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Briefly: RESNA’s ATP Certification Session; ADED’s New Peripheral Neuropathy Fact Sheet
Featuring the Rehabilitation Engineering & Assistive Technology Society of North America and the Association for Driver Rehabilitation Specialists.
RESNA to Host Certification Drop-In Session RESNA is inviting seating professionals who haven’t yet earned their ATP credentials to attend a Feb. 29 Certification Drop-In Webinar. The session, from 12 noon to 1 p.m. Eastern, will feature RESNA Membership and Operations Senior Associate Abby Sodie, who will field questions about RESNA certification programs. Webinar topics…
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United Spinal Announces Wheelchair Securement Project
The new SecureRide coalition is working on a new wheelchair securement standard.
United Spinal is working on a new wheelchair securement standard designed for “safer, more accessible, and seamless independent travel in the future.” In a Nov. 20 announcement, United Spinal launched the SecureRide coalition with the mission of “developing a wheelchair securement standard that can be applied to personal vehicles, rideshares, public transit, as well…
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Top Trends & Headlines for Complex Rehab Technology in 2024
Building on successes and addressing unfinished business.
With every new year come new possibilities, and 2024 seems especially full of promise for Complex Rehab Technology (CRT), which looks to build on a landmark Medicare funding win last year. Still, the year will bring challenges as well, and plenty of unfinished business. Funding for seat elevation gets underway In May 2023, the formal…