I support an individual is 26 years old, she has spastic quadriplegia, that she was diagnosed with at the age of 16 after an attempted suicide, which also resulted in ortganic brain syndrome, she weight bears and her mothyer would like to find a gait trainer walker to firt her needs. Any suggestions?
I think you need to consult with rehabilitation medicine specialists. They can assess first the patient and recommend the best equipment to support her problem. They can give to referrals on where to get that equipment and have it custom made for an exact fit.
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