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Avez-vous déjà écrit votre première publication sur la communauté ? Essayez ! Notre Forum est constitué de différentes sections où vous pouvez partager vos pensées et expériences.

Cette communauté offre différents moyens d’engagement avec des gens passionnants. Des gens dont la vie a été touchée de près ou de loin par une chaise roulante. Afin que vous compreniez toutes les possibilités qu’offre la communauté, nous vous donnons des petites tâches à effectuer. Notre troisième challenge : écrivez sur notre Forum quelque chose à votre sujet ou sur une expérience de vie. Qu’importe le sujet, laissez les autres y prendre part aussi. C’est uniquement en partageant votre histoire que les autres peuvent en apprendre plus.

Nous avons créé différentes sections dans le Forum, comme par exemple sur le sujet « Vivre avec une lésion de la moelle épinière ». Ici, vous pouvez raconter aux autres membres comment vous vous occupez, qu’est-ce qui vous ennuie or simplement ce que vous faites. Venez partager votre histoire ! Nous sommes impatients de lire plein de posts intéressants.


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