When Shona McDonald’s second daughter, Shelly, was born with cerebral palsy in1984, doctors and therapists advised her to put her in a home and have another baby. But that’s not what she had in mind.
Although her daughter was disabled, unable to speak and almost totally deaf, Shona realised that by taking her to a home, she would be silencing all those mothers who care for disabled children.
Determined to make life better for her daughter, Shona, with the help of ...
Electronically controlled height adjustable therapy plinth. Control can be hand held or wall mounted. 189cm x 124cm ...read more
Large “clock face” allows a variety of items to be displayed. Accommodates various representational levels, ...read more
Records and plays back single messages up to 16 seconds in length. Several Blob switches can be arranged in an array to ...read more
Suitable for communicating regularly-used messages. Can store and play back voice messages on switch activation. ...read more