From seminars to sample letters of justification to blogs, take a look back at 2021 and see what Dynamic Seating resources our community found most helpful this past year.
Explore how dynamic seating, movement within a wheelchair, has evolved over the past 150 years.
Linds Rehabilitation Equipment Named Exclusive Australia Distributor of Seating Dynamics Wheelchair Components
Seating Dynamics announces the appointment of Linds Rehabilitation Equipment as our exclusive distributor for Australia effective 11/2021.
Resistance to force allows the dynamic seating component to return to its starting position. If it is too low or too high, the component will not work effectively.
Stefanie is the Clinical Educator at Motion, Inc. in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Prior this position, Stefanie was at Bloorview Children’s Hospital for many years.
Some of our most frequently asked questions have to do with Compatibility and Installation of the Dynamic Rocker Back interface (DRBi). Let’s take a look at the questions you have been asking and our answers.
Dynamic Seating is designed to provide movement; however, client movement may actually decrease after using Dynamic Seating for a while. Why?
Doug Cobbs, ATP, CRTS is Vice President of Healthcare Equipment, Inc. in Durham, North Carolina. Doug has been working closely with Seating Dynamics to address the needs of a client he works with, Carl. Doug graciously shared some of his time with me recently.
Are there instances when Dynamic Seating is NOT indicated for a client? A while back, a colleague of mine stated, “why wouldn’t we let a client move?” We are wired to move and seek out movement for a variety of reasons. Personally, I’m not a big fan of sitting still.
When ordering or receiving single or multi axis Dynamic Head Support Hardware, many people ask us “Where’s the Ball?” Most head supports (or headrests) use a ball between the head pad and the mounting hardware. Seating Dynamics does not. Why?