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LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION: Power Wheelchair Positioning Options

Power Wheelchair Manufacturers Are Offering More Positioning Options than Ever Before

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Defining Ultralights

What the K0005 code is and why it's the best answer for many complex clients

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Early-Intervention Priorities

Where Should Seating & Mobility Goals Start for the Youngest of Clients?

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Alternative Driving Controls & ALS Clients

Driving Controls & Equipment That Can Adapt to Changing Needs

What are the major considerations when planning for an ALS client's future driving abilities?

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Stability at the Core

Why Stabilizing the Midsection Can Improve Mobility & Function

What role does core stability play in optimizing power or manual wheelchair users' function?

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The Complexity of E1161

The manual adult tilt wheelchair code seems simple. It's anything but.

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Early Intervention & Spina Bifida

How Seating, Positioning & Power Mobility for Infants Can Prevent Developmental Delays

Lessening the impact of developmental delays for growing kids.

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Fighting Fatigue

Why Wheelchair Users Get Tired & How Optimizing CRT Can Help

Fatigue impacts wheelchair users' functionality and quality of life. Optimizing their positioning can help to reduce the fatigue they feel.



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Before Cities Become Smart, They Must Become Accessible

While Smart Cities Hold Promise, They Also Risk Erecting More Accessibility Barriers

Will tomorrow's cities be more accessible than today's?

RESNA Seeks Board of Directors Candidates

Nominations wanted for three board positions.

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Standing Connections

Standing Technology Continues to Evolve, But Future Funding Support Might Occur for a Surprising Reason

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Optimal Interventions for Stroke

Clients with CVA Are Often Older. Does Age Impact Their Options?

How tilt and other options can support more functional outcomes.

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The GMFCS Level V Child

When Independent Mobility Isn't Likely, Optimal Positioning Is Imperative

Goals and positioning considerations for the child who is not expected to be independently mobile.

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The Adjustable Cushion Code Quandary

Products Within a Code Don't Always Aptly Compare

What makes a wheelchair seat cushion "adjustable," and what's the impact to funding and access when a HCPCS code is too inclusive?

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Microclimate & Temperature

Why the Interface Between Clients & Their Seating Is So Crucial

The interface between the wheelchair seating system and its user is crucial to sitting tolerance and overall independence.

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Measuring a Power Chair

How Turning Radius, Seat-to-Floor Height & Other Measurements Impact the User Experience

How numbers such as seat-to-floor height and turning radius impact maneuverability and efficiency for power wheelchair users.

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Setting Up For Success

Self-propelling for clients with quadriplegia is all in the details.

Spinal cord injury clients with quadriplegia can be successful self-propellers, but seating and mobility details are critical.

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The Measure of a Child

Pediatric Anthropometrics & Their Impact on Wheelchair Design

How understanding pediatric anthropometrics can help to create child- and family-centered seating and mobility systems.

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