Darcy – Reducing Agitation and Providing Sensory Input through Movement
Darcy is a young man in his early 20s who has recently moved into a new supported accommodation setting which provides 24 hour care. He has the diagnoses of cerebral palsy, autism, epilepsy, and vision impairment. Darcy is non-ambulatory and non-verbal, relying on others for all his physical and daily care needs.
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“Darcy loves his new chair! He enjoys being able to move around and be able to leave the house frequently with carers, which he did only occasionally previously due to safety concerns and poor tolerance in his own chair.”
Jace Goh, OT, Linds Rehabilitation
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