Positioning 24/7

How Assistive Technology & DME Can Also Help Clients at Night

Proper positioning at night can enable safer, more comfortable and restorative sleep. Here's how assistive technology can help.

Tone: Striking a Balance to Maximize Function

Managing tone can be a real balancing act. Too much tone can break equipment, cause poor positioning, and reduce client functionality. Too little tone can reduce seated stability and client function. Rehab professionals might therefore feel as if they spend most of their time trying to increase, reduce or fight tone.

Clinically Speaking: Pediatric Seating & the S-Word: Part 2

Last issue, Ginny Paleg dared to say the “s” word: Strollers. This month, she concludes with a list of strollers, along with her personal stroller-related wish list.

Independent Power Mobility at 6 Months: Part 2

How independent mobility impacts infant development.

Funding Case Study

Ops Management: Sowing the Seeds of Leads

WC19 as a Team Approach

Q & A: Aiming for a Cumulative Effect

Bariatric Bed Basics

The Risks of SCI

All Bariatric Patients Were not created Equal

The Internet and HME

Seating Benefits Podcast with Ride Designs