New device to help babies with cerebral palsy to crawl
Stacey Atkinson Matron/manager, inpatient services for people with learning disabilities and lead nurse, St Mary’s Hospital, Leeds
Engineers in the United States have built a device which enables babies with cerebral palsy to crawl. The device called a self-initiated prone powered crawler (SIPPC) was demonstrated at an innovation festival in Washington DC.
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