Features


Asymmetry

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Asymmetry in Balance

Do you intervene? Accommodate? Or do both?

Asymmetrical postures are common challenges in seating and wheeled mobility. Is intervention or accommodation the better plan?

Immersion

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Immersion, Envelopment and Off-Loading

Understanding the differences and goals of these seating strategies.

Backrest

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Building a Better Backrest

Form, Functionality & the Future of Wheelchair Backs

Combining form and function to create the best back supports is part art, part science.

CRT Retail

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When CRT Goes Retail

For Some Products, the Retail Option Cuts Through Funding Red Tape

For some complex rehab technology products, cash-pay sales cut through funding red tape.

Best Picks

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Shining Stars

ATPs & Clinicians Share Their Best Picks for 2017

Our yearly Best Picks are here! Check out the seating, positioning and mobility products that ATPs and clinicians named as their favorites -- and hear why they made these choices.

alternative drive controls

Alternative Drive Controls

Should It Be Switches or Proportional Controls for Kids?

When it comes to alternative driving control choices for kids, what should the decision-making process be like?

spinal cord injury is complicated

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SCI: It's Complicated

For ATPs & Clinicians, There's Much More to Consider Than Paralysis

Complications from spinal cord injury can impact seating and mobility decisions — and can worsen if not addressed.

Wheelchair Seat Cushions Wear Out

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Showing Their Age

Why Wheelchair Seat Cushions Wear Out — And a Standards Update

Cushions are among the hardest-working components of a seating system. What factors accelerate their aging?



cervical spinal cord injuries

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Justify It: Power or Manual

Determining (& Justifying) the Better Mobility Choice

Lower-cervical spinal cord injuries can present a mobility crossroads: Is manual or power mobility better for a given client?

bathroom seating surface

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Optimal Seating on All Surfaces

Wheelchair seating and positioning gets most of the attention in clinical assessments, but your clients sit on a number of different surfaces every day. Are they seated optimally in all situations?

Evidence-Based Practices & Outcomes

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Evidence & Outcomes

Will Evidence-Based Practices & Outcomes Measures Drive Complex Rehab Success?

What role will evidence-based practices and outcomes measures play in the future success of complex rehab technology? ATPs speak out.

H.R. 3471

In the Driver's Seat

With the Veterans Mobility Safety Act Signed Into Law, What’s Next for the Automotive Adaptive Industry

Now that H.R. 3471 is officially law, what's down the road for the automotive adaptive industry? Plus: The future of autonomous vehicles.

Pressure Injuries

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Pressure Injuries: Do We Know What We Know?

How Current Research Is Shaping Future Risk Assessment

Researchers' evolving understanding of seated pressure and risk assessment could shape future complex rehab technology offerings.

Meter for optimizing ultralightweight wheelchairs

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Optimizing the Ultralight

They're Engineering Marvels, But Ultralightweight Chairs Can Still Enjoy an Aftermarket Performance Kick

Ultralightweight manual chairs are engineering marvels. But there are still additional ways to fine-tune (or customize) their performance.

astronaut in rocketship

Pediatric Series

Early Intervention Possibilities

Best Practice Ideas for Now & Where EI Goes from Here

Technology offers independent mobility to children at ever-younger ages. But obstacles to early intervention do persist.

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