a difficult day.
If no-one here needs the scooter, I suspect your local hospice or McMillan nurses will know of someone who can't afford to buy one.
That's also a lovely idea. I would like it to go to a good home.
Just to say sorry for your loss.
I hope today wasn't too difficult for you, although your dad's sudden death must have been a dreadful shock.
Best Wishes for the future and here's hoping that happier memories will help you through this sad time
He had a beautiful day today and he was definitely in the sunshine.
When my partner died last year, I re-homed the lightweight wheelchair we had bought to the local Macmillan centre. They were delighted as to my disbelief, they only had one old, heavy wheelchair to use which was uncomfortable for staff to push. I am sure a hospice or similar centre would appreciate your mobility scooter !
love the idea of you donating dads scooter, it does seem that McMillian would be a good place to ask
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That's really lovely to hear, thank you I will look for somewhere close by!
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