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dc.contributor.authorPivato, Emma
dc.descriptionWith sufficient imagination and some modest financial investment, even many or most individuals with multiple and severe disabilities can enjoy a reasonable quality of life. Various techniques for facilitating this quality of life are described in this presentation ranging from how to create tasty meals specialized to accommodate swallowing difficulties to various methods for maintaining and enhancing mobility to ways to provide toileting access even in the absence of upper body control.en
dc.description.abstractThe presenter will share many practical ideas for helping people who have both cognitive and severe physical challenges to do more and communicate better than they thought they could. One part of the presentation will be about a wheelchair with a built-in lift and commode unit which allows individuals with no voluntary control of their limbs to develop and maintain toileting skills despite bathroom and care giver limitations, even when traveling.en
dc.subjectMultiple and/or severe and/or profound disabilityen
dc.subjectAdapted wheelchairsen
dc.subjectFeeding Tubesen
dc.titleEquity, Opportunity and Inclusion for all – including those with multiple disabilitiesen

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