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How To: Transfer from Floor to Chair
Mary Allison discusses why no one should feel "wheelchair bound" in the next video of her series on maneuvering in a wheelchair. She leads viewers step by step through how to transfer from a wheelchair to the floor and back again.
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- This resource is part of a series of videos on developing greater accessibility and independence in a wheelchair (note: at minute 9:35, you'll find links to previous videos in the series)
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