Stacey Davies was in her early 30’s when she was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. As her symptoms progressed, Stacey was no longer able to continue working and has also moved back into her parent’s home for the daily support she now requires. Stacey had been using a manual wheelchair, but this had become increasingly difficult over time.
WA Charity Direct provided the gap payment to allow Stacey to purchase an electric wheelchair. The new wheelchair has given Stacey back her independence and has allowed Stacey to re engage with the community once again.