I'm a hemorrhaged brain aneurysm survivor. We just discovered we are going to have a baby. I was hoping for any advice, devices, etc, that may be out here.
ThanksHow to change a diaper with one hand (disabled person)?
the trick is to occupy baby, when they are little you can do it one handed , one side then the other, when they are older its a little harder for a two handed person, but i imagine you will cope perfectly well. Occupy the baby with a toy or som,ething so he/she arent trying to roll away or wriggle. I think it would be interesting for you, but certainly not impossible. You could use a foot to help the other side...that sounds odd, but i saw a woman on tv who has no arms at all and does everything with her feet, cooking, looking after kids and driving...so i think you'll be fine...congratulations!How to change a diaper with one hand (disabled person)?
You should be able to find some sort of specialized changing station. Maybe not necessary though cause it ain't that hard