Hey Lieve,Are there any tricks of the trade that can help us out.One of the best sites for adaptive accessories links is Jim Lubin's disABILITY web site;http://www.makoa.org/http://www.makoa.org/cmpyinfo.htm#assistiveSomething like this may help;http://www.store.yahoo.com/capability/upseatas.htmlPlease notice they say, "Uplift is not recommended for use in wheelcharis, automobiles or office chairs with non-lockable wheels.(My emphasis)But, without knowing if she can use canes or walkers makes it hard to rec something individually.I have several other similar links on my web site;http://www.williamaford.us/Disability.htmThere might be some financial aid available to purchase a different kind of wheelchair too, but I don't know where to look for that kind of info. I bet the SS dept. or local Dept. of Rehab would help find financial aid or know where to look.Let us know what ideas you may have and maybe we can offer better help.ßillƒ
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