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When Is the Right Time to Prescribe a Walking Frame?

When Is the Right Time to Prescribe a Walking Frame?

As a pediatric physiotherapist, one of the most frequent questions parents ask me is, "Is my child going to walk?" Naturally, it's up there as one of the most emotive topics. The dream of seeing their child take their first steps is something that all parents hope to witness. It's a highly emotive topic for us physiotherapists, too.

2/24/2022

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Who Needs Anterior Head Supports?

Who Needs Anterior Head Supports?

Head supports come in a range of shapes, sizes, and configurations. A well-designed head support provides comfort, stability, and alignment of the head and neck, enabling socialization and communication whilst keeping the airway safe for breathing and swallowing.

1/31/2022

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How to Select a Dependent Mobility Device: Reviewing Options

How to Select a Dependent Mobility Device: Reviewing Options

As babies grow into toddlers, preschoolers, children, and through adolescence, the decision between a dependent and independent mobility device for an individual with disabilities can become a bit more complex. In this post, we are going to take a closer look at the two categories of dependent mobility devices that can fall under the umbrella of complex rehab technology (CRT): adaptive strollers and manual wheelchairs.

12/22/2021

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How to Select a Dependent Mobility Device: Identifying Needs

How to Select a Dependent Mobility Device: Identifying Needs

Determining a suitable mobility solution prior to seeing the patient in person for the first time can be relatively cut-and-dry. However, determining manual versus power isn't as straightforward when the individual presents with diagnoses in addition to their orthopedic impairments.

11/30/2021

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Powering Epic Outdoor Adventures for People with Disabilities

Powering Epic Outdoor Adventures for People with Disabilities

For decades, engaging in leisure and recreational activities has been linked to a myriad of physical and mental health benefits for people of all ages, no matter their abilities or disabilities in peer-reviewed journals, medical publications, and the World Health Organization. With that said, it's not surprising many individuals with physical disabilities list being able to participate in a specific recreational activity as one of their primary goals related to seeking a wheeled mobility device.

11/5/2021

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