Double Amputee Mom With Twins

published 2 weeks ago by Dr. Frederick B. Covington

Here is another opportunity for occupational therapy discussion. Specifically this revolves around when client does not need occupational therapy and the adaptations that they have made in their lives allows them to function independently and happily. Summary: A SUPER-MOM happily dotes on her loving husband and cares for her baby twins - whilst being a double amputee. Neo Keitumetse originally from Botswana, was born with a congenital defect in her legs which meant she had to get them amputated as a child. The 29-year-old told BTV is now happily married with twin boys.

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