Seating & Positioning


Tilt & Recline

ATP Series

Justify It! Tilt & Recline

Having Both Functions on the Same Wheelchair Can Yield Clinical Benefits -- But Opposition from Payors

Clients can benefit when these positioning systems are used together on the same chair. But payors are not always eager to fund them. Here's how to change their minds.

ATP Series

Tilt & Recline: One Client's (& ATP's) Story

Standing Frames & Wheelchairs

ATP Series

Justify It: Standing Frames & Wheelchairs

Research supports the many possible benefits of standing for wheelchair users. The next challenge: To get funding sources to buy in.

RESNA Updates Standing Chairs Paper

RESNA releases an updated standing wheelchairs position paper.

RESNA Releases Position Papers on Wheelchair Standing & Postural Supports

New papers feature an update on the benefits of standing, and a distinction between positioning components and restraints.

Tilt

Seating & Positioning Series

Tilt by the Numbers

Combining Best Practices with Best Strategies to Create Real-Life Pressure Relief



Tomorrow's Power Chairs

Funding Update: Power Seat Elevation

Lower-Extremity Positioning

ATP Series

Getting Under Foot

How Lower-Extremity Positioning Can Impact More Than Just Legs & Feet

Identifying lower-extremity positioning challenges and solutions can give wheelchair users the best mobility experiences possible.

Shoes

A Mile in Their Shoes

ATP Series

A Funding Headache

Head Positioning

ATP Series

Using Your Head

Determining the Cause of Poor Head Positioning Is Difficult...& Critical to Overall Seating Success

Poor head positioning can cause problems with a wheelchair user's visual field, speech, eating and other critical functions. But the reasons for poor head positioning can be complex -- as are the potential solutions.

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