Serving the Seating & Wheeled Mobility Professional
CRT industry veteran will manage RGK sales in North America.
While biases toward some other groups are fading, disability bias isn't budging.
VGM's original investor and longtime General Counsel retired on Jan. 31.
Researchers taught goldfish to operate a power mobility device. Yes, really.
Reliable Medical's CEO was chosen from a field of 64 nominees.
Seating and wheeled mobility conference begins at the end of January.
Latest Mobility Management podcast offers insight into the University of Pittsburgh's ISS decision.
Past virtual conferences have gotten good feedback, RESNA says.
New BRAVE program will bring sports and recreation opportunities to veterans in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut.
2022 will include weekly remembrances of the organization's activities, goals, and achievements.
In extraordinary times, Reliable Medical’s CEO Katie Stevens sees opportunities to care for both clients and employees
Reliable Medical's CEO Katie Stevens on the pandemic, expansions plans, and lessons learned.
Medicare funding cuts are scheduled to go into effect next year.
New app makes pressure injury guidelines easily transportable.
Research project is examining many current factors, including policy, funding, and wheelchair provision.
Position paper addresses the future of telehealth option for seating and mobility OTs and PTs working with Medicare beneficiaries.
CRT manufacturer lays out priorities that would benefit all stakeholders.
University of Pittsburgh survey is part of a Disability and Rehabilitation Research Project.
University of South Australia will examine how the sport can impact mobility and mental health.
Researchers say this new non-invasive test for spinal muscular atrophy could be performed in everyday locations.
First focus group is targeting Medicare's controversial "in the home" coverage rule.
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