The cient had a rare genetic disorder and was really only happy when he was sitting in his “cozy coupe”. However, as he was outgrowing the coupe he was having to bend his legs backwards to allow him to use the car. Essex north adapted the wheels by extending both the front steering wheels and the rear fixed axle, this “jacked up “ the coupe by about 100mm giving the client about another years play with the car.
The clients physiotherapist asked Remap to devise a way of preventing the client working the left side buttons with his right hand which he was apt to do but it was preventing correct development of his left hand. Essex North volunteer added a perspex shield between the buttons preventing the right hand operating the left buttons or visa versa.
||A special needs school wanted to encourage their children to enjoy gardening and needed to make it accessible to wheelchair users.
Four plywood flower beds on legs were made.
Berkshire Panel Job BK2017/33.
|The client found that his wet hands slipped on the floor-to-ceiling poles in his bathroom.
Both poles were fitted with paracord whipping over double sided carpet tape to provide a secure hold.
Berkshire Panel Job BK2017/42B.