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Aging with Cerebral Palsy

CP Isn't Progressive, but Presentations Change As Time Goes On

Cerebral palsy presentations evolve as clients grow older.

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Power Move: Rethinking the Many Proactive Possibilities for Power Assist

Power assist is no longer just a reactive choice.

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It's Not Always the Cushion

When Pressure Injuries Occur, Seat Cushions Are Often Blamed. But Truly, It's Complicated

Wheelchair seat cushions are often blamed when pressure injuries occur. But they're not always at fault.

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The Problem with Compliance

Understanding why clients & caregivers don't follow recommendations

What's the key to improving client adherence to seating and mobility recommendations?

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Finding Inspiration

Recent Innovations for Ultralightweight Wheelchairs Have Come from New Sources

What factors are most critical to ultralightweight wheelchairs?

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Aging with Down Syndrome

Identifying Potential Needs for Seating & Positioning Support

"Accelerated aging" risks can require seating, positioning and mobility support.

Using the PHAATE Model to Understand Changing Needs

People's needs for positioning and mobility support change over time. The PHAATE model can help with assessment.

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Invisible Injuries: The Impact of Brain Injuries in Children Is Complicated

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Positioning Priorities

When seating must achieve so many goals, how do you choose what's most important?

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Take Me to School: CRT Educational Resources

CRT educational resources on demand for clinicians and providers.



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The Technique of the Transfer

You’ve created a great seating system. Now your client needs to get out.

Right from the Start

Positioning impacts children's physical, cognitive and social development.

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Kyphosis: Correct or Accommodate?

Kyphosis Is a Common Postural Problem for Wheelchair Users, But Seating Approaches Vary from Client to Client

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The Land of the Quarter-Inch

Clients with Duchenne md often resist change. Here's how to introduce successful drive control options.

The location of the power chair driving controls can be a key to success.

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The First Ultralight

So many new wheelchair users "hate" their first K0005. Can that be avoided?

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Striking the Right Balance

Lifestyle, extremity function and prosthetic use are crucial in determining a limb loss client's needs. How do you address them all?

Seating for Hypotonia

Pediatric considerations for children with low tone

Factors to Consider When Seating Kids with Low Muscle Tone

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Creating a Great ATP

What Qualities & Experiences Are Most Important to Seating & Wheeled Mobility Success?

Survey respondents discuss the skills and experiences needed to be successful.

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Hello, Tomorrow!

Robotics have the potential to impact CRT in a big way. How are startups and researchers tackling the complicated landscape?

When CRT and robotics converge.

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A Key to Better Outcomes?

Why to invite adaptive automotive specialists to your wheelchair assessments.

Rethinking CRT Provision & Repair Timelines