One of the most common questions people ask me is how to increase their knowledge in the area of Seating and Wheeled Mobility. The answer, in part, depends on your learning style and preferences.
Explore how dynamic seating, movement within a wheelchair, has evolved over the past 150 years.
Our most-read blog is one that defines Dynamic Seating. That initial blog was posted about 4 years ago, so we wanted to revisit this foundational topic.
Dynamic components can be used individually, however combining these components can often maximize the impact Dynamic Seating can make and better meet the client’s needs.
Dynamic seating provides movement within the seating system and/or mobility base. Dynamic seating systems are either integrated or modular.
One of our past blogs, posted September 14th of 2016, explained the difference between Integrated and Modular Dynamic Seating. When boiled down to the basics, the difference between the two options.
In this blog, we will highlight the advantages of Modular Dynamic components. Modular components can be retrofitted to a new or existing mobility base and used individually or in combination with one another.
Modular components can be retrofitted to a mobility base and used individually or in combination with one another. Let’s take a look at Spencer’s transition from an Integrated system to Modular components.