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I'm 57 (on Dec 23rd lol) female and I was born with spina bifida, paralyzed from the waist down. I use a manual wheelchair and I do wear a FitBit. I'm wanting to really utilize the Assessment and do challenges, games etc. How should I adapt the walking challenges? If there are any other wheelchair folks on here would love to say hi! Thanks!

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@TxCatLady56   What an inspiration you are to me and I'm sure many others! We would love for you to take advantage of the assessment and games also! Check with your specific FitBit manual but most trackers count steps by your arm movement and/or GPS - help.fitbit.com. Enjoy!

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This is proof I'm getting old. I just thought to myself just now that I need to post a question, only to discover that I apparently did already. Yes, my FitBit count does count movement so the miles traveled during the day isn't completely accurate. But I do wish that AARP would address this topic a little more in depth. Surely I'm not the only wheelchair user on the site. Thanks for your response!

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