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Promoting Walker-Assisted Step Responses by an Adolescent with Multiple Disabilities Through Automatically Delivered Stimulation
Abstract: Persons with multiple disabilities often have limited functioning of their lower limbs and tend to spend large amounts of time sitting in a wheelchair (Lancioni, Oliva, & O';Reilly, 1997; Pfister et al., 2003). Efforts to enable some of these persons (that is, those who are in better overall physical condition) to make some use of their legs may involve the use of support walkers (Broadbent, Woollam, Major, & Stallard, 2000; Stallard, Major, & Farmer, 1996).
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