At school

ba_01Though she was able to hold her head up for a short time, most of the time she sat with her head down, hip sliding forward, and was unable to use her hands, even with support of knee pads, hip belt, chest belt, shoulder belt, and all the other positioning functions. Wheezing and choking occurred often, and frequent suctioning was required. She was unable to eat large volume of food either.

With the CASPER


She sits upright without leaning on pads or belts mostly and keeps her head up. Wheezing and choking almost never happen and the events requiring suctioning have been reduced significantly. She eats more, plays with her hands and is learning to drive an electric wheelchair.



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