Wheelchair Exercises Topsy and Tim


Wheelchair Exercises

Live-action children's show. Topsy and Tim decorate a surprise get-well gift for Mr Rosen, which he can use when he exercises at home.


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# This is our street

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# It's where we live

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# We love to play together...

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# Just like you

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# Just like us

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# And we'll be friends forever

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# We can be anything if we close our eyes and dream

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# We can play day after day

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# And the fun will never end

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# This is our street

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# It's where we live

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# So let's all play together

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# Be best friends forever. #

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-Hello!

-Hello!

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BOTH: It's us!

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-Topsy...

-..and Tim.

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Mr Rosen is coming - come on.

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DOORBELL RINGS

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-He's here.

-You two finish your lunch.

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-I'll go and answer the door.

-OK.

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We love it when our friend Mr Rosen comes round.

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He always has good ideas of things to do.

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I've finished. Hello, Mr Rosen.

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-Hello, Topsy and Tim.

-What's that?

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-Oh, well, it's a wheelchair, isn't it?

-Hi, Mr Rosen.

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I need it to help me get around. Hello, Tim.

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-Do your legs hurt, Mr Rosen?

-Yes. A bit.

-Mr Rosen had a fall.

-I did.

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And I had to go to hospital, but don't you worry -

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I'll be up and about walking very soon.

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And there's lots of fun we can have while I'm in a wheelchair.

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-Do you have a ball?

-Oh, yes, I'll get it.

-Topsy, give me a push.

-Yes.

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-Over here. That's good.

-This is fun.

-Whoa!

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-Is it like a rollercoaster on there?

-This way.

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Mr Rosen, would you like a cup of tea?

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Oh, lovely, thank you.

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Oh, very good, Topsy.

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Tim, perfect. That's just right for my special exercises.

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Special exercises?

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Special exercises.

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The doctors told me I had to do exercises to stay strong

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and get fit again.

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Now we can go back into the living room. Bring the ball, Tim.

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-To the right, Topsy. Straight ahead.

-This is a tight space.

-All right.

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Left. Whoa!

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That's wonderful.

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Here we go. Whoa, that's enough.

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Thank you very much. Brilliant.

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-Oh, now, give me the ball, Tim.

-Here you go, Mr Rosen.

-Thank you.

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If I do this with the ball, right -

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up and down again,

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up and down again - it keeps my arms strong.

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-Here's your tea, Mr Rosen. I'll pop it up here.

-Thank you, Joy.

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Now, Topsy, your turn to try my special exercises.

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Up, down.

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Up, down. Up, down.

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-Tim's next.

-Catch.

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Up, down.

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Up, down. Up, down.

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Do you have any more special exercises, Mr Rosen?

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Well, there's the touchy finger exercise.

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The touchy finger exercise? What's that?

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It's to make my fingers strong so they can do things,

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like hold a cup of tea.

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You see, you touch your fingers to your thumb one at a time.

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One, two,

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three, four.

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One, two, three, four.

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Yes, one, two, three, four.

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-BOTH: One, two, three, four.

-Great work.

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You'll have strong fingers too.

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Oh, there's one more important exercise. This one's for my legs.

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I'll need a bucket and...

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Oh, some of those building blocks.

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-I'll get the building blocks.

-I'll get the bucket.

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-Is one box OK, Mr Rosen?

-That'll be fine, Topsy. Thank you.

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Here.

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-Here he is. Well done, Tim. Now, can you hang it on my foot, please?

-Yes.

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-Perfect.

-Are these OK?

-Yes, those are OK.

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-Drop a couple in the bucket, please, Topsy.

-OK.

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That's it. And put the bucket back.

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Great, perfect.

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Now, then, that's enough, that's fine.

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-Are you ready?

-Yes.

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Up. Down.

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Up. Down.

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-It's good for my legs, you see.

-Good work.

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Do you think Little Moon Bunny

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will be able to have a ride in the bucket as well?

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-Why not? All aboard.

-We'll get him.

-We'll get him.

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'My name is Teddy.'

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Here we are, Mr Rosen.

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Mr Rosen...?

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-He's asleep.

-Mummy.

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Oh, sh! Don't wake Mr Rosen up, Topsy and Tim.

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-He was playing special exercises.

-I know, but just let him rest.

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He must be a bit tired.

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He's still not very well, you know, and maybe if he has a little sleep,

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he'll be able to play with you a bit more later.

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-Out we go.

-But we were having fun.

-Yes.

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I know, but let him rest and you can play later.

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I want to make Mr Rosen a get-well card.

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-No, Topsy, we can make him a get-well bucket.

-Oh, yeah!

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-A get-well bucket?

-Yes, and stick things on it and decorate it.

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Oh, yes, great idea, Tim!

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I'll get my make-and-do...

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my make-and-do box out.

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A special bucket.

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'It takes a long time for us to get

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'Mr Rosen's exercise bucket just right.

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'We draw pictures of him and stick them onto it.'

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Hooray, Mr Rosen!

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Look, Mummy.

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I put a butterfly on the handle.

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All the colours!

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-It looks cool.

-Yeah!

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Can I see?

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Oh, that is lovely, Topsy and Tim.

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Hello.

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-Oh, hello, Mr Rosen.

-I'm so sorry, did I go to sleep?

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-It's all right, Mr Rosen.

-What have you got there?

-Well...

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Oh, what's that?

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It is an exercise bucket.

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It's a special one that we've decorated.

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-It's for you, Mr Rosen. It's a get-well bucket.

-Thank you.

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It's beautiful!

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And useful.

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I'm going to use it every day

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to do my exercises

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and think of you two, Topsy and Tim.

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I hope your legs get better soon, Mr Rosen.

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Well, Tim, it does take a bit longer to get well again

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now that I'm older.

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'And that's what Mr Rosen said.

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BOTH: ' "I want to be out of this wheelchair

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' "by the time you two start school.' "

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I want to be out of this wheelchair by the time you two start school,

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Topsy and Tim. And do you know why?

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-BOTH: No.

-Well, I can stand at my window

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and see the children walk to school over the footbridge.

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And I'll be able to watch and wave to you both

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from my window every day...

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when my legs are better.

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And we'll wave to you every day

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from the footbridge on the way to school.

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-We promise, we really, really, promise.

-And I promise too.

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That will be something really nice for me to look forward to.

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Now, let's use my new get-well bucket

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-and start some more exercises, right?

-Yes!

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BOTH: ' "And that," said Mr Rosen, "was that." '

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Hello.

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Are you good at remembering?

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Can you remember what happened to us today?

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This is our Topsy and Tim memory game. Let's play.

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Today, our friend Mr Rosen came round in his wheelchair.

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Can you remember what we made for him?

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Was it a get-well bucket?

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Or a get-well card?

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The answer is behind the jigsaw piece.

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Look, the answer is a get-well bucket.

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Watch this.

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-A get-well bucket?

-Yes, we can stick things on it and decorate it.

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Oh, yes, great idea, Tim!

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I need to get my make-and-do box out.

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A special bucket.

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I know.

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'It takes a long time for us

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'to get Mr Rosen's exercise bucket just right.

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'We draw pictures of him and stick them onto it.'

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Hooray, Mr Rosen.

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Look what I made.

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I put a butterfly on the handle.

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'Great game!'

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-That was good fun.

-See you soon.

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# We can play

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# Day after day

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# And the fun will never end

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# So let's all play together

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# Be best friends for ever. #

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Topsy and Tim help their friend Mr Rosen do his wheelchair exercises. During his afternoon nap, the twins decorate a surprise get-well gift for Mr Rosen, which he can use when he exercises at home.


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