Inglis Foundation CN8 Interview Drink-Aide device.





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Published on Feb 22, 2010

CN8 Philadelphia- Story on local nursing home with 297 beds center Inglis House in Philadelphia, PA. The Drink-Aide Device - is a Hand-Free drink device that was created by nurse Linda Roseman for paraplegia individuals to gain there independence to go to work and go places while continuing the ability to stay hydrated without relying on someone to give them water. This simple activity as getting a cool beverage is something that is taken for granted those that can, but the invention of Drink-Aide device made it possible for those that needed it most possible. Drink-Aide is completely supported by the residents and staff of Inglis House.

Drink -Aide is Patent by Inglis House - July 4, 1990 (Independence Day)

Barry Bussel - Vocation Rehab Director
Eliot Spindel - Webmaster and Resident of Inglis House

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