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Difficulties often need only a little creativity and imagination to be overcome. The love and desire to get ahead of a mother with her child can do true magic.
This is the case of Debby elnatan, a mother of a child with cerebral palsy who, after years of research and effort, has created and designed a device, a harness that allows children with certain motor disabilities to stand up and walk with them.
The harness that incorporates two sets of sandals, for children and parents, is already on the market and is called Upsee. Its use is simple, easy and efficient. It has straps that are fixed to the waist and legs of the parents and the child, allowing children to stay on while they follow in their parents' footsteps. In addition, it allows them to freely move their arms and hands, and participate in family life like any other child.
With this harness, music therapist Debby Elnatan, as well as other parents who are in the same situation, will be able to get their children out of the wheelchair and allow them to move their legs at the same pace as their parents. His invention can be acquired through Firefly, a car seat company designed to give more mobility to children with motor disabilities. Children can use the harness in two sizes, between 1 and 2 years old, and between 3 and 8 years of age.
Apart from making the children walk, Upseebrings other benefits to children with a motor disability: simulates natural movement when walking, improves children's motor skills and strengthens their muscles. On the other hand, it strengthens the bond between parents and children. The Upsee manufacturer is also studying the possibility of creating other similar products, designed to integrate these children into the day to day, such as practical seats that adapt to the shopping cart, so that children can go shopping with their parents. What do you think?
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