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yeah our chair is mde my Alvema like the pixi but we have a more supportive one called an Ito as jacob can't sit unaided. i would ask to be referred to your local wheelchair services if they cant supply you with a chair they should at least be able to get you some sort of suitible restraint, im sure there must be universal vest harnesses.

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Hi Carrie
not sure if we will get referal as dont have a social worker (yet) working on it though,

thankyou for your help i will look into it :-)

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Hello have you asked your ot to help you sort this problem out. Also try the website FLEDGLINGS they can help with all sorts of problems. x
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hi Diane
yes spoke to o/t they had no idea (very helpfull) will check out web site thanks x
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Hi,
Other than just Fledgings can i recomend the following website:
http://www.livingmadeeasy.org.uk/children/

They help with actually sourcing the products and can help identify funding from various sources.
They dont actually sell anything themselves and are a charity too.

Well worth contacting them as they can advise with funding too... Smile
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