Serving the Seating & Wheeled Mobility Professional
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.
Canadian provider network chooses an industry operations veteran.
Newest podcast features NRRTS Executive Weesie Walker.
Starting next year, Medtrade events will be consolidated into one.
Bill would support home modifications made to improve accessibility.
New database examines availability of assistive technology, as well as government support for it.
New event series for healthcare professionals includes education and an expo hall.
New partnership gives U.S. Rehab members access to Braze's wheelchair sensor technology.
Software systems are designed to improve business efficiencies for CRT and DME suppliers.
National Pressure Injury Advisory Panel is looking to fund projects based on the organization's research priorities.
Assistive technology organization is seeking help in developing future educational opportunities.
Durable Medical Equipment Repair and Training Group has been chaired by U.S. Rehab's Greg Packer.
This updates the guideline released in November 2019.
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