This course interactively explores the science and technology of a manual wheelchair as well as provide clinically relevant concepts to anyone involved in the assessment and prescription of both independent and dependent manual wheelchair technology.
“My patient needs a wheelchair! What do I do now? Who do I call??” Sound familiar? Then this is THE class for YOU! Our half day, interactive seminar is designed to address the key clinical considerations that take place when prescribing....
Design, Materials, and Configurations of an Adult Manual Wheelchair (2 Hours)
Exploring Pediatric Mobility Equipment (2 Hours)
This interactive and engaging educational program will provide attendees with the baseline knowledge needed for recommending equipment for pediatric clients.
An overview how seating, positioning, and mobility impact overall development, the assessment process, equipment options, justification for equipment choices, and recommendations for documentation to assist with successful funding.
An introduction to power mobility and specialty controls for the pediatric client. (2 Hour Seminar)
This course encourages attendees to develop clinical strategies for power mobility solutions through the use of programming, equipment modifications, positioning, and specialty controls.
This course will provide participants the opportunity to investigate and understand current power mobility options consisting of the mobility base, seating systems, dynamic seating options, and electronics.
Have you ever worked with a client that you know has the cognitive skills to drive a power wheelchair system, but not known how to make it happen? This engaging seminar will provide participants with the opportunity to develop clinical strategies for
Topics that will be addressed in this seminar include the assessment process, seating options, importance of drive wheel position, access, importance of programming, and clinical applications for power mobility.
This seminar provides valuable information to participants with all levels of experience involved in the assessment, prescription and reimbursement processes of seating and positioning, with emphasis on translating clinical assessment findings into
This interactive, full day course will cover all the components that make up a custom configured seating system. Hands on activities will provide participants with real life situations. Evaluation, documentation, and funding will also be discussed.
This comprehensive program is designed to provide applicable concepts to anyone involved in the assessment as well as the prescription of seating and positioning technology.
Opportunity to work with various materials to build a cushion based on the clinical and technological concepts discussed. (2 Hour Seminar)
This course covers the programming and operation of power wheel chairs, including the base components, seating, motors, suspension, and battery access.
This seminar will provide participants with an introduction to the technical details of power wheelchairs, including the wheelchair base, motors, batteries, suspension, seating, wiring, programming, and basic troubleshooting.
This course will examine the technical details of power wheelchairs using Sunrise Medical Power Wheelchair(s). The course curriculum includes reviewing the power wheelchair base and all components associated with motors, batteries, and wiring.