August 2007
PN;Aug2007, Vol. 61 Issue 8, p35
Trade Publication
The article discusses the implications of standing and elevating device towards John Pilotte, an avid trapshooter, daily activities. An overview, Pilotte had his first standing wheelchair in 2000 that help him to be able to work independently like on reaching some items in cabinets above countertops. He suggested that on choosing a mobility aid, one should not buy a stand-up chair that lock into one position.


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