|What could be created
|Penelope is having difficulty pushing her son in his wheelchair.
|Pamela is worried about her husband’s posture, especially when he is using the walker.
|Pamela provides verbal cues to keep his posture straight.
|She needs help with finding well-paved sidewalks.
|He needs help moving some of the heavy mobility devices that she uses.
|Hydraulic chair lift and porch lift.
|She needs help encouraging her mom to use her cane and to hold on to railing when using stairs since she is prone to falling.
|He needs help with stair glide since he always has to adjust the seat so that his wife does not fall off.
|He needs help getting his wife to adjust to using the reacher, instead of asking for his help.
|Pandora needs help navigating her father’s wheelchair in their small home. Pandora wishes that smaller wheelchairs for in home use were easily accessible, readily available and delivered right away.
|Realizes they may have to persist in asking regional health authority for a way to provide one or have to go and rent one.
|Michael needs help moving his dad around because he is “dead weight”. Michael does not want to hurt himself, but also needs to move his dad around.