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Support seat for a Wayfarer dinghy

Frensham Pond Sailability required a very supportive seat to allow severely disabled members to enjoy a sailing experience in a Wayfarer dinghy. A ‘Seahorse’ commode was obtained, and the seat section mounted onto a welded steel base and the assembly fixed to the forward thwart The disabled members can now sail safely.

Support for amputee sailor

This keen sailor, a possible contender for the Paralympics, has a specially designed sailing dinghy but after a recent above knee amputation, was unable to stabilise herself in the hull because of her single limb, especially when the boat heeled. Two long wedge shaped cushions were fashioned in Evozote, a type of fairly firm plastic […]

Steps to bath

The client needed a set of steps to enable him to get himself onto his bath seat. Due to limited space for storage the steps needed to be foldable. The steps are made in three parts which can be dismantled by undoing four nuts. The treads/risers fold as one unit and the two sides as […]

Shower seat

A shower seat was required by a client to enable him to shower. Due to housing regulations, it was not permissible to attach the seat to the building structure. The seat was constructed to fit snugly within the shower so that it provided rigid support to the client both in use and while entering and […]

Portable steps for car access

The client could not climb into their car because of the height of the step. A pair of wooden steps was constructed to provide a three-step entry arrangement. The steps are in two parts, one fitting inside the other. The client is now able to climb into the car unassisted.

Launching bogie for cruiser

This client was unable to control the launch of his river cruiser due to osteoarthritis. The single jockey wheel at the front of the trailer tended to move in any direction even when locked in ahead position. A two- wheeled launching trolley, that could support the cruisers nose weight of 75 kg, was developed to […]

Dog handling device

The client has cerebral palsy with very little movement other than of his head and drives his electric chair with his chin. He has a pet dog and wanted to have some degree of control when they go out together, though he is accompanied by his carer. A self-retracting dog lead is situated behind the […]

Buggy adaptation

The clients were taking their disabled child to Australia for a christening and wanted the support seat they had adapted mounted into a three-wheeled buggy for ease of travelling. Four aluminium spigots were turned up to fit inside Zimmer frame tube and screwed to the buggy frame. These provide attachment for two bars, constructed from […]