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Created on Thursday, 07 November 2013. Posted by Paul Nisbet

  Last week I was fortunate to attend a brilliant workshop on Paediatric Powered Mobility at Bobath Scotland in Glasgow. It was organised by Sandra Mackay and colleagues at Bobath, and featured Ros Livingstone and Debbie Field from Sunny Hill Health Centre in Vancouver. R...

Created on Thursday, 03 October 2013. Posted by Paul Nisbet

Bobath Scotland are running a one day workshop on Powered Mobility for children, led by Ros Livingston and Debbie Field. This is a great opportunity to think and learn about both the evidence base for paediatric powered mobilty and it's importance for children's development and...

Created on Tuesday, 26 March 2013. Posted by Robert Stewart

I've put together a video and uploaded it to YouTube which shows how to mount an iPad to a wheelchair using components supplied by an American company called RAM Mount (which are available to purchase here in the UK). There are also captions available on this video....

Created on Friday, 04 December 2009. Posted by Paul Nisbet

The University of Edinburgh celebrated 40 years of commercialisation with an exhibition and reception in the Playfair library on November 16th 2009. The Smart Wheelchair was Mr (or should that be Miss?) 1987 - the year when we started work on the first protoype. The event was attended by His Roya...

Created on Friday, 04 December 2009. Posted by Paul Nisbet

The University of Edinburgh celebrated 40 years of commercialisation with an exhibition and reception in the Playfair library on November 16th 2009. The Smart Wheelchair was Mr (or should that be Miss?) 1987 - the year when we started work on the first protoype. The event was attended by HRH Princ...

Created on Thursday, 01 October 2009. Posted by Robert Stewart

Toshiba were rumoured to have been initaly planning an April 2009 launch for this new technology but held off because of the recession and market conditions. The super charge ion battery could revolutionise technology and uses nanotechnology to rapidly charge in a couple of minutes (90 percent in...