On 11 January 2011 14:38, Mike Parry <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Are your
> doubts based on the notion that individuals particular requirements are
> rarely addressed by stock solutions?
Yes exactly, some customisation will usually be needed. It's better to
find equipment and coping strategies in consideration of all an
As a crude allegory for example I may get more from a bicycle than a
car depending on a wide range of differing requirements, including
costs and fitness, even if it a stock item needs to be adapted for
hand power. However, categories do aid course selection and design.
Plus it leads back to a medical model of disability by thinking of