Thank you so much! :)
Thank you very much for accepting me for who I am and there is one question that I have, the question is how old we’re you when you were diagnosed with GBS because I was diagnosed at the age of 3 years of age.
Happy to have found a place to talk about all the GB stuff.
First let me thank you for the kind welcome messages. I’m not sure where to post this item so please redirect to proper forum for me.
My story is this:
Friend Frank, 86, and I recently reconnected after a lengthy period and I was surprised to learn he has GBS for five or ? years. He has no use of lower limbs or right hand. He manages well in a wheelchair and motor scooter.
He uses the computer to email using all caps to reduce switching font case. His mail is brief which makes me believe it is a chore he would like to limit.
His computer is five years old and a replacement is in the near future. My thought is maybe an iPad would be an improvement which could be attached to arm of wheelchair and he could take it anywhere.
Your experiences and suggestions are welcome to help recommend things to ease his difficulties.
We don’t correspond too frequently but are planning to have lunch as soon as we can each find time between our doctor visits. Also don’t see him listed in member directory so he may not be aware of this group.
Thanks for your help.
lenij77 has watched her sister in law suffer from Guillain-Barre Syndrome 11 years ago. Today she is again feeling more fearful as she learned her daughter also have the same condition.
Reach out to her and share some opinions, advice, and support for her baby girl.
I just want to wish everyone a “”Safe and Glorious Holiday Season”. My prays are with each and everyone here in the GBS group. Enjoy this holiday season to the fullest with family and friends.
“”Stay Strong and keep a Positive Attitude my Friends”“
May god bless everyone here,
Wishing you and yours a blessed holiday season as well.