Dad with multiple sclerosis wants standing wheelchair so he can walk daughters down the aisle

Dad with multiple sclerosis wants standing wheelchair so he can walk daughters down the aisle
 

A man with multiple sclerosis has trialled an upright wheelchair that will allow him to ‘walk’ his daughters down the aisle.
Martin Goode, 57, from Furnace Green, Crawley, has been permanently confined to a wheelchair for the last five years, having been diagnosed with MS 11 years ago.
But now the former engineer’s family are fundraising for him to have a ‘life-changing’ new chair that will allow him to essentially stand up.
His wife Caroline, 54, and daughters Natalie, 26, and Cherelle, 21, have already raised an incredible £6,000 online.
‘When he used it he was so happy to see the world... read more

 
19 August 2018 in Hot News, Views: 60
Source: Metro
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