Serving the Seating & Wheeled Mobility Professional
The week of Aug. 15 is dedicated to educating policy makers and the public about the benefits of access to Complex Rehab Technology.
The July 27 meeting also celebrated the Registry's 30th anniversary.
New manual chair features posterior and anterior tilt as well as recline.
Send in your nominations through Aug. 19.
The former Senate Majority Leader and the CEO of National Seating & Mobility discussed a wide range of CRT issues.
New podcast discusses streamlining the CRT/DME justification process.
One-day events are free to attendees and feature educational sessions.
The former Senate Majority Leader asked about Complex Rehab Technology issues and the industry's future.
Newest acquisition gives Rehab Medical coverage throughout the state.
Advocacy organization also announces newly elected officers.
Virtual event will include awards presentations, videos, and surprises.
New National Seating & Mobility branch has opened in Ontario.
Participants will receive a copy of the survey results, which will be used in advocacy efforts.
Paper focuses on the medical and functional benefits that seat elevation can provide.
New coalition will focus on improving repair issues at the federal as well as state levels.
Next year's International Seating Symposium takes place in person in Pittsburgh.
The announcement details the timing of the management transition.
The cabin will be available to consumers, service animals, airport professionals and airline personnel.
Accessible road trips, lodging, and attractions are included in the new volume.
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