Stroller Handle Extension

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Custom Adapted Pram

---- CUSTOMIZED ADAPTATION --------- PURPOSE: To create a custom adapted pram (stroller) for a mother with arm amputation below the right elbow and back problems. The mother found it difficult and painful to push her baby’s pram as she had to stoop over to reach the handles due to her arm amputation. The mother’s physiotherapist became increasingly concerned by the arching and twisting that the mother's back experienced while pushing the pram. To stop the twisting, a design a handle extension fo

Pram (Stroller) Modifications

---- CUSTOMIZED ADAPTATION --------- PURPOSE: To create a custom adapted pram (stroller) for a mother with cerebral palsy. The individual chose a pram that was heavy in the front so that it did not require any extra weight or other anti-tilt mechanisms. However the pedal brakes were still a problem, as the individual could not lift her foot to operate them without the risk of falling over. The brakes were converted to a hand operation while making sure that the changes didn’t interfere with the

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