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Detailing the Options: ZIPPIE Dependent Mobility Devices

Sunrise Medical has a long history of designing and manufacturing pediatric mobility devices, bringing expertise from across the globe into the portfolio of products designed for children. ZIPPIE has created mobility solutions to meet the variable needs of children who are both independent with wheeled mobility as well as those who are dependent on caregiver assistance. During this one-hour webinar, participants will receive an in-depth review of the ZIPPIE dependent mobility devices from the perspectives of veteran clinical educator Angie Kiger and ZIPPIE product manager Kelsey DiGiacomo. The content of this webinar is designed to help participants select which ZIPPIE dependent mobility products and options will meet the unique clinical and functional needs of their pediatric clients.

Presented by Angie Kiger, M.Ed., CTRS, ATP/SMS & Kelsey DiGiacomo, Product Manager

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