Serving the Seating & Wheeled Mobility Professional
New Rogue comes a decade after the ultralightweight chair first launched.
The new collaboration comes a year after the two manufacturers first announced their partnership.
The episode welcomes new Executive Director Wayne Grau.
Research project focuses on how caregivers transfer people with disabilities.
Winner was named at the Canadian Seating & Mobility Conference in Toronto.
Stakeholders can win a Broda chair for themselves or their community.
Satirical publication focuses on living with a disability.
The new program has awarded a 12-month project grant.
Three surgeries have been completed so far.
Marquette University study uses a dynamic treadmill system to test gait.
Long-time disability rights activist is honored at Permobil Foundation fundraiser.
New device is designed to help caregivers and attendants.
What will truly motivate airlines to protect medically necessary seating and mobility equipment?
CMS has also announced a next-steps timeline, NCART says.
The winner will be announced at the Canadian Seating & Mobility Conference later this month.
The Northeastern U.S. office gives the online DME/mobility/accessibility giant a brick-and-mortar home.
NSM's Bill Mixon and Charles Sargeant discuss the need for funding flexibility and changes to service policies for CRT.
Positioning manufacturer adds team members in sales and marketing.
New partnership involves seat elevation for people living with ALS.
Letter asks CMS to support seat elevation funding and to prioritize consideration for funding of power standing.
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