Michelle L. Lange, OTR/L, ABDA, ATP/SMS This is the third blog in a series on transporting people in their wheelchair…
The wheelchair industry has guidelines to keep wheelchair users safe during transportation. How does Dynamic Seating fit into the equation? This series explores just that.
In the second blog in our series on Dynamic Seating for Wheelchairs and Transportation, we turn our attention to Dynamic Footrests on a wheelchair being transported.
The Dynamic Rocker Back Interface (DRBi) is a Dynamic Back that moves in response to client force. The elastomers in this Dynamic Back then return the client to an upright position. Some Dynamic Seating components “lock-out” or “latch” to temporarily render the component static. When should the DRBi be locked out?