Sounds like you're having a bit of fun @Agzy, I'm constantly amazed that you retain your sense of humour despite it all! Re. moving, could you find a bungalow? At least you would have outside space then. Lot's of good advice from @canary as always - find a place you like and would be happy to stay in when Pauline is no longer with you, you don't want the hassle and cost of moving all the time.Well the first outing using wheelchair was a 50/50 experience. We started with her using it as a walking aid which was great except for the pavements being pretty damaged and uneven so some difficulty in maintaining straight line walking but ok. After about 100 yards she asked to be pushed and, to say the least, it was very bumpy as the wheels are hard rubber and no sort of suspension and, to be honest not the easiest thing to push along with 13 ston body sitting in it. Having said that it did the job and is easy to set up and then pack away in its bag that has wheels incorporated so even that can be pulled along if too heavy to carry.