Amy Morgan

10 Years: Perspectives from the Industry

Amy Morgan: Parents’ Eyes are Being Opened to the Possibilities

Duchenne Challenges

Duchenne Challenges

Swiftly Progressive, This Form of MD Tests an ATP's Foresight & Planning

Poll: Americans Like Medicaid As Is

Sixty percent of respondents say they prefer the current way Medicaid is administered.

NSM Symposium Focuses on Strategies for the Future

Nashville event combines education, technology and networking to combat complex rehab industry challenges.

Pride Acquires Kids Up

Pediatric dynamic seating & mobility company will restart operations on June 6. Production will remain in Montana.

New Pediatric Web Site Offers Resources & Education

Marianjoy Medical Library hosts Information Connections site.

Users First Joins Forces with United Spinal

Ann Eubank becomes VP of community initiatives for United Spinal

More Bariatric Choices!

Survey Respondents on What New Products They’d Like to See

Big Technology for Little Fingers

Switch or Proportional

What Drives Them?

Switch or Proportional: Choosing What Works for Very Young Power Chair Users

Do very young power chair users find switches easier to understand? Or are proportional drive controls the better choice for children learning to operate power mobility?

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"I Prefer to Alter This Paradigm"

Karen Kangas, OTR/L, on Teaching Very Young Children to Operate PMDs

Karen Kangas, OTR/L, on creating the right environment for young children learning to operate power chairs.

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"Here Comes That Wall!"

Amy Morgan, PT, ATP, on Allowing Children to Interact in Three Dimensions

Amy Morgan, PT, ATP, on allowing children to interact in three dimensions when learning to operate power chairs.

Rolling Dynamics, Rolling Resistance &  Optimizing Wheeled Prosthetics