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Chris Gibson, project engineer and Betty Bateson, honorary secretary of the REMAP panel in Doncaster, outline the work of the UK charity. They also describe how the panel enabled a disabled mother to buckle her child's car sea...
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Occupational therapists, Nelly Stanbury, of the Oxford Centre for Enablement, UK, and Sheeley Garrett, of the Community Neuro Rehabilitation Team, Hackney, London, UK, write about practical childcare ideas that may be useful for parents who use one h...
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Lifting and carrying a baby or young child may be difficult for many disabled parents. Adapted equipment may help but there is little available commercially. We look at some examples of equipment that has been custom designed for use by individual pa...
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Nicky Hunter is an Occupational Therapist with the Spinal Outreach Team at Queensland Spinal Cord Injury Service, Princess Alexandra Hospital and Health Services District in Australia. She describes the innovative and collaborative approach of the Sp...
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