An 81 y-o woman had a Total Hip Replacement (THR). Since she already had home improvements in place (hand rails on stairs and doors, saddle boards removed, radio button alarm, 24/7 carer) she was released from hospital after four days – the only thing she needed and was given was a Rollator (wheeled walking frame, Zimmer frame). She found that the duvet on her bed restricted her movement, and a duvet support was requested for the period of her recovery. A length of 1/8 inch fencing wire was bent to shape and a brass ferrule with two grub screws was made in order to secure the ends of the wire.
A client with MS needed steps to access a swimming pool at a shallow angle.
A method of swimming pool transfer when abroad
A 3D printed gadget to alter how swimming goggles seal on the face of a young boy
The condemned chair Refurbished chair. The client uses a hand-powered Arjo shower chair hoist for showering and to access the therapy pool. It is very old and the powder-coating is failing, which has meant that a recent inspection has condemned it. The modern equivalent model does not allow the seat to be lowered sufficiently to […]
Adam is blind and has quadriplegic cerebral palsy and hydrocephalus. However, he loves swimming, but he needs a flotation device which will keep him upright and stable and which can be adjusted as he grows. The device shown in the photograph was made using polystyrene for the floats, connected by neoprene tape, clamped to the […]