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Eje

Eje lives together with his wife and two small children in a house. He is working part time. In 1999 he was injured and he has a high paraplegia (TH 9). He does not need any assistance.


9 tips and ideas 
User pulls up trousersDressing while sitting in the wheelchair: trousers, socks, and shoes
Technique for persons with strong arms
User with daughter on lap with a soft corset around him and the childHolding a child on lap
Soft corset around user and child – simple way for a wheelchair user to hold a small child on lap
User transfers from bed to wheelchairTransfer from bed to wheelchair
Transfer technique for wheelchair users who have strong arms
User transfers from floor to wheelchairTransfer from floor to wheelchair
Transfer technique for persons with strong arms
Transfer from floor to wheelchair with straight legsTransfer from floor to wheelchair with straight legs
Transfer technique for persons with strong arms when are not wearing shoes
User transfers over to bedTransfer from wheelchair to bed
Transfer technique for wheelchair users who have strong arms
User transfers from wheelchair to floorTransfer from wheelchair to floor
Transfer technique for persons with strong arms
User takes off shoesUndressing while sitting in wheelchair: trousers, socks, and shoes
Technique for persons with strong arms
User changes his daughter’s diaperWall-mounted hinged baby changing table
Wall-mounted hinged baby changing table is suitable for wheelchair users