The use of the word accessibility in the everyday is that it can be used, obtained or approached by a person. In the world of those living with a disability this has a completely different meaning which can present their day with difficulties and make certain daily tasks near impossible. Physical and environmental accessibility for the handicapped is of vital importance for all public spaces and here are just a few of the reasons why.
After you get your custom-made arm prosthesis, or any other artificial limb, fitted, and even well into a few years of usage, you still need to maintain a long-term relationship with your prosthetist. It is important for your health and comfort to visit your prosthetist at least four times per year for the following reasons:
Wheelchairs and scooters have come a long way since their inception and orthopaedic suppliers can give professional advice for the best solution, especially for cerebral palsy (CP) patients.