Recovery And Inspiration Support
Before the accident, Jesi was studying to get to dental school at night while working for an orthodontist full time. She also planned to race dirt bikes at a local series. She went to the gym before work every morning and hiked with her husky at least once a week. She lived a very active lifestyle pre-accident.
Racer Tech's Jesi Stracham returns to GNCC
Mail can be sent to:
Po box 549
Iron station NC 28080
This weekend I had he opportunity to chase the dream of being apart of The National Wheelchair Curling Team! Lucky me I made the developmental team or C team! Very excited to represent this sport and work to represent my country one day at a World competition level! I could not do it without your support! Thank you for your continuous support of my dreams and recovery!
You can also learn more about my recent life here—> https://youtu.be/GRCQQ0A5W8c
Thank you again for the support!
This is a photo from a desperate wheel friend. Insurance stopped covering her colostomy bags. A colostomy bag connects to a hole in your stomach to collect your number 2 deposits. (Because colostomy supplies are so expensive suppliers typically piggy back them on catheter supplies).
Recently her insurance decided they are going to stop covering these supplies after 8 YEARS!!! 8 YEARS!!!!!!!
Medicaid and Medicare with do this. Last year I stopped taking my bladder spasm meds after being CUT OFF by insurance after A YEAR of them paying for them. No notice, no explanation (does any federal regulated agency need one?) None of them were working anyways so I stopped taking them.
I hate seeing my wheel friends so desperate.
What I’m asking is for is dollar or two a piece from each of my followers, so my wheel friend doesn’t continue taping a grocery bag to her stomach to collect her .
All monies brought in today will go to this wheel friend.
Thank you to all of my warriors.
Keep up with my adventures by subscribing to my youtube channel! CLICK HERE https://www.youtube.com/jesistracham
Recovery is slow but progressive. I'm learning patience from the entire experience. My pain levels have increased this month, which means my pain threshold is increasing. At the rate I'm going I will be able to break a bone without flinching!
There's a positive in every negative!
Smile a lot today. Tell someone they look nice. Spread the love.
Stay up to date with my adventures by checking out my blog posts on www.stracham820.com
Thank you again to all of you supporting the Wheel with Me movement!