Friday, April 4, 2014
Adapted drive controls make driving possible for Utah woman
Driving is part of many people's everyday lives, and is part of what makes us independent.
This need was no different for Monique, 30, who has Epidermolysis Bullosa, meaning her fingers are fused.
Monique received a small grant from the Utah Assistive Technology Foundation to purchase an adapted driving control device for her car. The spinner knob was put on the car by the Utah Center for Assistive Technology.
Watch the video to see how it is working for Monique!