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Hi all,

We are struggling to get a Rifton Pacer Gait Trainer for Evie, our O.T has refused us but yet her physion said she is able enough to use it! We are currently looking into buying one ourself and wondered if anyone had a second hand one or knew a website in the uk that has one, all the ones i have looked at are in the US!

Evie will be 3 in November!
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Hi,
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They can make grants for this sort of thing and i urge you to contact them and im sure they could assist you
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i'd have thought it was the physio's call on a walker. We got one for el when she was about two and a half - admittedly, she's still not awfully keen, but seems odd that the OT won't clear it. It is a mobility aid not an 'activity of daily living' type piece of equipment.
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