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With the holidays officially underway, it is the perfect time for an episode on everything accessible and the holidays. From making a kitchen accessible to life tips on how to explain to a PCA how to bake and cook for you, getting ready for the holidays when you have a spinal cord injury can be a wild ride. Many people still love the holidays even if it's a bit more tricky post-injury. Tiffiny is also joined by two guests with SCI who share some amazing holiday goodness and delicious recipes.
A paraplegic and a former chef from Idaho, Ken is the main cook for his family and cooks the holiday dinners each year. He shares some great recipes, a potato recipe, as well as advice on how to make the kitchen accessible.
A quadriplegic for over 15 years with no arm movement, Nancy has always loved to cook. Even though she cannot physically do it herself, she has accrued some amazing tips on how to explain to PCAs how to cook for her. She also shares her award-winning apple crisp recipe.
Among all levels of paralysis, high-level spinal cord injuries are considered the most serious. This is because injuries to this area of the spinal ...
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