upsee

upsee

(ˈʌpsɪ)
n
obsolete a drunken festivity
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Last year Hope managed to put one foot in front of the other and feel what it is like to walk for the first time with the help of a device called an Upsee.
Last year little Hope managed to put one foot in front of the other and feel what it is like to walk for the first time with the help of a device called an Upsee.
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Maura will take the Upsee - a child's harness which attaches to a person's belt and specially-engineered sandals - to Salou i Spain this summer so Jack can play with his family in the sun.
Jack also uses a walking and stranding frame but Maura said the Upsee will help her son to build up his muscle strength.
James Leckey's firm worked with Debby Elnatan, who wanted to see her disabled son stand upright, to produce the Upsee for the global market.
And it was giggles all round when Hope used the Upsee for the first time - a device which allows her body and feet to be strapped to mum Michelle, allowing Hope to 'walk'.
And this Upsee will give her the chance to experience walking before she does it by herself.
Hope's dream came true after her mum and dad, Graham Stoker, 51, applied to Gosforth-based Smile For Life Children's Charity for the Upsee device.
Michelle added: "This Upsee gives her the chance to build up strength and hopefully we will see her kick a ball one day.
They love her to bits and this Upsee gives her the chance to build up strength and hopefully we will see her kick a ball one day.
Hope Watson trying out the Upsee, with grateful mum Michelle