One of the items I purchased for my "little ones" wheelchair was a D-cell battery operated bicycle horn, which I attached to the right arm of the wheelchair. I bought it in a bicycle store. When going down the sidewalk and obstructed by a crowd she would delight in beeping our way through! This didn't go over as well in the hospital hallway when there a line for the elevator, however. In any event, the little horn gave her some control over things and provided her with some fun.
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