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My Adapted Life: I get 'me' time thanks to my assistance dog

by Kate Ansell

24th March 2011

In a new video series for March, we meet three disabled people who have enhanced their lives by using various adaptations.

This week: Lorna Marsh has a canine partner called Ely who gives her independence and enables her to spend precious time away from human personal assistants.

She's a very busy person so appreciates that time to herself. Watch the film:

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Produced and directed by Kate Ansell for BBC Ouch!

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