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Picture of BED ACCESS SUPPORT ---DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To enable an individual with mobility disabilities to transfer from a walker to her bed safely without assistance. The device was constructed from plywood that extended under the mattress and up the side] and a piece of 0.75 x 3 inch board that sits on the mattress top. Holes were drilled into the board to which a spare wheelchair armrest was attached. TITLE: The Bed Access Support. WEB SITE: Workshop Solutions at http://www.workshopsolutions.com/COMPLETE/bedaccess.htm. REF: The originators, Harvey Clarke, can be contacted at harvey.clarke@3web.net.

This product record was updated on August 10, 2007.

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