Redefining Rehab: A Closer Look at Invacare’s TDX SP2 Power Wheelchair
This isn’t the TDX SP power chair you remember! Invacare’s new TDX SP2 power wheelchair is redefining what a rehab power chair can achieve in efficiency, intuitive use and functional success for end users.
Join Julie Jackson and Mike Babinec to learn about enhancements over the original TDX SP platform, starting with its trusted core technologies. See how the LiNX next generation of electronics makes it easier than ever to perform live, wireless programming and diagnostics and to efficiently swap out different driving controls. Discover how live diagnostic abilities and multiple programming options can optimize clinic time, and how a new touchscreen display puts consumers in control. Then explore the consumer/provider MyLiNX app that includes a provider portal for remote visibility of key diagnostic information.
What You’ll Learn:
- Distinguish features of the TDX SP2 power wheelchair from the original TDX SP base.
- Understand LiNX Technology standard and alternative drive control options and potential clinical applications for each.
- Describe how live and wireless programming can improve efficiencies for ATPs and end users.
- List LiNX connectivity options for different end-user scenarios.
- Define features and benefits of the LiNX touchscreen display and the MyLiNX app.
- Understand the range of complex seating and mobility clients who could benefit from the functions and capabilities of the TDX SP2 power wheelchair.
About Our Speakers
Julie Jackson is the director of Rehab Channel Marketing at Invacare Corp. Julie's career with Invacare spans 13 years and has encompassed several roles within marketing, product development and business development. Julie's most recent product launch is the TDX SP2. Julie holds her bachelor's degree from Baldwin-Wallace University and MBA from Cleveland State University.
Michael Babinec, OTR/L, ABDA, ATP, is a licensed occupational therapist with 39 years of experience in rehabilitation, seating and mobility. Currently, he is Invacare’s manager of clinical education; previous responsibilities include global product manager for power wheelchair electronics. He is a RESNA-certified ATP and Senior Disability Analyst/Diplomate on the American Board of Disability Analysts. He has lectured extensively at regional, national and international workshops, conferences and symposiums on seating and positioning, custom seating, power and manual mobility, clinical applications and reimbursement Issues.
The Webcast concludes with a 15-minute live Q&A session.
All registrants will have access to the live event and an on-demand recording of the presentation. If registrants want to watch the presentation again or have a scheduling conflict, they can register and access the on-demand version of this Webcast, which will be available Oct 11, 2017.