Every young person has the opportunity to experience appropriate forms of powered mobility. The award winning Chailey Heritage Foundation engineering team have developed a range of advanced assistive technologies to develop driving skills and allow progression; these include:
Mobility & Engineering
We are incredibly fortunate to have one of the best Research and Development Electronic Engineers, Dr Martin Langner. He has developed innovative and revolutionary technology and equipment to enable the children (some with complex disabilities) to interact with their environment, provide them with new control opportunities, as well as being able to get around independently.
Rehabilitation Engineering Services (RES)
The RES team at Chailey Heritage Clinical Services consists of qualified engineers, technicians and clinical scientists. They adapt, modify and problem solve issues with equipment, ‘mount’ equipment for optimal use by the child, carry out on-site repairs and design and manufacture bespoke equipment. They undertake equipment reviews and provide advice on safety in the use of equipment. Having the breadth of this service in a school setting is unique to Chailey Heritage Foundation.
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