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We are committed to delivering our essential services as safely as possible. We will continue to ensure the safety of the people we serve, their occupational therapists, carers, and the Remap volunteers who design, make and install specialist equipment. We will continue to monitor Government and NHS guidance regarding social distancing and Personal Protective Equipment and we will undertake sufficient risk assessments.

We are still here, able to provide help, and we will continue to take special measures to do so.

Paul Coulson

Posted 21 April 2017 in News

Friends have been paying tribute to Paul Coulson, a volunteer with Remap Leicestershire & Rutland who died in March. Since joining Remap in December 2014, Paul helped changed the lives of many disabled people as he modified and adapted equipment or built new items to help them enjoy daily life. Cases included modifying a PlayStation controller for someone with weak hands, converting a Zimmer frame for one-handed use and enabling someone with dystonia to move her baby around the home on a special moving platform.

Paul’s diverse interests included playing bass guitar in a local blues/rock band and supporting Leicester City Football Club.  His co-supporters have set up a JustGiving page in his memory.

One response to “Paul Coulson”

  1. roy palmer says:

    I keep counting my blessing. I was disabled by an aneurysm that triggered a near fatal stroke in 2008 leaving me paralysed down left hand side and a sometimes wheelchair user. whe I see some of the fantastic things people much worse off than me do I’m humbled. and now I’ve found remap, it gets better. god bless all our members. kind regards roy

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