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Examining User Product Compatibility to Enhance Functional Mobility for Users of Wheelchairs Public Deposited

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Jordan Romeo. Examining User Product Compatibility to Enhance Functional Mobility for Users of Wheelchairs. . 9202. https://huntington.hykucommons.org/concern/etds/310661db-be19-450c-8610-3508e7520675?locale=en

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Jordan Romeo. (9202). Examining User Product Compatibility to Enhance Functional Mobility for Users of Wheelchairs. https://huntington.hykucommons.org/concern/etds/310661db-be19-450c-8610-3508e7520675?locale=en

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Jordan Romeo. Examining User Product Compatibility to Enhance Functional Mobility for Users of Wheelchairs. 9202. https://huntington.hykucommons.org/concern/etds/310661db-be19-450c-8610-3508e7520675?locale=en

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Abstract
  • To identify user compatibility of the adaptive door opener designed to help users of wheelchairs enhance independence in functional mobility when opening manual doors. Clients who utilize wheelchairs can experience difficulties when traveling throughout the community as doors that do not open automatically can create a physical barrier.
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  • Poster
Degree
  • Doctor of Occupational Therapy
Level
  • Doctoral
Discipline
  • Occupational Therapy
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  • Huntington University
Advisor
  • Nathan Short, OTD, OTR/L
  • Andrew D. Rivera, OTD, LMT, AEP, CLIPP, CEIM
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  • Joshua Oesterling OTR/L

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