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Ulla

Ulla lives together with her partner in an apartment. She is working part time. In 1973 she was injured and has a high paraplegia.


13 tips and ideas 
User at adjustable-height counterAccessible kitchen
Accessible kitchen suitable for a person who uses a wheelchair and for people who are walkers
Wall-mounted bathroom cabinet with turning space belowBathroom cabinet in adapted bathroom
A wall-hung CD cabinet works well as a bathroom cabinet in tight spaces
Service dog fetches a newspaperCarry, hold, fetch – help from service dog
A service dog can provide everyday help to wheelchair users by carrying, fetching, or holding objects
Dog training for service dogDog training
Dog training for service dogs provides assistance in daily life to people with disabilities
The service dog pushes the user who sits in the wheelchairDrive wheelchair on level ground assisted by service dog
The service dog stands on hind legs and helps the user to drive on level ground.
User cyclingHandcycle
- enables people with disabilities to ride a bike on equal terms
The user with her individually adapted wheelchair Individually adapted manual wheelchair in titanium
Good ergonomics and light weight facilitate driving and reduce the burden on shoulders
Service dog opens a closet doorOpen, close doors – help from service dog
A service dog can provide everyday help to people with disabilities by opening/closing doors or drawers
Service dog helps to pull the userService dog pulling wheelchair
A service dog can help wheelchair users by pulling the wheelchair
Service Dog ZoeService Dog Zoe
Service dog provides daily living assistance for people with disabilities
User with her service dogTrain a service dog by ‘clicking’
– a training method for service dogs