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    TDF Member stewy41's Avatar
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    Ingenious wheelchair


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    Stating facts ; ) Ruffy's Avatar
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    Brilliant! Seen a similar thing in a pool...great skill would be required I think..!
    I can't help but think that the crashes into the reef were edited out though
    Bacon is good for you!.....................................

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    Red face wheelchair

    hello you all
    she was at the dive show with her very clever wheelchair
    it's got 2 scooters under he seat and a tank on the back
    very impressive
    safe diving adrian

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    have a read of this thread, this has no application for those of us involved with teaching people with disabilities. It's an art installation!
    I'm not taking away anything from the ingenious of what she has done - but -it's not very helpful and the money that's been spent so far could have helped a large number of people.

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    Ingenious wheelchair

    Quote Originally Posted by Seastar View Post
    have a read of this thread, this has no application for those of us involved with teaching people with disabilities. It's an art installation!
    I'm not taking away anything from the ingenious of what she has done - but -it's not very helpful and the money that's been spent so far could have helped a large number of people.

    http://www.thediveforum.com/disabled...ir-diving.html
    My thoughts exactly.

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