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Larm för funktionshindrade, (svensk text)


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Alarm for people with disabilities

A baby monitor is a good assistive device for calling the assistant – suitable for persons with compromised arm and hand function

Baby monitor used to call in the assistant

Authors comments
The user had an alarm with a ringer before, but did not like the noise. He is satisfied with the baby monitor.

Purchased from
Children's stores

The user

Paid for by
The user

Tip is dated from 2007

Categories for this tip
communication » use of alarm, personal assistance » communication with personal assistants, Tips and tricks from people with High tetraplegia without function in arms and hands (C2-4, ASIA A, B).

One comment:

  1. My Grandson is a Special Needs Child (He has Ataxia Telangiectasia=A-T. It's a rare disease!) he's 12, almost 13, been using a wheelchair since age...10. The Baby monitor is something that gave his parents a piece of mine & allowed my grandson to be able to sleep in his own room. It's a must have for this family!!
    #20334# comment 2015-03-17

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