From University of Washington-Rehabilitation Medicine, Northwest Regional Spinal Cord Injury System, Parenting, Nov. 6, 1996.

"Among the few benefits of her injury were painless labor and a quick delivery, but "since then it's been a constant learning process," Baker said. An early discovery was that most changing tables and cribs were not designed with disabled users in mind. Cribs tend to have foot controls for releasing the sides, and changing tables are too low to roll under. Baker and her husband finally found a more expensive crib that she could operate, and her husband built a changing table they both could use..."

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